Sinks & Faucet Installation in Cincinnati

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Sink or Faucet Repair

When your kitchen sink or faucet is out of order, so are you. We understand. Our skilled plumbers can have you back in business in no time. Same goes for bathroom sinks, bathtub, shower, wet bar, laundry room, water shut-off valves or even an outdoor hose bib. They can fix it all quickly and efficiently. Don’t forget to use the coupon on this page to save $25 off any sink or faucet repair.

Sink or Faucet Installation

Are you ready for a new sink or faucet? Sinks and faucets wear out over time and also start to look outdated. Whether you want a new faucet or sink for practical or aesthetic purposes, our plumbers can make sure it’s installed correctly. From touchless faucets to hot water taps, there are a host of new plumbing products available for the kitchen. You can buy it yourself and have us install it, or we can order it for you and install it as soon as it arrives. If you’re updating a bathroom or have a broken faucet in the tub or shower, we can replace that too. Our professional plumbers provide you with more than a job done right. They provide peace of mind knowing that your new sink or faucet won’t leak or drip. Don’t forget to use the coupon on this page to save $50 off any sink or faucet installation.

Blanco Sinks Danze Faucets Antique copper
Corian Sinks Delta Faucets Chrome
Delta Sinks Gerber Faucets Distressed bronze
Gerber Sinks Grohe Faucets Distressed nickel
Granite Sinks Hans Grohe Faucets Oil rubbed bronze
Kohler Sinks Kohler Faucets Polished brass
Moen Sinks Moen Faucets Polished nickel
Solid Surface Sinks Satin black
Stainless Steel Sinks Satin nickel
Swanstone Sinks Stainless steel

Emergency Water Shutoff Directions

Faucets are mechanical objects with moving parts and sometimes they break. It happens. Occasionally they break badly and water starts spraying out in all directions. Don’t panic! Below the sink are two shut off valves – one for hot water and one for cold. Typically they have oval handles. Find the handles and turn them clockwise until the water stops pouring out of the faucet. Because they aren’t used often, these valves can get stuck. If this happens, get a pair of pliers and slowly turn the knob back and forth until the rubber seat inside loosens. Be gentle and don’t try to force it. Breaking off this valve could cause worse problems. If the handle spins freely, tighten the screw on the face of the handle and try again. Then, give us a call to come out and fix it.


Payment Options

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One Year Warranty on all Plumbing Repairs

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