The bathroom faucet is one of the most commonly used accessories in your home. Not only do you and your family use the bathroom faucet, but all your guests use it as well. Bathroom faucets should be fully functional, high quality, able to stand the test of time and a great way to show off your personal style.
Don't forget to check out what you need for your sink or vanity before choosing the faucet. When searching for a bathroom faucet, there are many designs to choose from. In your search, you will also find different types of valves that may seem scary. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Ceramic disc： Durable ceramic disc valves are typically operated by a single stem and the handle rotates to control flow and temperature. Because the valve coil is based on two hardened, corrosion-resistant ceramic discs, the operation is easy.
Washerless Cartridge： A washerless cartridge is based on the removable stem filter element in the valve, which moves up and down with water pressure and rotates to adjust the temperature.
Solenoid Valve： Electromechanical solenoids are used for motion sensors and non-contact accessories. These automatic valves operate with an internal automatic shut-off solenoid that responds to the sensor that indicates when the water flow should be opened or closed.
Thermostatic Valve： Thermostatic valves mix hot and cold water separately from controlling the flow of the water. It simply sets the desired temperature and mixes the water to that temperature before it leaves the faucet.
Slow Compression Valve： The compression valve must apply pressure to the washer to shut off the water flowing to the faucet, which usually requires turning and tightening the water handle. They usually have a separate hot and cold water handle.
As you can see, it's simple. Now that you understand how they work, look at the different styles you can choose from.
Mondawe Single Hole Faucets： This is the most popular style right now, with a clean and refreshing look. For most sinks, many single-hole faucets can be rebuilt by adding a shield to cover the unused faucet holes. This makes them very versatile, stylish and practical.
Vessel Faucets： Although these holes are also classified as single hole, they need to be particularly coupled with the container sink. They are taller and designed to go above the raised style of a vessel sink.
Widespread Faucets： This is a very classic bathroom faucet. Two-handle style, never out of style, very practical. A newer, widely used faucet can bring new life to your bathroom without the need for an expensive renovation.
Centerset Faucets： The look of the central fixture is very organized. The base contains the appearance of the faucet and eliminates the workbench.
Mini Widespread Faucets： This is exactly what it looks like, a smaller version. These faucets tend to be a bit delicate and sit closer, but do not have the "base" like a centerset.
We also have a wide variety of sinks, including matching faucets with perfect taps. Don't forget to consider your bathroom lighting and bathroom accessories to complete the perfect look. Many brands offer a range of products to outfit your entire bathroom, so bathroom faucets can be used with shower faucets, towel racks, robe hooks, etc.
If you have any questions, you can contact us by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (888)-328-5111 to speak with our customer service for assistance. We'll help you find exactly what you're looking for. A fully coordinated bathroom has never been easier.