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Faucet Repair,
& Installation

If you need faucet repair or replacement services and you're in Dayton, Montgomery County, or the surrounding areas. Contact us.

Bathroom Faucet Repair

How can we help you?
Bathroom Faucet Repair

Have Questions? (937) 387-6224

Residential Bathroom Faucet Repair

Don't Settle For Faulty Faucets

The bathroom faucet can see high-traffic use in many homes and be subject to wear and tear. If your faucet has any of the following issues, or if you need any of the bathroom faucet repair services listed, don't hesitate to contact us:

  • The faucet is dripping

  • The faucet is leaking

  • The faucet is loose

  • The faucet outlet is clogged

  • The faucet handle(s) is loose

  • The faucet has low pressure

  • Faucet trap replacement

  • Faucet pop-up replacement

  • New faucet escutcheon

  • New drain assembly

  • New faucet supply lines

  • New faucet shut-off valves


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Commercial Faucet Repair

Commercial Faucet Repair

Quality You Can See —Service You Can Trust

Commercial facilities need plumbing products that will last with minimal upkeep and repair. Commercial faucets are built using heavy-duty materials and sometimes have hands-free and vandal-resistant features.


But when your commercial faucet springs a leak, it can be dangerous for your business. That's why we often provide priority plumbing services to our commercial customers. 

Contact us if you're looking to repair or replace your commercial faucet(s).

Our team here at Integrity Plumbing Solutions, Inc. can respond to a long list of faucet issues in any residential home or commercial business. Contact us today at (937) 387-6224.

Faucet Installation & Replacement

How can we help you?

Have Questions? (937) 387-6224

Residential Faucet Replacement
& New Faucet Installation. 

Faucet Replacement Done Right

A leaking bathroom lavatory faucet can waste hundreds or even thousands of gallons of water per year. According to the EPA, "A faucet leaking at one drip per second typically wastes 250 gallons of water in a single month or 3,000 gallons a year." If your faucet is old, leaking, or defective, it may be time to replace it.


We offer a wide array of lavatory faucets for any residential home. If you're looking to replace your bathroom faucet, contact us today.


Have Questions? (937) 387-6224

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Types of Faucets Installed by Integrity Plumbing Solutions, Inc.

Our professional technicians are experienced in installing toilets of all makes and models, including:

Bathroom Faucet Types
Bathroom Faucet Models

Bathroom Faucets

Lavatory Faucets

Disc Faucets

Cartridge Faucets

Compression Faucets

Single-Handle Faucets

Dual-Handle Faucet

Commercial Style Faucets

Touchless Faucets

Moen Faucets

 Delta Faucets

KOHLER Faucets

Zern AquaSense

✔ CFG Faucets

 PROFLO Faucets 

Pfister Faucets

Frequently Asked Faucet Questions

Get answers to your most frequently asked questions about bathroom faucet repair and replacement.

How much does it cost to replace a bathroom faucet?
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The average cost of replacing a faucet in a residential home near Vandalia, Ohio, is between $130 to $350, excluding the price of the faucet itself. You can expect to spend between $230 and $680 for the new faucet, necessary materials, and installation. The price can vary depending on several factors, including faucet removal, accessibility, special features, and the condition of your plumbing.

How much water is used if you let your faucet drip?
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Water bills are calculated by the volume of use, so 1000 gallons could end up costing around $20 a month or $240 a year, depending on your usage rate. If you kick those leaks up to 30 drips a minute, or every two seconds, you are now losing $60 a month or $720 a year.

Should I purchase hands-free faucets for my commercial business?
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Hands-free, 'electronic sensor' or 'touchless' faucets can provide incredible value to commercial businesses. Because you don't have to touch a handle or knob, users won't receive exposure to others' germs and bacteria. Also, you minimize wear and tear from the type of repeated use you would get with traditional handle faucets.

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