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4 Pressing Signs You Need Faucet Replacement

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If you see visible mineral deposits around your faucet, that could be a clear sign that your faucet needs to be replaced.

Some telltale signs will indicate that your faucet needs to be replaced immediately. Being aware of what to look out for when it comes to knowing how your faucet is functioning and whether it needs to be replaced can save you a ton of time and money in the long run. Here are the key signs that you must pay attention to ensure your faucet is in proper working order for years to come.

Visible Mineral Deposits

If you see visible mineral deposits around your faucet, that could be a clear sign that your faucet needs to be replaced. In fact, over time, minerals will begin to settle and encompass your faucet when it’s not cleaned properly or regularly. As a result, properly maintaining your faucet is key to ensuring your faucet has a lengthy lifespan. The reality is, mineral deposits can even begin to develop inside your faucet. Do you see a mineral deposit on the outside of your faucet? If so, the damage is likely to be too far gone already, and you’ll need a replacement, stat. 

An Old, Worn-Out Faucet

After several years, faucets will begin to function poorly. It turns out that older faucets will need to be replaced to ensure they are effective and efficient. Most faucets will have a typical lifespan of about 15 years. But, looking at the manufacturers’ guide will help you understand just how much longer your faucet has before it needs to be replaced.

A Rusty Faucet

If rust has settled on your faucet, that definitely means a replacement is a must. If your faucet sticks, then it’s likely in need of a refresh — by being replaced with a brand-new one.

A Leaky Faucet

If your faucet continues to leak, no matter what you attempt to do to resolve it, then it’s probably time to replace it. In fact, faucets shouldn’t ever leak. If they do, there’s a problem afoot. 

Bottom Line

At the end of the day, knowing what to keep an eye on to ensure your faucet is in tip-top shape can make a world of difference in your home. In fact, there are some key signs to be aware of when it comes down to knowing when it’s finally time to replace your faucet. 

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