Posted by: ragoar | September 22, 2010

A Buying Guide For Kitchen Faucets

If you are a homeowner and are in the process of remodeling or building a new home, you should realize that many things in your home are more than just functional pieces.  The truth is, everything in your home can actually set the tone for your home and your kitchen faucets are no different.  Whether you are trying to create a country kitchen or a modern kitchen, you will find that not every faucet is going to be suitable.  The following are several factors that you should consider when buying a faucet for your kitchen:

The first factor and, perhaps the most important, is how many holes your countertop has in it for the faucet.  If you currently have two holes, you obviously do not want to go out and buy a one hole faucet.  On the other hand, if you have two and prefer the three hole variety, you can change the plumbing and drill another hole in your counter.

Kitchen faucets will have various handle options for you to choose from.  For example, if you have a three hole setup, you could utilize either the single handle, the two handle, or the single handle faucet with the additional spray.  Truthfully, it will all depend on what you own particular needs are and what options you consider important.

Generally, faucets can be found made of many materials, including brass, chrome, stainless steel, and enameled plastic.  However, when choosing a finish, you should consider the maintenance of it.  For example, if you choose a highly polished finish, you will find that it will show water spots very easily and will require constant cleaning for it to look good.

The above are just a few things you should consider when buying Kitchen Faucets.  The most important thing to know is that you have many different options to choose from.  While the large array of types, styles, and finishing could be a little confusing or overwhelming, take your time and you will be sure to select the best faucet for your kitchen. Visit our full line of stylish faucets at: www.fancyvalves.com

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