Why does Outdoor spigot Faucet not have a handle?
Recently bought house that is roughly 65 years old and I noticed that one of the outdoor spigots (faucets?) doesn't have a handle. Previous owner deceased so I can't ask her why. Can anyone tell me why would someone do that? Was it because the faucet was broken but instead of replacing it they just took off the handle so no one would use it? Is there a way to check if the faucet works without a handle? Can I get a new handle at a home supply store and attach it myself or do I have to call a plumber?.