Selecting a Kitchen Faucet

Selecting a Kitchen Faucet

Selecting a Kitchen Faucet

Kitchen faucet with a pull-down spray

Ready to replace your kitchen faucet? Here are a few things to keep in mind when it’s time to make your selection:

  1. How many handles does your existing faucet have, and how many do you want your new faucet to have? Most kitchen faucets have one or two.
    • There are options available if you choose a faucet that requires less holes than you have in your current sink/countertop. You could add a soap dispenser or a deck plate.
  2. Does your kitchen faucet have a side spray? If it does and you like this feature, you might consider a faucet with a pull-down spray.
  3. Do you prefer a faucet with or without a deck plate? Click the following links to view an example of each: Faucet with a deck plate, Faucet without a deck plate
  4. What finish would you like? Today’s faucets come in a wide variety of finishes including chrome, stainless, bronze, black, and many more, depending on the manufacturer.

Other resources:

Many kitchen faucet manufacturers have faucet selection guides on their website that you walk you through the process and make recommendations based on your preferences. Delta’s faucet selection guide is easy to use and is a helpful tool to get you started.

3 replies
  1. Sheila M. Miller
    Sheila M. Miller says:

    It is a very important post that selecting the right kitchen faucet. But when you choosing a faucet it is depends on the sink and color. A kitchen faucet also improve the kitchen look. So it is important to selecting the best one faucet that make the kitchen beautiful.

    Reply
    • Sarah Snell
      Sarah Snell says:

      Thanks Sheila for your thought. I like the way you think about kitchen and i just want to add Style, Function & Budget- these are the factors one should add before buying.

      Reply

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