By Dorine Haakman. Kitchen Faucet. Published at Friday, March 02nd, 2018 - 10:55:42 AM.
Wall-Mounted Kitchen FaucetsAs you might guess, these are attached to the wall above the sink. They are often seen with farm sinks and sometimes vessel sinks. These faucets are becoming more popular since the apron or farm sinks have made a big hit in almost every style kitchen. Keep in mind when using a wall-mount faucet the water supply must extend up the wall above the sink.
2. You need a plumber to install a kitchen faucet. If you have never held a wrench in your hand, you probably do need a plumber to help you with the installation. But if you know how to connect an end of a pipe to the supply, you can do all the things on your own. Every faucet that is worth your attention will come with detailed instructions. But the process is highly intuitive, too. Basically, the lower part of the faucet comes through the installation hole on your sink or counter-top, hot and cold water pipes connected and the faucet fastened with nuts from beneath.
On the other hand, if it is one of the fears described below that stops you from having a touch sensitive kitchen faucet, then think again. You just need to find a good model that has already proved to be reliable in other people's kitchens.
For pull-down models, the hose needs to be guided through the faucet body and spout, for touch sensitive models, there will be a battery pack that needs to be connected to the contacts. The biggest challenge you can face in the installation process is removing the old faucet.
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