Great news: you have an endless array of faucet choices for your bathroom remodel. However, that makes decision-making tough. If you just can’t decide what would blend well with your bathroom’s design style, or if efficiency is your main concern, we have some information to help you wade through the possibilities.
The cost of a faucet depends on the size, style and quality. You could find one as inexpensive as $40, or as much as $500 (possibly more for some models). For more help on your bathroom remodel, get in touch with a professional here.
The durability of your bathroom faucet depends on the manufacturer and model that you go with. With normal wear and tear, however, most bathroom faucets will last for years to come.
Bathroom faucets can usually be cleaned with the same cleaning materials used for the sink itself: nonabrasive household cleaner, a soft sponge and warm water. Dry the faucet afterward cleaning to avoid water spots.
Waterfall faucets often feature a platform design where an angled tray hangs by a sloping cylinder. At the center of the platform, a metal rod unleashes a cascade of water that appears to flow more naturally than it would with an average faucet. Another waterfall design looks more old-fashioned, consisting of a faucet pipe made from pewter, brass, or the like.
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