Published at Sunday, September 02nd, 2018 - 21:45:10 PM. Faucet. By Bobbie Taylor.
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?
Two handle kitchen faucets are also able to show more sophistication than a single handle faucet would. A single handle faucet is a standard in majority of houses, since not all kitchens have the need for hot water to flow out of their faucets. If your kitchen has this capacity, it is quite a requirement for you to sport a faucet with two handles. Why place a single-handle faucet in your kitchen when you have two types of water pressures coming out of the nozzle that you need to control with two handle faucets?
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