Might be much more helpful going into the shop for parts and advice. Had repair work done in home, huge bill for 3 small jobs. Changing kitchen faucet was the most complicated, then replace a toilet flap & some washers on a leaky bathroom faucet. Snake a kitchen drain - it was a little slow but I don't think it was necessary - I should have just bought a drain snake & done it myself. Over $700, 2 hours labor & 20 minutes of that to write up the bill. I felt like the goal was facilitating a hefty repair bill. I don't like to be rude & watch over a repairman's shoulder but 40 minutes for putting in new washers, tape on a faucet with a little drip doesn't seem right. Apparently the faucet was cheap & prone to needing maintenance. It was a different guy from Aurora plumbing that advised this faucet, sold it to me & installed it just 2 years ago. I think I learned my lesson today.