Kitchen & Bathroom Faucets

Faucet Replacement & Repair Services in Indiana & Michigan

Don't let a leaky faucet drain your wallet (and patience)!  A drip here, a drip there—it adds up to wasted water and higher utility bills. Worse yet, a hidden leak can lead to costly water damage.

At Home Comfort Experts, we understand the importance of functioning and stylish faucets. Our licensed and insured plumbers are your one-stop shop for faucet repairs and replacements. We can tackle nearly any faucet issue, from leaky cartridges to outdated models.

Are you looking to upgrade? We offer a wide selection of faucets to complement your kitchen or bathroom décor and promote water conservation.

We offer expert faucet repair and replacement services in Mishawaka (South Bend), Fort Wayne, Valparaiso, Indiana, and Niles, Michigan.

Signs Your Faucet Needs Repairs

Are you having problems with your faucet? Watch for these faucet repair signs:

  • Faucet Dripping: Dripping is a sign of a worn washer or other component in the faucet. It’s generally a straightforward fix that even some DIYers can handle. If it needs parts that are not easily obtained in your area, call a plumber. 
  • Rusty Water: If you see specks of rust or rusty-colored water when you turn on your faucet, and it’s the only faucet with this problem, it may be that it’s is too old and needs to be replaced. 
  • Squeaky Handle: If your handle is excessively squeaky when you move it, the internal components may need some grease. 
  • Strange Sounds: If you hear weird sounds when using the faucet, there is a problem. A high-pitched, long note may indicate an old and dry washer. A low percussion or clanking sound may indicate a crack in the faucet. 
  • Spitting: Does the water spit when you turn on the faucet? Your aerator is likely clogged with buildup and mineral deposits. It can usually be easily replaced by unscrewing it and replacing it with a new one. 
  • Leaking from the Base: If water is leaking from the base of your faucet, it means that an internal component needs to be replaced. It may be an o-ring, washer, or cartridge. 

If your faucet has any of these problems, it’s best to get it repaired sooner rather than later. Many faucet problems are relatively easy to fix, but if you don’t have the time or know-how to attempt these projects, turn to the expert plumbers at Home Comfort Experts! We’ll fix your faucet in a jiffy and have access to all the replacement parts needed to repair any faucet or plumbing fixture.

Faucet Repair Services

Don't let a leaky faucet drive you crazy! Home Comfort Experts offers comprehensive faucet repair services throughout Indiana and Michigan, including Mishawaka (South Bend), Fort Wayne, Valparaiso, and Niles. Our skilled plumbers can breathe new life into your faucets, whether they're modern models or have been trusty companions for years.

We tackle a wide range of faucet issues, from replacing worn out o-rings and washers to fixing faulty cartridges. No matter the problem, our extensive network of manufacturer contacts ensures we can find the exact replacement part to get your faucet functioning flawlessly again.

Our meticulous repair process continues beyond internal components. We'll also redo any damaged faucet caulking to ensure a watertight seal, eliminating the chances of water seeping into the faucet.

Faucet Replacement Services

Home Comfort Experts offers a huge selection of kitchen and bathroom faucets. We’re sure to have faucets that match your style and preferences. 

Here are some types of bathroom faucets we frequently install:

  • Centerset Faucet: As the most common type of faucet, the centerset features two handles and a spout mounted on a single base plate. 
  • Widespread Faucet: Similar to centerset faucets, the widespread faucet uses three separate holes for the spout and two handles instead of all being mounted on a single plate. This is ideal for larger vanities with double sinks. 
  • Single-Handle Faucet: This is a modern option with a single lever that controls both the hot and cold water temperature and flow. 
  • Wall-Mounted Faucet: With this faucet, the spout and handles are mounted directly to the wall. This is ideal for vessel sinks or situations with limited vanity deck space. 
  • Touchless Faucet: This faucet has a sensor that activates the water when it senses movement. This promotes a hands-free and hygienic washing experience. 

Kitchen faucets we frequently install:

  • Centerset Kitchen Faucet: Similar to the bathroom counterpart, the centerset kitchen faucet has two handles and a spout on a single base plate. 
  • Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet: This is the most popular kitchen faucet, with a single lever that controls both water temperature and flow. 
  • Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet: A pull-down faucet is a single-handle faucet with a spout that can be pulled down to be used as a sprayer for better reach and cleaning. 
  • Pot Filler Faucet: This faucet is mounted directly to the wall near your stove, so you don’t have to carry large pots of water from the sink to the stove. Simply fill your pot on the stove and start cooking!

We can install whatever kind of faucet you’d like. Schedule a consultation or faucet repair today for expert faucet repair and replacement services in Mishawaka (South Bend), Fort Wayne, Valparaiso, Indiana, and Niles, Michigan.

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