Are you tired of listening to a drip, drip, drip that never stops, or of having water spray out of your faucet at funny angles every time you turn it on? You don’t have to live with these sorts of issues.
In fact, leaking faucets can be more than just annoying. They’re also expensive. According to the USGS, a single faucet that drips 10 times a minute can waste over 350 gallons of water per year. That’s enough to fill 7 kiddie pools! You certainly don’t want to pay for that!
Most leaks get worse over time, so putting off fixing a faucet won’t make the problem go away. Instead, call us here at Gilmore. We’ll match you with a plumber who is perfect for your job and schedule a time for that person to visit that’s convenient for you.
When our plumbers come out, you can rest assured that they will take care of your leaky faucet. They will also care for your home, doing whatever it takes to protect your floors, furniture, and walls from water damage and dirt.
Your plumber will first listen to your experience and description of the problem. Then, they’ll examine your leaking faucet. When they’ve completed their examination, they will let you know what needs to be done to fix the problem. They’ll tell you what went wrong, what the fix entails, and how much it will cost you. You’ll have all of your options explained clearly and straightforwardly, and you’ll get all of the information you need to make an informed decision about how to proceed.
Once you choose to work with us to fix the problem, the plumber will perform the work as quickly as possible. He or she will work quickly and efficiently, because we value your time. The plumber won’t leave until you are satisfied with the work, either. We want you to be entirely happy with your Gilmore experience.
Fixing a leaky faucet is usually simple and straightforward, for a plumber. Give us a call and let us handle your leaks, so you don’t have to spend any more time stressing over them or money paying for the water they waste. At Gilmore, we’ll get it fixed to your satisfaction or come out and work on it again.