It’s nice to remember the days when everything was reparable.
This outside hose bib was not only repairable, they even made it so easy, with the instructions printed on an attached metal tag.
Even today, faucets are one of the few items in a home that a home owner can repair in a few minutes with parts that are readily available.
A new seat and washer for this sill-cock will be less than $10 and a replacement stem for a kitchen faucet or tub will be anywhere from $15 to $40 and easily installed with a screwdriver and wrench.
The sense of accomplishment when you repair something in your home will put a smile on your face for the rest of the day.
Have you seen the suggested tools you need at our FAQ Basic Tool Box
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