Fixing a Leaky Faucet with Help from Yeagers

Don’t let the drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet drive you crazy! Instead, head to Yeagers and pick up the parts you need to fix it yourself. In most cases, all it takes is a Phillips head screwdriver and a pair of pliers to get it done. Plus it’s an inexpensive repair with the cost quickly recouped in water bill savings.

If your faucet is from the early 2000s or later, chances are it’s a washerless faucet and the seat and spring need to be replaced. If your faucet is from the 70s, 80s or 90s, it’s most likely the older model washer style with a stem and faucet washer that you need to change out. If you need help figuring out which one you have, turn off the water below the sink, unscrew the faucet handle, pull out the faucet parts and we’ll help you find the right replacement.

Sounds easy right? The whole repair takes just about three minutes. See for yourself in the video HERE.

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