Tru Faucets Pre-Rinse High-Arc Kitchen Faucet
Kitchen Faucet with Pullout Spray in Oil Rubbed Bronze
Bathroom Faucet Wide Spread Double Handle Less Drain in Oil Rubbed Bronze
Tru Faucets Bathroom Faucet Vessel Faucet Single Handle Less Drain
Cold Only Water Dispenser in Oil Rubbed Bronze - Filter System Not Included
High-Arc Bar Faucet
Single Handle Bathroom or Bar Faucet in Oil Rubbed Bronze
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Kitchen Faucets are typically deck or wall mounted choose which style you wish for here.
These faucets are installed on your kitchen counters, and are typically easier to plumb for.
These faucets are installed to your kitchen walls, Typically this allows for more sink clearance
One Handle: A single handle mixes the hot and
cold water, as well as controlling the volume.
Two Handles: Each handle controls the colume of
hot or cold water independently.
Three Handles: The third handle on these
faucets controls a built-in filtration system.
No Handle: Faucets without handles use motion
sensors or touch technology to activate water flow.
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Shop faucets that have been made right here in the U.S.A. Each faucet has been made using materials solely manufactured in the United States.
Kitchen faucets can fit a number of configurations. Depending on the number of holes, your kitchen faucet can have one or two handles, a sidespray, or a soap dispenser. Kitchen faucets can accommodate sinks with multiple holes with faucet centers ranging from 6 to 16 inches wide.
Ceramic Disc: These are becoming the standard in faucets. Ceramic discs have replaced rubber discs inside the spout for a lifetime of drip and leak free performance.
Washerlesss Cartridge: These valves are easier to repair and tend to cost less than other valve styles, but they require more maintenance over the lifetime of your faucet.
Metering and Self-Closing: These valves are used mostly in commercial applications where you want to reduce the amount of water used. When turned on, water will flow for a set period of time, then turn off automatically.
Lever Handle: The most common type of handle, levers are ADA compliant.
Wrist Blade Handle: ADA compliant and often found in commercial faucets,wrist blades provide superior ease of use.
Cross Handle: Cross handles provide a distinct style to complement your kitchen.
Electronic: In order to provide a more hygenic experience,motion sensors are used to activate water flow.
Knob Handle: Commonly made from acrylic, knob handles are not ADA compliant.
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