Your plumbing fixtures are among the most used items in your home. They also have the power to significantly improve (or hinder) the look, feel and functionality of your home.
Because of this importance, it’s clear that your plumbing fixtures play a critical role in keeping your home flowing toward serenity. Even more, it’s crucial you choose the right fixture for both the form and functionality of your space.
Luckily, you don’t have to handle this overwhelming task alone. At Ray The Plumber, our team will use its unparalleled industry expertise and endless patience to help you find your home’s perfect plumbing fixture match. Once you do, we’ll flawlessly install it.
Your fixtures connect to your plumbing system, delivering clean water to the places you need it and then draining away the dirty water.
When it comes to fixtures, one-size-fits all is rarely what consumers want. That’s why fixtures come in a variety of colors, materials and finishes—to meet everyone’s tastes. However, appearance isn’t everything. Performance matters, too.
Fixtures are meant to make your life easier, not harder. So, if you find yourself consistently frustrated over your fixture’s performance, it’s time to make a change.
Here’s how to tell if the following fixtures need upgrades:
Toilets have long lifespans, which is why most upgrades are purely for aesthetic purposes. For instance, during a remodel, a homeowner will most likely upgrade his or her toilet’s design to match the new décor.
But that’s not all. Here are other factors that indicate your toilet needs to be replaced:
For the most part, faucets can be repaired and rejuvenated easily. However, if your fixture constantly needs a repair, then that’s not the case. A replacement is in store—as it is in these instances, too:
When it comes to upgrading your kitchen, bathroom or utility sink’s appearance, a small change in a fixture makes a huge aesthetic impact. However, the impact of replacing a leaking or dripping sink is even more significant. In fact, one drip of water per second drops 2,082 gallons of H2O a year!
If your water loses its heat, you’ll lose your cool. The best way to avoid this chill-worthy catastrophe is to replace your water heater before it kicks the bucket. As a general rule of thumb, traditional water heaters last about 10-15 years while tankless water heaters last for about 20 years.
In addition to age, your water heater needs to be replaced if the:
From guiding you toward the right fixture to performing a flawless installation, you can count on our professionals to help you find the perfect-fit fixture, install it properly and keep it operating leak-free for years to come.
But don’t wait to make a change. Fill out our online form or call us at 1.877.CALL.RAY today!