NJW, your columbus ohio contractors, want you to learn what characteristics to look for when choosing your next kitchen faucet.
Faucets help set the tone of your cooking area and can bring welcome drama to a simple sink. The best faucets make a strong design statement and also provide great functionality.
As your residential renovation company we want you to consider style, finish, functionality, and hygiene when selecting a kitchen faucet.
Bridge faucets feature an exposed channel linking handles and spout. The classic bridge design is rapidly reemerging in different kitchen faucet applications ranging from modern to traditional.
Commercial-style faucets, adapted from restaurant kitchens, boast a tall, flexible spray hose that reaches any sink corner.
Gooseneck or high-arc faucets have a tall, arched spout, making it easy to fill deep pots and tall vases.
Pot fillers are mounted on a wall near a range or cooktop to conveniently fill pots.
Pullout or pull-down faucets feature a two-piece spout that functions as both a faucet
and a retractable sprayer.
Single-hole faucets have only one hole piercing the sink deck or countertop, conserving space.
Wall-mount faucets are plumbed through the wall behind the sink. They can look vintage or contemporary. While traditional deck-mount faucets remain popular because of the added functionality of an integrated spray option, wall-mount faucets are gaining appeal because they offer easy cleaning of the sink surface and lend a clean, uncluttered look.
While polished-chrome and stainless-steel finishes are the most popular, homeowners are looking to different textures and darker finishes, such as brushed nickel or bronze, to make a design and personality statement in their kitchens.
The key feature of every kitchen faucet is its functionality. Both ergonomic
and easy to use, pull-down and pullout models are favorites in terms of function. With a wall-mount faucet or a deck-mount version without an integrated spray, a coordinated side spray serves the same purpose.
Hygiene is of the utmost importance in the kitchen. Hands-free faucets featuring electronic sensors that start the water when you place your hands under the tap not only help cooks avoid cross-contamination but also make cooking and cleanup easy. Touch faucets are also available, which turn on and off with the light touch of a hand or arm to any part of the faucet or lever.
From helping you choose a faucet that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, to all of your residential renovation needs, NJW is on your team. Let’s work together to create a space that speaks to you and your needs.
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