Now that you've decided to replace your kitchen faucet, it's the perfect time to think about lowering your household's water usage and associated costs. Here are a few things you can do to optimize your kitchen's water efficiency when replacing your faucet with a new one: Replace the Under-Counter Piping Before installing a new faucet in the kitchen, it's a good idea to replace the piping under the counter – especially if the pipes are more than a few years old.
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