No DIY for this stuff. Calling a plumber to install. But I want to
make sure I'm buying the right stuff.
I'm planning to replace an ugly 20-year-old faucet that looks like
What should I watch out for in buying a replacement. On that I like is
a Danze, but it's pretty cheap. Too cheap?
Anything I should watch out for? And do faucets always come with a
replacement drain stopper, or do I need to shop for that separately???
Moen and Delta are relatively easy to fix and find parts for. For the Moen,
there's basically one part that can ever cause problems, short of a handle
breaking. If the cartridge goes, Moen will send you a new one for free, or
send a rebuild kit with all the parts you need.
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