Kitchen Faucet. Saturday , November 18th , 2017 - 09:29:50 AM
Today‘s faucets are commonly made from brass with various finishing such as gold plating and powder-coated enamel. However, brass contains lead which can cause lead poisoning that will eventually lead to many serious health problems. Due to this, all faucet manufacturers in the U.S. are not allowed to include more than 8 percent of this substance in their brass faucets, according to the Safe Drinking Water Act. If you are concerned about your health, you might want to look into other alternative such as ceramic faucets since ceramic does not contain dangerous chemicals that might harm our body.
While you are at it, you might also consider installing the new kitchen faucet on your new sink and then install the faucet and sink combination into the new countertop at the same time. This way you will not have to work in such a tight place under the sink as you would have to when attaching a new faucet. Today there are more choices than ever before when it comes to faucet finishes. Brushed nickel is moving up in popularity, at least according to Moen. It is now second only to chrome in popularity. Other finishes such as oil rubbed bronze are also becoming more popular with consumers.
When you decide to remodel your kitchen, you have many decisions to make. One of these decisions includes the faucet and what you want out of it. Whether you choose a pull down sprayer, touch technology or any other feature, you need to make sure you choose the right brand. This article is not designed to tell you that one brand is better than another is, but to give you the information you need to make the decision on your own.
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