There are many different styles, finishes, configurations, and functions of kitchen faucets to choose from. We can help you find the perfect style of kitchen faucet to match any decor, with the functions that work the best for your needs.
- Pull-Out – Pull-Out faucets take the concept of the old side spray a few steps forward. They have a removable spray head connected to a hose that snakes through the spout, greatly increasing the reach and accessibility of the faucet stream.
- Pull-Down – Pull-Down Faucets are even more convenient than pull-out style faucets because they have a tall goose neck spout that offer more room in the sink for bigger dishes, pots, and pans with a smaller spray head that is easier to maneuver and move around the sink.
- Side Spray – The most common style of faucet with a separate spout and side sprayer.
- Bridge Faucets – Bridge faucets feature a two-handle design with a generous swing spout and are available in mostly traditional styles, but some contemporary options are available as well.
- Touch Technology – Touch Faucets turn on and off with just a touch to the handle or the spout with your wrist, forearm, or hand…. avoiding contamination of your faucet when your hands are dirty.
- 2-Handle – Two-handled faucets generally have a more traditional look and provide one handle each to operate the hot and cold water.
- 1-Handle Attached – A single-lever faucet combines the operation of hot and cold water together, offering more convenience by only requiring the use of one hand, and only requiring the space of 1-hole because the handle is attached to the spout.
- 1-Handle Remote – A single-lever faucet combines the operation of hot and cold water together, offering more convenience by only requiring the use of one hand, when the handle is not fixed to the spout it requires a separate hole cutout for the handle.