Alexandria, VA Faucets & Fixtures
So your current faucet is having issues? Dwyer Plumbing can resolve drain clogs, leaking fixtures, or replace just plain ugly bathroom or kitchen fixtures.
Not everything can be solved by taking apart the P-Trap, and spouses can’t be trusted to get around to finally fixing that dripping faucet. You know, the one you hear every morning around 3am when you wake up to worry about something far more significant. And chances are, the one you picked up from Home Desperate three weeks ago isn’t going to go in as smoothly as you thought, and it looks and feels really cheap–not nearly as nice as the packaging led you to believe.
Dwyer carries American Standard and Wolverine Brass fixtures on our trucks, but we can also supply any fancyGrohe or Brizo, or just a Kohler–and they’re backed by our warranty. If you picked out your own faucet and need someone to come install it, we can do that too. Our parts department is quite skilled at tracking down replacement parts for older, functioning but quality fixtures. Sometimes those original fixtures just can’t be beat.
There are lots of different styles of sinks:
Console: A sink that is supported by legs, so they’re more like a washstand. They’re often chosen for small spaces that also need a visible shelp.
Self Rimming: Has a visible rim above the counter.
Pedestal: Literally on a pedestal rather than a counter, which saves space and makes a bathroom appear larger.
Undercounter Sinks: Have no rim above the counter, which gives them a clean look (and makes them easier to clean); they help emphasize your faucet.
Vanity: Standard sink and counter-top above cabinet, for those that like storage underneath
Vessel: Also known as above counter or bowl sinks, which sit atop a counter and make a bold statement. They work great in powder rooms but some people say they make it difficult to wash your face your face if you put it in a main bath.
Wall Hung: Mounted directly on a wall, which allows it to be installed at any height.