How to Choose a Bathroom Faucet
1. Determine the installation type
Single-hole faucets combine the spout and mixing handles into one unit that requires only one drilled sinkhole. It’s important to consider that for retrofits, some models do include a bottom plate that covers existing three-hole openings, so this may be an option as well depending on what you’re looking for. We suggest choosing a single-hole faucet if you have a smaller sink so that you can use the extra space to your advantage.
Centerset faucets fit three-hole sinks and have either a single lever or two handles mounted on a plate. On the other hand, widespread faucets have three separate pieces: two handles and a spout. We suggest selecting a widespread faucet if you have a larger sink as these more prominent faucets become beautiful focal points in the bathroom.
Wall mount faucets provide you with more space on the countertop, which can be used for additional storage or decor, or can be kept clear for a clean and sophisticated look.
2. Decide on ideal features
Our bathroom sink faucets are WaterSense-certified for high performance and water efficiency. Utilizing pressure-compensating aerators, these faucets deliver a powerful water flow that uses only 4.5 litres of water per minute, saving 45% more water than standard models. With American Standard faucets, you’ll never have to sacrifice style for water saving.
3. Choose the style and finish
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