Is it worth it to try and repair/rebuild a kitchen

DWQA QuestionsIs it worth it to try and repair/rebuild a kitchen

Is it worth it to try and repair/rebuild a kitchen faucet? This faucet has gotten less and less pressure as time goes by. Now it’s just a little better than a trickle, but all the other faucets and showers pressures are still good. I’ve checked for leaks under the cabinet as well as in the basement, it has to be the faucet. TIA

14 Answers
answered 3 months ago

Replace! Looks like something from the 90s faucets…

answered 3 months ago

Could the aerator just need to be cleaned

answered 3 months ago

Have you checked the faucet aerator? Google how to remove. I just cleaned my bathroom faucet and now it flows great.

answered 3 months ago

It’s probably just clogged in the aerator. (The little screen on the spout.)

answered 3 months ago

Sediment in the aerator more than likely and still to answer ur question…no….u can always replace the cartridge inside the faucet for cheaper than buying a new faucet

answered 3 months ago

It could just be a clogged aerator. Should be easy enough to clean/ replace

answered 3 months ago

Agree with the above . But might need a new cartridge.

answered 3 months ago

Take the head and put it in a bucket of hot water with clr over night

answered 3 months ago

Clean your screen/cartridge. I’ve found actual pebbles in mine

answered 3 months ago

Clean the screen but make sure you put all the pieces back the same way. Take pictures of you
Need to. Oh can alway save for a few faucet after you clean Rut screen. It happens on all faucets. They are not hard to change either. Google will show you how

answered 3 months ago

Yea. Should be easy fix. Check filter first at the tip of the faucet. $2 part…if that.

answered 3 months ago

First pull off the water supplies, and see if there’s little screens in the tubing. If so, pull them out with needle nose, and reconnect the water supply. Those screens catch debri, and will slowly plug up.

answered 3 months ago

Dunno why I didn’t think of that. Done it many times on bathroom sinks. Probably because it’s one of them pull out deals and it’s not obvious. I’ll check that when I get home tonight. Thanks again!

answered 3 months ago

That happen to me once with my hot water. One day I uses it, it was fine. Next time it was a small oh so small of a stream. Then one day it started working again. I don’t know what it was and just hope it does not happen again.