Single handle. Kitchen faucets are available in the single handle versions today. These are the simplest amongst all the designs and styles in the market. These fixtures have almost all design elements that you would need, ranging from cold and hot gauges as well as a water spout enclosed in one fixture. All that is needed is a single hole or outlet over the countertop or sink. In this manner, such single handled faucets free space inside the kitchen. The adjustable pressure and water temperature as well as ease of cleaning make thee faucets a perfect choice. Special kits are also available these days, along with side pulling faucets. You can select such single handled versions according to the finish and style you desire.
There are two main types of cartridge faucets: one and two handle faucets. A single handle faucet operates in an up/down motion to adjust water volume and left/right motion to adjust the temperature. From outside, a double handle cartridge faucet is identical to a compression washer faucet. You can tell the difference by noting how the handle feels when used. A compression faucet requires you to tighten down the washer in order to close water flow while a cartridge faucet requires smooth and consistent action to close water flow. When you move the faucet for just ½ turn you are able to move the handle from on to off position.
Number of Holes. This factor not only applies to the modern kitchen faucet that you intend to get for your kitchen sink. For any faucet that you want to buy for your kitchen, you will have to find out the number of holes in your sink or countertop first to avoid purchasing the wrong type. If your countertop has three holes, make sure that you buy the right kind with three holes installation or you might have to think of a way to cover the other holes.
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