Kitchen & Bathroom Faucets

At Midway Services of St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa we install, repair, and replace home faucets of every type. These fixtures provide us with reliable and clean water for drinking, bathing and washing everything from the dishes to the dog. These appliances are heavily used throughout the day so if they are rusting, worn, malfunctioning, or the wrong style for your needs, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than ideal.

Even if the faucet in your kitchen or bathroom was recently installed by the previous owners, it may not fit your style. After all, you and your family will be using it day to day so it should suit your needs, while also being your style.

Faucet Brands at Midway

Midway Services can repair, replace, and install the following major brands:

  • Kohler
  • Delta
  • Elkay
  • Moen
  • Gerber
  • American Standard
  • Price Pfister

Whether you simply need to repair a dripping faucet or want a new installation, we’re the professionals to call!

The type of faucets in your Tampa, Clearwater or St. Petersburg home will impact the type of valves required. These internal moving parts aren’t visible from the outside; however, they determine how long and how efficiently your faucets work. When considering a new faucet, rather than settling for steel or plastic valves, opt for bronze or ceramic instead. These materials are more durable, resist corrosion, and will provide a longer lifetime for your fixture.

If there is a visible leak in your home, you suspect a leak due to noticeable moisture or musty odors, or you simply would like to have an inspection for peace of mind; our technicians are at your service. We use state of the art infrared equipment in order to detect moisture hidden in the walls and find the source of the problem.

If you live in an older home, you may also need our repiping services. The Polybutylene or galvanized metal pipework used in the past corrodes or rusts over time, making the water from your faucets heavy in minerals, sediment, and rust. Eventually the pipes will wear too thin and burst. Replacing all of the outdated piping in your home is a must for the health of your family, appliances, and longevity of your home.