admin. sink & faucet. September 08th , 2017.
▣ Most people opt for 6-inch deep sinks. However, they cannot hold much clutter and splash. Opting for a 9- or 10-inch sink, will provide plenty of space for convenient usage. Consider the size of your pots and pans that you regularly use. Also, very deep bowls go way below the countertop, this requires you to bend while using the sink. So, choose the depth that is comfortable to work in, and is not too deep from the countertop surface.
When you get home, the first thing you need to do is shut the water supply. Else, you'll have a whole lot of water flowing out when you remove the old faucet to fix the new one. The next step is to check for the panel at the rear, which will help you access the main faucet. Ideally, there should be a rear access panel in the wall, so as to avoid any major plumbing disasters. So, find it, and remove it.
Once you have access to the handle's retaining screw, remove it. This screw holds the handle on the faucet. Use a head screwdriver and twist it in an anticlockwise direction so that it comes off.
Learning to repair shower faucets is a job which requires patience and basic plumbing tools. But by performing faucet repair yourself, you will be able to save the charges you will incur by calling a plumber. Many times faucets start making noise or start leaking. If the inside parts of the faucet are completely corroded or worn out then you might need to replace them with new parts, which you can find in a hardware store. However, if they are just dirty, then you can clean them up and put them back in place for noisy or leaky shower faucet repair.
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