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Frequently asked questions

Should I install the sink myself?

Although sink repair might be the easiest job around the house, installing a new sink requires a lot more work, so if you don’t have the required skills or materials, or even the time to do it yourself, you can leave this job to a certified plumber and have your new sink installed in a timely and professional manner.

What’s included in the sink installation service?

The sink installation service includes removal and disposal of the old sink, installing the new one and connecting it to the drain lines and the faucet, testing it for leaks and cleaning up after the installation process is complete.

Why does my faucet drip?

A dripping faucet may indicate corrosion in the valve seat, a loose screw, a broken pipe or seals or another common problem with one of the internal mechanisms.

How do I unclog my sink with a plunger?

The fastest and easiest way to unclog your sink is to use a drain snake and a plunger. When using your plunger, you’ll need to seal one drain using a wet cloth and set and seal the plunger on the other one. Pump water into the drain for about 20 seconds, up to a few minutes until the water starts swirling down the drain.