By Anneloes Docter. Kitchen Faucet. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 10:47:13 AM.
One-Piece Faucets, Some sinks only have a single hole. If this is the case, the faucet you will need is a single handle faucet. This type only requires one hole for the spout and handle. (If you want to add a sprayer this will require an extra hole.) Faucet with Three Pieces, If your sink is one of the older types with three holes your faucet is probably a two handle. With one hole for the hot water, one for the cold and one for the spout there may be an extra one if a sprayer is present. Kitchen sinks of some types have combined soap dischargers and sprayers which shows how important it is to make sure of the number of holes.
Somewhere deep inside, many people would have loved a touch sensitive faucet in their kitchen. However, the ability of a faucet to turn on with just a light touch may sound too tricky, unbalanced, unpredictable and uncontrollable. What if there are young children or pets in the kitchen that can activate the faucet by accident? The most widespread reason for rejecting touch sensitive faucets is just the fear that it may not be suitable for families with children or pets.
1. A great kitchen faucet is expensive. In fact, you will be surprised to find how low the price is for which you can get a beautiful kitchen faucet with a lot of helpful features. The word of wisdom says, "He pays a lot who buys cheap", and to a certain degree that still applies. If you consider purchasing a faucet below $ 80, you might want to find an answer to a question, what makes it that cheap.
Knowing that, you don't even have to dive deep into manuals and descriptions. It is enough to search for a particular faucet on your favorite online vendor site to see how others have rated it. Touch faucets without touch recognition cannot be considered quality products. If there are such for sale, they won't be able to earn positive feedback. Fear 3. Touch sensitive kitchen faucets are not suitable for families with young children. The benefits that touch sensitive faucets bring to families with young children can be somewhat counter intuitive. The most common reaction is fear that the faucet will be turned on and left running too often. But in real life, that is seldom the case. For a number of reasons, these faucets have turned out to be much more convenient for use in families with children than the non-sensitive ones.
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