As you head out to find the perfect new bathroom fixtures for your remodel it is important to know what your options are. At Mission West Kitchen & Bath we are proud to have a wide range of kitchen faucets and other kitchen equipment. Read on to learn about some of the most common types of kitchen faucets and what the advantages are of each.
Is a pull-out faucet the best choice for your kitchen?
If you have limited space around your sink then an integrated adjustable pull-out sprayer may be a great option. First, it does not require the extra hole drilled that you would need for a side-spray. Second, if you have pots or pans that are too large to fill in your sink, you can use the pull-out faucet to fill them up from the countertop. Finally, if you have a wide single sink or you have several bowls for your sink, the pull-out feature ensures you can get to the entire area of your sink.
A pull-down faucet may be what you are looking for
Another popular option is the pull-down faucet. You can spot it by noting its high-arc style. Many designers feel that it gives a kitchen a professional yet majestic look. If you have a large sink then this is a great choice, but be careful if you have cabinets above your sink – you need to make sure everything will fit properly.
You may be best off with a dual-handle faucet
If you have a traditional kitchen and are not looking for any of the modern options, then a dual handle faucet may be your best bet. It allows you to control temperatures from two separate handles and gives you that classic look. One of the most popular of this style is the bridge style faucet in which there are decorative pipes above the sink or counter that actually connect the spout. Instead of keeping them out of the line of vision, decorators are using them as part of the décor.
Are you ready for the future? Then consider motion detecting faucets
If it’s been a few years since you looked at kitchen faucets then you are likely to be impressed with how much the technology has improved. Today there are motion activated faucets that do not require you to touch them at all. This is very helpful if you are messy and do not want to transfer the mess from your hands to the faucet. They can also help save water by turning off when not in use, and they can help prevent the spreading of germs.
Still not sure what faucet is right for you? The good news is that these are just a few of the options. If you are ready to learn more about the wide range of choices available then we encourage you to reach out to Mission West Kitchen & Bath and see our showroom for yourself.