Bollard 120v Line Voltage 60W Aluminum Path Light with One-Piece Etched Glass Shade, 1/2" NPS Threaded
Pagoda 12v Low-Voltage 18W Cast Aluminum Landscape Light with Clear Glass Liner and 1/2" NPS Threaded Base
Deck Light Series 12v Low-Voltage 13W Single-Light Rectangular Cast Aluminum Deck Light with Powdercoat Finish
Well Lights Series 12v Low-Voltage 50W Aluminum MR-16 Well Light with Black Powdercoat Finish and Tempered Clear Glass Lens
Well Lights Series 12v Low-Voltage 50W Aluminum PAR-36 Well Light with Black Powdercoat Finish and Tempered Clear Glass Lens
Spot Light Series 12v Low-Voltage 50W Cast Aluminum Landscape Spot Light with Black Powdercoat Finish and Sealed Clear Lens
Spot Light Series 12v Low-Voltage 50W Cast Aluminum PAR-36 Landscape Spot Light with Black Powdercoat Finish and Sealed Clear Lens
Flood Light Series 12v Low-Voltage Single-Light Cast Aluminum Landscape Light with Tempered Glass Lens
Tiffany-Style 12v Low-Voltage 18W Single-Light Stained Glass Landscape Path Light in Antique Bronze Finish with Tiffany Art Glass Shade
Coventry 12v Low-Voltage 18W Single-Light Landscape Path Lantern with Clear Water Glass Shade
Cranbrook 12v Low-Voltage 18W Single-Light Path Light with Tiffany Art Glass Panels
Spot Light Series 12v Low-Voltage 35W Medium Composite MR-16 Landscape Spot Light with Verde Finish and Clear Sealed Lens
Deck Light Series 12v Low-Voltage 13W Single-Light Round-Front Cast Aluminum Deck Light with Powdercoat Finish
Ashmore Single Light Path Light
Mission 12v Low-Voltage Single-Light 18W Rail or Post Mount Deck Lantern with Honey Art Glass Panels
The Application refers to the usage type of the faucet. As there are many choices of faucets for your Bathroom or Kitchen, making your selection here will help you narrow down to the faucet you are looking for. For example, Are you looking for a Bidet Faucet, Shower Only Faucet, or perhaps a Lavatory (Bathroom Sink) Faucet.
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Due to the wide variety of colors we offer, we have group our faucets together by tones to help you narrow your search
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There are many materials to choose from, each with their own attributes. Some of the more common materials used in Faucets and Accessories are Brass, Stainless Steel, Metal and Zinc Alloys. These offer excellent corrosion and tarnish resistance while allowing many finish options.
Others found in many fixtures such as Sinks, Tubs, and Toilets are various materials such as Vitreous China, Enameled Steel, Cast Iron, and various Acrylics. A few examples are of materials you will find here:
-Brass is derived from alloys of copper and zinc in
a solid solution. In comparison to bronze which
is principally an alloy of copper and tin. Despite this
distinction, some types of brasses are called bronzes.
-Stainless Steel is one of the most hygienic surfaces and very easy to clean. The unique surface is non-porous which will not harbor dirt, grime or bacteria. Stainless Steel has a high tolerance to corrosion while offering a useful life expectancy of over 100 years!
-Vitreous China offers a long lasting, sparkling surface that resists scratches, fading, and will provide a long lasting finish.
-Enameled Steel is less expensive but very durable and easy to clean. Enameled Steel is the choice when economy is required.
-Various Acrylics are used for most specialty baths. for its forgiving nature and flexibility. The non-rusting surface also allows the inclusion of whirlpool or therapeutic jets as the material can be easily modified.
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This will be the measurement from the floor to the highest point on the fixture.
The width is the measurement from front to back in inches.
This measurement defines how deep and item is or protrudes.
Example - A sink bowl may be 8 in depth.
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