Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Houses AGE Also...

The spout on our faucet broke off, here's a temporary repair job.
Good thing my hubby is skinny and knows how to fix plumbing.
Taking off the old faucet was a trick and labor intensive, also cleaning
out the stuff under the sink where we store our 72 hour water supply.
This was quite the job and took hours of labor to install after reading
all the instructions thoroughly, that's how an engineer fixes things!
Beautiful and new, only cost $120 for the faucet, zero for labor!


Jean said...

I, too, am lucky to have a husband who knows how to repair almost anything.

Kathryn Elizabeth Jones said...

Yep. I'm all for free.

Linda Reeder said...

Well done! this is something my husband knows how to do too, but working under the sink is not fun.

gremhog susan.hatch@gmail.com said...

and does the nozzle part come out and spray I've seen such and want one! But Robert is just barely a plumber and doesn't seem to interested...maybe when he's retired!

Millie said...

Your so lucky to have a hubby that can do it. Plumbers are so expensive. My son used to work for Moen and when an employee is hired there they have to learn how to fix and replace all their faucets. He was lucky because now he can fix and replace his bad ones...its a great money saver.