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Question DetailsAsked on 6/5/2011

Bathroom faucet

is it better to rebuild a faucet,or replace it? parts are high.

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Hi Joe! We talked to a highly rated bathroom remodeler, and he said that it depends on whether it is a vanity or shower faucet and also on the age and accessibility. Replacing it is usually better but you have to be able to access it. Typically, if its a really old faucet and you try to replace some of the parts it won't last as long - it might last a few months or a few years but chances are you’ll have problems with it before too long. With a new faucet you don't have to worry about that. Hope it goes well!

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