As you look to purchase the perfect new faucet for your kitchen, the type of sprayer is always key. Most modern kitchens feature a single faucet spigot that serves dual purpose as a sprayer. But do you need a faucet that pulls down or one that pulls out?
When you are looking at faucets, think carefully about what you typically do in your sink. Pull-down faucets often have a shorter hose inside the spigot, limiting the reach of your sprayer. Pull-out faucets, on the other hand, typically have a much longer spray hose and allow you to really use the sprayer in a wide range of areas. This can be extremely helpful if you have a larger sink to keep clean, a super-sized pot that you often fill on the counter, or maybe even prefer to do dishes by hand and need more spray capability.
One possibly unusual consideration for selecting a pull-out kitchen faucet is the height of the people in your household. Pull-down faucets, as their name might imply, tend to hang lower and be easier for people to reach. This can be an issue, though, if you share your home with small children whom you don’t want reaching the faucet and creating a wet mess in your kitchen. In those cases, choosing a pull-out kitchen faucet that is another inch or two higher out of reach could save you many rolls of paper towels.
When I buy any product I look for durability first, and that’s where the Kraus KPF-2110 really shines. Both the base and the pull-out spray head are heavy-duty stainless steel. This is a product built to last. Stainless steel will match with any kitchen décor and will be easy to clean. Not only is Read More
The 1-handle pull-out faucet from Pfister’s “Pfirst” series of kitchen faucets is a highly functional kitchen faucet. One of their cheaper faucets, the Pfirst series 1-handle faucet is optimal for someone that’s on a budget. Pfister is known for their great functionality and their high-quality Read More