Kristiin Weber. Kitchen Faucet. November 16th , 2017.
Most kitchen faucet models will fit all kitchen sinks, however there are some exceptions. So it is a good idea to check sizes first. For instance, you will want to verify if the spout length is not too long to prevent the spout from hitting inside the sink basin. Some people choose goose-neck faucets because they provide a high sink clearance for filling pots.
Two-Handle Faucets: Two-handle faucets (one hot and one cold) are not as popular as one handle because they are not as easy to use. They do have a classic look that makes a strong fashion statement in Victorian and other period style kitchens.
Touch Faucets: Touch faucets are fantastic and are quickly growing in popularity. These hands-free kitchen faucets turn on and off with just a light touch of a hand or arm. These faucets are becoming a favorite in "aging in place" kitchens or with the disabled. These are wonderful additions to any food prep sink because they are so easy to turn on with dough or flour covered hands. They are also useful for a potting bench sink.
Besides giving your kitchen a classy outlook, installing a black kitchen faucet for your kitchen sink also has other benefits. One of them is that black faucets do not get dirty easily. Even if there are stains on the faucet, it will not be as obvious as when you have installed a white faucet. As such, you do not have to worry about having to clean or wash it frequently. They are in fact very easy to maintain.
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