Get those dripping faucets taken care of with our help.
Not only is a dripping faucet annoying, but it’s also hard on your wallet. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the average household has leaks that waste up to 10,000 gallons of water every year! By fixing those pesky leaks, you could save big on your water bills while also helping the environment.
At Bodenheimer Plumbing Services, Inc., we can repair leaking faucets or replace a faucet of your choice. We can suggest a low-flow faucet option for your kitchen or bathroom.
While leaking is always a great reason to replace a faucet, dull or pitted fixtures can also benefit from an upgrade. Our plumbers can provide recommendations and explanations about your choices and perform the installation of your new faucet from start to finish.
When it comes to faucets, our plumbing professionals can handle the replacement, repair, or installation of all types. For instance, we can work on kitchen sinks, bathroom sinks, bathtubs, wet bars, laundry rooms, showers, outdoor hose bib, and water shut-off valves.
Replacing faucets is not as easy as it appears. If you need help repairing or replacing any faucet in your home or business in the Piedmont Triad area, we’re the ones to call. Get in touch with us at Bodenheimer Plumbing Services, Inc. today to find out more about faucet repair, replacement, or installation. Call (336)788-3966 or schedule your appointment online.
Faucets Services Near You
We Generate Solutions
Awards & Partners
Contact us today for all your residential and commercial plumbing needs.
Please note that we don’t monitor emails or social media on nights and weekends. For Emergency Service, please call (336)-788-3966.
We Cover The Triad Area
Winston-Salem, Advance, Arcadia, Belews Creek, Bermuda Run, Bethania, Clemmons, Colfax, Germanton, Greensboro, High Point, Jamestown, Kernersville, King, Lewisville, Lexington, Mocksville, Oak Ridge, Pfafftown, Rural Hall, Stanleyville, Tobaccoville, Thomasville, Walkertown, Wallburg, Walnut Cove, Welcome, Yadkinville