Getting tired of replacing those leaking faucet o-rings? Bored of that faux crystal knob? Installing a new faucet is an easy task if you plan ahead. Follow these quick steps, and you'll be going with the “flow” in no time!
By Dylan EastmanMore in Bathroom
This easy faucet replacement project will take close to one hour and cost between $60 and $160. You will need adjustable wrenches, pliers, a new faucet, plumber's putty, plumber's tape, new flexible water line extensions (two per faucet), safety glasses and work gloves.
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