Juliiane Schmitt. Kitchen Faucet. December 10th , 2017.
Are you contemplating a little remodeling and giving some thought of upgrading your kitchen sink faucets? A new faucet is just what the doctor ordered! Being the focal point of the sink, it does catch the eye. If you have the hard water ‘curse‘, in all likelihood it‘s been wreaking havoc with the internal parts of your kitchen faucet. Besides contributing a ceaseless drip-drip-drip. In addition, hard water scum most likely marked your fixture and presenting an unsightly eyesore. Time for a new faucet!
Buying a kitchen faucet is never easy pickings. There are many things you need to consider before you choose the appropriate one for your home. Buying a kitchen faucet goes beyond looking at a solid metal body faucet with ceramic discs that allows water to flow freely. It needs to be well-made and of top-notch quality, if not it would only last you a couple of months. If you opt to buy any faucet that you can get your hands on, you stand the risk of spending money fixing it or replacing it repeatedly. Here is what to look for before you splash the cash for a kitchen faucet.
You need to also consider your sink size. A small sink will not require a double-handle faucet. If you install a double-handle faucet with a small sink, prepare to always mop up the water. Double faucets work well with large sinks and save you all the mopping trouble. Try to also ponder on the proportional reach of your spray, if you are always washing wide dishes or big pots, select a faucet with high arch instead of a standard one. Choosing a kitchen faucet that matches your visual appeal, functionalities and is cost-friendly should be your watchword. So choose wisely or you would be having issues with your kitchen and it won‘t be about what to cook for your loved ones.
Single handle kitchen faucets are a very popular basic style kitchen faucet. They look good and range on the low-end of the cost spectrum. Some like the Delta Collins Faucet come with a matching side spray, which is great for cleaning all the nooks and crannies and filling those large pots. Plus these lever type models are usually very ADA friendly.
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