Kitchen Faucet And Their Types

Faucets are an integral part of a kitchen where everything needs to be cleaned and washed before use. Imagine yourself in a kitchen without a faucet, you would be running to the washroom for washing your hands every now and then. With the evolution of science, faucets have evolved as well; there are so many types to choose from that one would be spoilt for choice. A good faucet is one which runs for a long time without being corroded, and one which does not need to be repaired frequently. The following is a list of kitchen faucet which are widely used in the modern day kitchen.

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Pull Out Faucets

These are the most used kitchen faucet because they are easy to use and very forgiving. They are ideal for the kitchen because they can be operated with one hand, just in case the other hand is busy holding something. The temperature can also be adjusted easily, so one will be able to use it for both warm and cold water. An integrated spray will help one, to move easily from the sink to the counter. So, in case you need to wash something big which cannot fit into the sink, then you can always take the liberty of using this faucet elsewhere.

Pull Down Faucets

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These are the opposite of the aforementioned faucet. They can easily be pulled down, in case one has a much deeper sink. One can move about the vent and ensure that the water flow is from the correct height. One of the most widely used kitchen faucet, they are made from different types of metals, to provide with a variety of finishes.

Motion Detection And Two Handle Faucets

Motion detection faucets are becoming popular by the day, as they sense the need to spray water. Mostly used in hotelsĀ and malls, they are fast gaining popularity at residences as well. The two handle faucet is one of the oldest kinds of kitchen faucet and is still very popular with the traditionalists. Being able to control cold and hot water from separate handles is an advantage, so people find it very convenient to use opposed to the modern types of faucets.