Regina Sink Repair Service
Like most plumbing fixtures, we turn on the faucet every day, now more than ever, because clean hands are the best way to maintain good health. Though it’s easy to take our sinks for granted and small details that signal damage are often easy to overlook, whether it’s worn caulk, a minor crack, or decreased water pressure, it’s still important to keep sinks working properly, and know who to call when you need sink repair in Regina.
Your local Regina plumber at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Regina receives many requests regarding sink repairs. Regina homeowners frequently experience leaky faucets, clogged sinks, and busted pipes inside their base cabinets. The sooner you take action the better; otherwise, you could risk wasting gallons of water and increasing your risk of damage and other complications caused by leaking water.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing’s Sink Repair Services
Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Regina’s sink repair services include installation or replacement services for sinks and faucets, as well as drain repair services. While most kitchen sink issues are related to faulty parts like worn rubber gaskets, corroded cartridge valves or o-rings, more serious problems could include a leaky drain, slow water pressure or a clogged water line.
When hiring Mr. Rooter Plumbing for sink repair services, homeowners can expect an in-house inspection and consultation, during which a licensed plumber will provide you with a diagnosis and propose the best repair method, along with a transparent cost estimate.
Benefits of Hiring Mr. Rooter Plumbing For Sink Repair in Regina
Our expert plumbers have been serving the local community and neighbours for many years. Not only are we familiar with typical plumbing issues and how to best repair and prevent them, but we’ve also built a strong relationship with our clients who put their trust in our quality workmanship, transparency, and courtesy.
We are proud to be your first-choice Regina plumbing company and will continue to go above and beyond to meet your expectations. With our professional services, you won’t ever have to worry about unexpected surprises or overtime charges. That’s what our efficient plumbing inspections are here for.
Regina Sink Repair FAQs
How Do I Repair A Leaky Faucet?
It often requires some elbow grease to investigate the causes of a leaky faucet. If your faucet leaks only for a few minutes after use, it’s only a minor issue that you could fix by cleaning off the mineral buildup on the screen of the spout. Create a paste with white vinegar and baking soda and scrub the spout with an old toothbrush.
More serious issues involve a worn washer, o-ring, or a corroded valve seat. If you plan to complete your own sink repair, most plumbers recommend diagnosing the problem by disconnecting the unit. You’ll need an adjustable wrench, flathead screwdriver, hex key, utility knife, silicone grease, and pliers. Inspect the faucet’s interior for corrosion and use the same paste to clear out any mineral deposits.
During our sink repair services, we often recommend a faucet replacement for long-term benefits.
What Types of Sinks Are There? Which Needs The Least Repairs?
When it comes to sizing and materials used, the kitchen sink is most popular in the form of an undermount or drop-in.
- Drop in: Drop in types are installed from the surface and have a lip that sits on the countertop. It’s cost-effective and easy for homeowners to install themselves.
- Undermount: This type is installed from underneath and not only provides aesthetic value, but also gives you more counter space because the rims are hidden underneath the counter.
Stainless steel and composite are fairly common in residential kitchens, whereas bathrooms have ceramic or enameled cast iron.
In terms of which requires the least amount of repairs, it’s hard to say because it really depends on how well it’s installed and maintained. Most of the pros and cons revolve around the ease of cleaning. Most kitchen sink repairs involve clogged sinks, worn out seals, and inefficient faucets.
How Do You Fix A Leaky Pipe Below A Sink?
If your supply line is damaged, you’ll need water line repairs, during which our qualified plumber will most likely replace your supply hose. However, if it’s your drain line leaking, we suggest checking for cracks and clogs in the P-trap.
It’s important that you turn off your shut-off valve to stop any water flow until the leak is fixed. Often, your sink drain pipe connections could be faulty. Ensure you know what’s exactly causing the leak and fix it temporarily with plumber’s tape or clamps. Your local plumber will carry out the necessary pipe replacement.
What Causes Kitchen Sinks To Leak?
Most kitchen sink repairs are related to faulty components such as a broken o-ring or worn out caulk beads. Or, it could be a drain clog or leak, faucet leak, or loose supply lines. If you experience this issue after conducting adjustments, it’s likely that you have loose parts that need to be tightened. That said, the kitchen’s drain lines are often under a lot of stress because it’s also responsible for draining your garburator and dishwasher. If you maintain these appliances regularly, you will experience less clogs and leaks.
How Much Does Sink Repair Cost?
The cost will depend on the damage and details of the repair needed. When hiring a professional team like Mr. Rooter Plumbing, Regina homeowners will get a thorough diagnosis of the damage. If you have an older system where the basins appear worn, we may suggest a replacement, so you’ll get more of your money’s worth.
Need Kitchen Sink Repair Service in Regina?
Don’t let small damage go unnoticed; instead, call your local pros at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Regina to prevent potential water damage. When hiring our plumbing experts for sink repair, Regina homeowners can rest assured that the job will be done right!
Call our friendly office team at 306-205-1817 to schedule an appointment that works for you or learn more about our wide range of professional plumbing services, including drain cleaning, backwater valve installation and sewer backup services.