Types of Kitchen Faucets
The faucet and sink are the most utilized equipment in your kitchen so you want to make sure you choose the one that will not only look great but be the most efficient for your use. Faucets can come in many different finishes such as chrome, bronze, copper, and stainless Steel. So many decisions, now what about design?
A pull-out faucet has a pull-able spraying wand. You can easily detach it from the faucet base and extend it using the flexible hose on its tail. This faucet is very versatile and easy to use. One great feature is that you can pull the faucet closer to your dirty dishes eliminating a mess with water splashing around.
This faucet is similar to the centerset faucet with the only difference is the placement of the actual faucet. They are separated on top of the countertop when installed. And they have connections to the faucet underneath the sink. With this faucet you will use two or more holes during installation.
The single hole faucets are generally less expensive and more popular than the pull down or pull out faucet. There is a single lever for controlling the water flow and water comes out of a low spout. There is a separate side spray in this type of faucet. It looks very sleek and elegant on your countertop.
This type of faucet is absolutely amazing and is commercial grade utility for the home. The tap is long so you can fill the pots just by turning the handle. Who doesn’t want the convenience of this? You can find these faucets and many more at Plumbtile.