You can fix almost any dripping faucet in about an hour. For most people the repair is easier than you think. You’ll need a few basic tools. A screwdriver, ranch, pliers, and slip-joint pliers.
It’s always important to be quick about fixing a dripping faucet because you can waste gallons of water a day. If leaks are coming from the spout then it’s probably the faucet handle. Rubber seals can wear out overtime so replacing them can usually fix the problem.
There are a few basic steps for stopping a leaky faucet:
Mike McFadden, Certified Master Home Inspector in Orlando, FL