Published at Sunday, September 09th, 2018 - 23:43:01 PM. Faucet. By Elsie Richards.
When you stray from Moen and Delta you enter a wilderness of proprietary parts that can be hard to find and expensive as well as more difficult to repair. Picture your kitchen sink faucet out of commission while you wait for a part made in Germany. It happens and it happens much too often. European faucets and some manufactures such as Kohler and American Standard may have great faucet styles but finding a needed part can be tough. You probably will not find those parts hanging on the walls of most suppliers because they have limited supply and distribution. A good question to ask is, "Does this faucet have parts commonly available at most suppliers?" Be sure to take the time to confirm that your salesperson has given you correct information: get a second opinion.
A simple way of knowing the quality of a faucet is looking for the manufacturer‘s guarantee. This shows that the product has a backing from the makers. Needless to say they are confident about what they have put on the market. And in case there is a defect or problem; it would be fixed at no added cost to you. A kitchen faucet is a long-term investment so go for a classic design and not something trendy that you would have to replace in a few months. Furthermore, take into consideration the water pressure. Try to verify the slightest water pressure compatible with the faucet on your buying mind with the seller.
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