Kitchen sinks with one hole typically fit single-handle faucets. Some two-handle units can accommodate sinks with a single hole.
Two-hole sink configurations are typically suited to single-handle faucets and an accessory such as a sprayer or soap dispenser.
Two-handle faucets require three holes, one for each handle and one for the spout. Three hole sinks can be installed with or without deck plates.
Sinks with more holes allow you flexibility during installation. With a single- or two-handle faucet you can use the remaining holes for accessories, or cover any unused spaces with sink hole covers. You can also install units with or without deck plates.
You can install a sleek, single-handle faucet on a sink or countertop with up to 4-holes by using a deckplate to cover the unused holes. Many new faucets come with an optional deckplate included.
Turn your faucet on and off with a wave of the hand
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Faucets come with an adaptor plate to cover unused holes
A kitchen faucet is one of the most frequently used devices in your home. You use it to prepare your food, wash your dishes and silverware, and to rinse off your hands. But today’s kitchen faucets are light years ahead of your grandmother’s kitchen faucet. Nowadays kitchen sink faucets offer exciting new features and enhanced functionality designed to provide ease-of-use and years of trouble-free operation. Our modern kitchen faucets offer an exciting mix of innovation, style and functionality to meet the demands of every household.
Selecting the Right Kitchen Faucet
Before choosing a kitchen faucet, you should consider how you use your faucet on a daily basis. Whether you’re making that first cup of coffee in the morning, preparing snacks or meals or entertaining guests, we can help you select the right kitchen faucet. We offer many types of kitchen sink faucets to choose from, including trendy touchless faucets, spot resistant faucets for busy households, one, two, three and four hole faucets, and faucets with sleek finishes. You’ll also find an incredible array of stylish pull-down kitchen faucets and pull-out kitchen faucets.
Kitchen Faucets by Fit & Finish
Knowing your sink's configuration and how many holes are in your sink or counter is also an important consideration. While most sinks have anywhere from one to four pre-drilled holes, this won’t limit your options. Many kitchen sink faucets come with an optional deckplate to cover unused holes, allowing you to easily replace a two-hole kitchen faucet or four-hole kitchen faucet with a sleek, one-handle faucet.
When choosing the finish for your kitchen faucet, consider a finish that complements your kitchen’s decor and coordinates with your lighting and appliances. Popular finishes include chrome, bronze, black, brass, white and stainless steel kitchen faucets.
Let Us Show You How
Our how-to guides can show you how to remove a kitchen faucet and how to install a single handle kitchen faucet. And if you need your kitchen sink faucet installed, let one of our dependable service professionals install it for you.
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