By |2014-06-27T21:36:01-04:00April 23, 2012|8 McDowell|

Kitchen faucets can be very tricky. We all have preferences, just as we all become accustomed to certain features. Some people like hot and cold water separate handles. Some like spray/aerators separate from the main faucet, while others must have the spray function part of the main faucet.
And, in a way, all this is determined by how many holes you have in your sink/counter top. If you’re installing a new counter top then, of course, you can determine the number of holes and thus the single vs. two or three hole faucet apparatus.
Sounds a bit complicated, no?
I had never come across this! We had lived in an old house where the counter top and sink had just been redone when we moved in, so we lived with what we inherited. Which was fine.
Then, in our present house, we HAD to replace the faucet in the kitchen. It just did not work.
I went with a Delta, very simple, chrome, single handle with spray function, variety.
We have had it for a year and I became increasingly frustrated with it. To pull out the handle/head/spray section was not easy, and fitting it back in was even trickier. And, our sink isn’t very wide and the […]