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4 Types Of Kitchen Faucets

Many of the modern and well-built kitchen faucets by the major suppliers are highly adaptable and chic while at the same time providing the appropriate level of functionality. In the hunt for the faucets, you are likely to appreciate that there’s a range of different designs to complement the needs of nearly every homeowner. Here are some of the major types of kitchen faucets available in the marketplace:

Single handle: Single handle faucets still make up more than 80% of faucet sales and are also popular with builders. These faucets are standard and have a single handle that controls temperature and flow. They’re available with a side spray that is significantly less expensive than the pull-out spray faucets. Additionally, they allow you to have a spray with a vintage-look faucet.

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Two handle: Two-handle faucets (one hot and one cold) are not as popular as one handle because they’re not as easy to use. They do have a classic look that makes a strong fashion statement in Victorian as well as other period style kitchens.

Pull-out: Pullout faucets have a spray head that pulls out closer, whereas a pull-down faucet has a spray head that pulls down toward the foot of the sink. Both options help you clean the sink and wash produce or water plants. A button or toggle control makes it simple to go from aerated stream to spray. Try to find one which swivels 360 degrees for quick usage of all areas of your sink.

Wall-mounted: As you might guess, these are generally connected to the wall above the sink. They are often seen with farm sinks and often vessel sinks. These faucets have grown to be popular because the apron or farm sinks have made a big hit in nearly every style kitchen. Consider when you use a wall-mount faucet the water supply should extend up the wall above the sink.

Touch Faucet: Touch faucets are wonderful and so are rapidly increasing in popularity. These hands-free kitchen faucets switch on and off with just a light touch of a hand or arm. These faucets have become a favorite in “aging in place” kitchens or with the disabled. These are typically fantastic inclusions in any food prep sink as they are really easy to turn on with dough or flour covered hands. They are also useful for a potting bench sink


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