dont use the tub or shower until you have an electrician check it out. dont know why its doing it but do know that water & electric dont go together. repeat dont use it until its checked out by a qualified electrician!!!!!!!!! My suggestion is that perhaps you are developing a static charge when you walk on your carpet and are releasing it when you touch your faucet. If this is not the case perhaps you have a slight voltage leak to your Plumbing combined with a faulty ground and a damp floor which is allowing your body to close the the circuit. I believe the static theory is the problem though. The composition of your foot wear when sliding on the carpet could very well develop this charge. Hope this has helped! Answer one is difinitely correct, while answer two COULD be correct, BUT if some electrical system fault is the cause, it could be fatal. I find it very unsuual in that IF static electricity were the cause, then the recurrence would be very sporadic depending on variations in temperature and HUMIDITY. If, as your question states, this happens EVERY TIME you touch the faucet handle[s], then the the cause IS NOT due to static electricity. Prudence and safety demand that a QUALIFIED AND LICENSED ELECRICIAN troubleshoot, test, and analyze the plumbing and electrical system to determine the cause.
You should not have to repair or replace the flooring when repairing the bath faucet. Unless you had a water leak that resulted in lots of water damage to the flooring.
It depends on the make of the faucets.
The cold water should always be on the right side when in the tub facing the faucet. Thanks for pointing out the typo
A tub faucet acts as a shower and can be used to bath in the bath tub. It is a pressure valve which makes the flow of water through it constant and gives a nice shower.
Bubble bath gel should be added under a running faucet.
Sometimes a leaky or broken bath faucet is too difficult to handle on your own and you must leave it to an expert. It can take a while for a plumber to get to your house to repair a bath faucet, so while you are waiting to have it repaired, don't let all that leaking water go to waste! Place a bucket or large bowl under the faucet and use this water to water plants or to soak dishes in before you wash them. This is a great way to conserve water, too!
"Make sure you have the correct sized faucet and the correct tools. Turn off your water and then remove the existing faucet. Replace it with the new one, making sure it is sealed so that no leaks can occur when you turn your water back on."
Average bath faucets will deliver 3 - 5 gallons per minute,
Your bath faucet has become clogged up and should be cleaned if possible,or replaced.
Proably the faucet has a worn out washer, replacing the washer should fix the problem.
I think it has something to with your pipes not your water. Your pipes are must probably rusty and it is coming out in the water.
Could be the washer vibrating in the bath faucet/mixer. Over time, washers can degrade and become floppy or develop a rough surface. High pressure water over the surface can act like air past a clarinet reed. Opening the sink faucet takes the water feed pressure off the bath faucet, stopping the vibration.
It depends on the size of the tub, how much water your faucet allows to flow out, and how long you let the water run.
Hot water tank not working or a faulty faucet.
Either you have rusty galvanised piping or if it is the hot water (as it is not specified in the question) your hot water tank may be rusting from the inside.
The average kitchen faucet in a house will supply 2.5 -3 gallons per minute at 50 PSI. That is an average hose working pressure in north America. A large bath faucet will supply 3 + gpm and a single lever bathroom sink faucet will be about 2 gpm.
This depands on the type of faucet you have, however looking at the link below this answer, may help.
Defective faucet or foreign material got into faucet at installation. Improper installation.
1) Turn off the tap (faucet) 2) Empty the bath 3) Mop up the water on the floor. 4) Dry the room out (and perhaps the room below)
You have a high iron content in your water. There are systems to correct this but there not cheap.
The volume of water that comes out of the tub faucet is much greater than the volume of water that comes out of the kitchen faucet. Let's say that the bathroom is twice as far from the water heater than the kitchen, so twice as much water has to be run to get the hot water. If the tub faucet allows more than twice as much water to pass through, then it will get there faster.
Bath fixes are hard in nature, as they have to withstand constant exposes to water. Many stores geared at children's safety offer solutions, such as placing an inflatable, water-proof padding around the faucet.
Need to adjust temperature limit stop on faucet behind handle, on single lever valve.
Goto Bathroom... Fill Bath Plug in toaster - turn on Get in bath Drop toaster in bath...