Install a kitchen faucet
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Installing or replacing a kitchen faucet is easy to do, even for a novice do-it-yourselfer. The most difficult part of the installation process is removing the old faucets. Once that is done, it really is a piece of cake, because you won’t need any specialized tools or soldering to complete installation. Before you begin, make sure the new faucet is a match for your sink by verifying the number of holes and centre-to-centre distance. An hour or two later, your sink should be operational again.