Are you refurbishing an entire bathroom? Replacing an old or
broken toilet? Looking to update to a water-saving model? Or just looking to update the old fixtures in your bathroom
As the heart of the home, the kitchen is where families and
friends gather. Whether it's day-to-day family life or weekend entertaining,
the kitchen's role is evolving all the time. Therefore, its functionality
must also evolve to match the way the space is being used.
Simply replacing the fixtures can not only enhance the look
of your kitchen but also provide additional functionality.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING A NEW FAUCET
Whether it's part of a massive kitchen renovation, or you've
inherited a leaky faucet, or you're just looking for an inexpensive way to
update, you'll find countless options for a new faucet.
Count your holes. If you're retrofitting a new faucet to an
existing sink, be certain to match the type of faucet to the hole openings
in your existing sink.
Spouts do matter. A versatile design can complement a variety
of decorative settings and add convenience to everyday tasks.
Be sure to
keep the faucet proportional to your sink. - Straight spouts are
inexpensive, but they may make it hard to fill big pots. - Goosenecks are
great for high clearances, but may splash in shallow sinks.
Make installation easy. How many pieces or parts does your
faucet have? Is there a long list of required supplies that might make
Many brands make it easy to get hooked up faster
than ever with a straightforward installation process that doesn't require
complex plumbing skills.