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.
Families with young children find the touch function extremely useful. It makes the water easier available for the little ones since they just need to tap the spout rather than reach the handle and manipulate it into the desired position. They will seldom leave the water running. Children love to tap the water off just for fun. But even if they forget, the water will be turned off automatically after some time of inactivity. I am not speaking here of the quality and longevity. In today's faucets, they are self-evident. The rubber washer systems have been replaced with ceramic valve cartridges. These cartridges are durable, the seal is tight and the faucets have lifelong warranties for leak-free performance. This may not be true, however, for some low-end items without brand names.
Finish and Material. Kitchen faucets were made in chrome finishes for years. Today, however, different other finishing materials are used for the same. This includes bronze, nickel and stainless steel finishes for unique and impressive appearances. When choosing the finish, consider the durability. For instance PVD finishes are resistant to corrosion and scratching and offer surfaces that clean as good as new for many years. The inner construction is usually of brass metal. There are tubular and cast brass options with the cast being thicker and stronger, but both are equally good. The valves and how they are coated can determine their functionality, especially when handling hot and cold controls. Therefore, water temperature is also an important factor when you go shopping.
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