Raymark Plumbing and Sewer repairs and replaces all types of faucets. We also diagnose and fix water flow problems.

If you have a faucet that won’t shut off completely, have a low water pressure or low flow, or if you’re looking for a more contemporary look for your kitchen, bath, or laundry room, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer. Our expert and knowledgeable plumbers will help you with any of your faucet, valve, and water needs.


The life span of a faucet depends on the quality and make. It also depends on the quality of your pipes. Old galvanized pipes that contain rust or debris can shorten the life of your faucets. See our Repipe page for more information.

When an existing faucet is not performing well, Raymark can make repairs. Our experienced techs carry repair parts for standard faucets.

However, it may be in your best interest to replace the faucet because:

  • Older model faucets may no longer have parts available
  • Some inexpensive faucets cost more to repair than to replace
  • Some faucets were designed to be unrepairable

Our experienced plumbers will help assess your needs and help you determine if the repair option or the replace option is best for you.


You may want to change the appearance of a faucet if the finish is worn away or scratched from years of use. Or you may want an upgrade from two handles to one handle, or to a style that incorporates the spray mechanism into the faucet itself.  Raymark plumbers stock several styles of faucets on their trucks and can make recommendations on other styles, brands, and types of faucets as well.

Raymark solves common faucet issues. Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer for all of your faucet needs.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

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Faucet FAQs

  • Can you repair an old faucet?

    Raymark technicians can repair almost anything but some older faucets may not have parts available.  In addition, some inexpensive faucets will cost you more to repair than the price of a new faucet.  And, some designer faucets are actually not repairable (and designed that way). One of our experienced and knowledgeable technicians can present faucet options before you make a purchase.

  • What is the average lifespan of a kitchen faucet?

    Wear and tear determine the lifespan of most products but we believe a good kitchen faucet will last a lifetime. Longevity depends on many factors including water pressure, the condition of your water line, and the quality of the faucet.