Kitchen faucets are one among the expensive kitchen accessories that are offered in the market these days. Most of the people have a misconception that the faucets come along with the kitchen sinks. They might be sold as a package along with the kitchen sinks. However, the kitchen faucets are independent accessories that are designed to suit the different kitchen sink models. Fixing a new kitchen sinks can bring out a drastic change in the entire appearance of your kitchen. This is the major reason why most of the people prefer to fix the kitchen faucets when they upgrade their kitchen. Today, there are several types of faucets offered in the market, which can help to provide a modern look for your kitchen. However, you must have a proper idea about them before buying one for your kitchen.
Single handle: A single handle faucet is able to offer easy and quick temperature adjustments and water flow using one hand, which is highly beneficial if you are using the other hand elsewhere. A faucet of this type is likely to require one or more sink holes, and this is likely to depend on the style and layout of the sink. Also, many of these faucets are likely to feature a side spray system.
It is good to know how the handle works. There are faucets with advanced handle technology that allows you to adjust the temperature and pressure with just a fingertip. On others it may take a little time to get used to the way the handle moves. Some people can find it somewhat difficult to move the handle into the exact off position at first. But very few of them consider that being a problem. Another huge time saver is the touch sensitivity in kitchen faucets. You can preset your favorite temperature and pressure with the handle and have it always ready. The water flow turns on when you touch the faucet with your hand or forearm. Another touch will turn the water off. There is no need to worry that your pet can turn the water on. It is highly unlikely since a touch operable faucet from nearly any brand distinguishes a "touch" from a "grip". It means that, in order to activate the faucet, you need to touch it with your finger and remove it in a fraction of a second. The faucet does not get activated when you are pushing it out of the way, for example.
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