My Sink Faucet Doesn’t Work. What Happened?
Sometimes, a sink faucet will stop working unexpectedly. When this happens, most homeowners will be quite surprised to see that the well has run dry. Of course, there’s always a solution to the problem, but before any repairs can be made, the root of the problem must be discovered. If you’re not sure why your faucet stopped working, then here are a few possibilities:
Low Water Pressure
One of the most common reasons why water stops running from your faucet is due to low water pressure. In fact, it’s possible that there is a stray pipe in your home that’s having trouble providing water with the proper pressure.
Of course, if you’re not sure where to find the root of this pressure problem, then it’s best to give us a call and a member from our team will not only locate the source of the low pressure but also fix the problem at hand.
Another reason why your faucet may be nonfunctioning is that the fixture is old. Over time, it’s possible for a faucet (just like a showerhead) to have a series of massive mineral deposits. Furthermore, these deposits will then block the openings in your faucet and will cease the distribution of water.
Although the inside of your pipes can be cleaned by a skilled professional, it’s best to completely update your sink fixture to eliminate any potential problems that may be lingering down the road.
Are you Having Difficulties With your Sink?
If you’re having a series of trouble with your sink faucet, we can assist you at Parobek Plumbing, LLC. Our highly-skilled team members will inspect your plumbing, fix the problem and help prevent any future problems from occurring down the road. For customers in Bastrop County and the surrounding areas, call our thoughtful staff members at (512) 910-8123 to schedule your appointment!