Most people know TheRTAStore for great Kitchen Cabinets. What they don’t know is we also have a line of Ready to Assemble Bathroom Vanities and Faucets. We’ve compiled a short list of some of our top 5 favorite bathroom faucets all in one count down list. Read on to find out more!
5. Touchless Faucets are a relatively new type of technology. They are extremely convenient; they help to conserve water, and help to prevent the spread of germs. These faucets are very attractive and use sensors to work. Most run on batteries or A/C power and are available in a single temperature setting.
While these faucets are very convenient they do consume a lot of energy, and are very expensive due to their innovative technology. If you’re a DIYer this isn’t something you’d be able to install on your own. You will need to call in a qualified plumber to install this type of faucet.
4. Single Lever Spouts are available in two styles; the center-set single-handle faucet and the single-hole faucet. This type of faucet features a lever that moves up and down as well as side to side to control pressure and temperature.
If you’re looking for a faucet that’s a great space saver and is inexpensive a Single Lever Spout is a great option.
3. Wall Mounted Faucets are a very beautiful and distinctive type of faucet that can give a bathroom a contemporary look and feel. These types of faucets are typically installed in the wall above the sink. It has a longer spout, which makes it an excellent choice for paring it with a pedestal sink or a standing basin.
Like Touchless Faucets this isn’t a faucet you can install on your own. You’ll need contact an experienced plumber to install it for you.
2. Wide Spread Faucets are available with a spout and two handles. One controls the hot water and the other controls the cold water. These types of faucets tend to be more expensive than other types of faucets and they take up more space.
1. Waterfall Faucets offer a more modern and contemporary look to any bathroom. They are typically available in a glass plate design where the angled glass tray hangs a couple of inches lower than the sink basin. When you raise the lever water pours down the glass tray in to a waterfall formation.
If the glass tray design is too modern for your tastes there are other more traditional types of waterfall faucets available called spout faucet designs.
Visit the bathroom vanities faucet section of our website to see our full line of bathroom faucets. And don’t forget to follow our RTA Faucets and RTA Bathroom Vanities boards on Pinterest for more design inspiration!