Published at Sunday, September 02nd, 2018 - 21:05:31 PM. Faucet. By Elsie Richards.
The urge to buy the latest faucet finishes can be strong but you need to know the risks. I have seen finishes come and go. Have you ever heard of Antique Brass or Brushed Brass? Both of those finishes have come and gone. It is best to stick to polished chrome or polished brass. Those have been standards since I started plumbing. If you choose burnished brass, copper or another special finish, beware. In five years you may need to replace it and the finish may be unavailable. Will polish brass look good in a room with copper faucets?
A simple way of knowing the quality of a faucet is looking for the manufacturer‘s guarantee. This shows that the product has a backing from the makers. Needless to say they are confident about what they have put on the market. And in case there is a defect or problem; it would be fixed at no added cost to you. A kitchen faucet is a long-term investment so go for a classic design and not something trendy that you would have to replace in a few months. Furthermore, take into consideration the water pressure. Try to verify the slightest water pressure compatible with the faucet on your buying mind with the seller.
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