Kitchen Faucet. Wednesday , November 22nd , 2017 - 14:02:44 PM
In selecting a kitchen faucet you will want to consider the kitchen sink. Kitchen sinks usually come with from one to four or more holes to accommodate various types of kitchen faucets. If you are considering changing a faucet on an existing sink, it is better to select a faucet to fits the sink‘s current hole configuration. If you want to change from a three-hole type faucet to a single-hole one you will be left with open holes that will need to be filled. On the other hand if you try to knock out additional holes to change from a single-mount to a three-hole type faucet you run the risk of damaging an existing sink. Therefore you will find it much easier to also install a new kitchen sink and faucet together because you can choose any kind of kitchen faucet and sink that is compatible.
If you have a kitchen with a custom look that simply can‘t match with ordinary kitchen faucets, you can choose from special American Standard Kitchen Faucets customized to match your kitchen‘s theme. It still retains the performance and durability they are is known for, so you don‘t have to worry if it will last long or work well for you. After all, these are American Standard Faucets; they follow only the best standard there is.
- Diamond Seal Technology: includes the Leland Single Handle Pull-Down Faucet with Soap Dispenser, Leland Single Handle Bar Faucet with Diamond Seal Technology in Venetian Bronze finish, Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser from the Allora collection, Contemporary Single Handle Faucet with Diamond Glide Ceramic Valve and Side Sprayer, Allora Pull-down Bar or Prep Faucet, and many others.
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