When you’re choosing a new faucet for your kitchen, one of the first decisions you need to make is whether you want a faucet with a built-in sprayer or one with a separate spray nozzle. It sounds simple, but the choices on the market can be overwhelming!
A key influence for your decision may be your sink itself. If you’re replacing an existing faucet without changing the sink, the hole for a separate sprayer may already be exposed. In all likelihood, there is no way to cover that hole that doesn’t look forced or take away from the beauty of your new kitchen faucet. So a kitchen sink with a separate spray nozzle is a must.
You may also find that you just prefer having your faucet and sprayer separate. Many people like being able to lightly depress the button on your sprayer and still have water coming from the faucet. This isn’t possible if you choose a kitchen faucet that has the sprayer combined with the main spigot. Or you may have small children that you don’t want reaching the sprayer and coating your kitchen in water. Whatever the case may be, a new faucet that has its own sprayer may appeal to you.
Pfister creates some of the most highly rated kitchen fixtures available in the US. As well as a large number of accessories. They’re known for their great features and stylish design, and the Cagney 1-Handle Pull-Down faucet is no exception. It offers a wide range of useful features and looks Read More
The Delta 4453-SS-DST Linden Single Handle Kitchen Faucet with Spray is manufactured in the USA by Delta Company. Delta thoroughly covers this faucet under the unlimited lifetime warranty and boasts of lasting for up to five million uses. This faucet is eco-friendly and conserves water although you Read More