Kitchen faucet mounting type
Once you will choose a kitchen faucet you will need to know if your faucet mounts on the wall or onto the sink. Both types have their specific mounting standards and designs. More widespread are deck-mounted faucets (the ones that are mounted directly onto the sink). They also have a wider range of styles and finishes to choose from.
Number of holes in the sink
Choose the faucet with the best connection
The water faucet for the kitchen has a lot of types. In terms of material, people generally assume that stainless steel will be far better than plastic in dealing with leaks. In fact, the factor that determines leakage is not material or material but the design of the faucet connection. Make sure the connections are perfectly designed, complete with rubber covers, and other details that will prevent leakage when used.
Choose a faucet with a spray head
You should know each faucet has a pattern and strength of different water streams. Some are flowing fast with power concentrated at one point, some are flowing slowly without excessive force, so that the stream is scattered like a bathroom shower head. Each model of spray-head is certainly intended for different needs.
To simply rinse or wash kitchen utensils that are not too dirty, a stream that spreads like a shower might be better. However, to wash dirty dishes with stubborn stains, a strong one-way shower will be better. To make it easier, choose a faucet with a spray head where you can adjust flow and strength as needed.
Better to choose a faucet with a flexible neck
Choose the style and finish
- Brushed Chrome
- Brushed Nickel
- Matte Black
Choosing a kitchen faucet is a matter of taste style and design. But also, we must take into account certain technical factors and features. Here are only the best kitchen faucets, based on rigorous selection and reviews suitable for any kitchen design.