Wear and tear can be a big problem when it comes to a kitchen or bathroom faucet. You’ll find that the more you operate your faucet, the more likely it is that its mechanical makeup can suffer over time, and that it might start to leak.
Leaks generally set in over time. For a while you might just notice that only a few drops of water appear on the lower side of the faucet, as the water trickles through a small fissure or a worn out rubber or plastic gasket. Over time, the fissure can become larger, or the gasket can be more and more worn out. Eventually, you will simply have to call in a plumber to fix the problem or replace your faucet entirely.
As a homeowner, you might not know exactly what you need to do in every situation. That’s why it’s a good idea to call Denver plumbing to inspect the damage and see where the leak originates. If the leak is a result of a faulty gasket, then the gasket can simply be replaced, and your faucet will work properly again. However, if other mechanical parts are damaged or the faucet is too old, rusty and worn out, then you will most likely need to have it replaced with a new one.