Of all the fixtures around the home, faucets are by far the ones that are used the most. In fact, according to statistics, the average American family uses them more than 40 times a day.
From filling up pots, hand washing, washing vegetables, and rinsing off dishes your faucet is pretty essential. So, which types of facets are there in the market? And how do you pick the most ideal for your needs?
High-arc Faucet – If you clean lots of large pots or have a sizeable roomy sink, a high-arc facet is probably best for you. This type of faucet works best in deep sinks as it causes splashing if the sink is shallow. Todays’ high-arc faucet is beautiful with flowing curves and tapered handles.
Pull-out and Pull-down Faucet – A pull-out faucet has a spray head that pulls outwards toward you. On the other hand, a pull-down faucet has a spray head that pulls downwards toward the sink’s bottom. The latter is the fastest-growing in popularity and for a good reason. It has a perfect combination of style and function.
Two–Handle Faucet – Unlike its single handle counterpart, this faucet is trendy because of its ease of use. Double handle faucets can dispense both hot and cold water. They have a classic look that makes a strong fashion statement.
Touch Faucet – These faucets are fantastic are or increasing in popularity as more and more homeowners are adopting them. This faucet is hand-free and turns on and off with just a light touch of a hand or arm.