Published at Friday, January 19th, 2018 - 20:12:06 PM. Kitchen Faucet. By Josette Lefort.
Looks like it's time to replace that worn down calcium laden kitchen faucet. Whether you're remodeling the entire kitchen and installing new kitchen fixtures, or just looking to replace that old sputter spout, chances are that you are a little perplexed by the number of choices available on the market today. Let's break it down by the most common faucet styles:
Check the sink where you want to replace a current faucet. Choose the best kitchen faucets having the same number of holes you find the sink's deck. Be familiar with the different types of faucet to make sure you know that type of faucet to buy that will fit the one that is being removed. With cold and hot taps traditional faucets, 3 holes are required for the spout and taps and a fourth hole for a sprayer. With the integrated handle and spout one piece kitchen faucets, 1 hole for the spout/handle piece is needed and another separate 1 hole for the sprayer. Faucets with other options such as soap dispensers, and integrated sprayers may need other requirements.
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