Leaky Faucets: That slow drip of a leaky faucet can be extremely annoying, and eventually jack up your water bill if not dealt with. The good news is that leaky faucets are also fairly easy to fix, as long as you know the basics of what you are doing. In most cases, you can take care of a leaky faucet by simply replacing a washer. Of course, you will have to purchaser the washer before doing this, but after that, you should be able to take care of the problem with no more than a little elbow grease and some simple tools. On the other hand, if you want to replace your faucet for an aesthetic issue and have been planning a remodel, consider waiting until this pandemic is over. Your Company will still be here to handle all of your kitchen and plumbing needs.