Single Handle Bath Faucets
are much easier to use than double-handle faucets. You only have to turn a single handle to open and close the faucet, making this type of faucet the choice of many older people. People with arthritis and infirmity can easily turn a single-handle faucet without any problems.
Among the features of a single handle bath faucet is the drip-free cartridge made of the latest ceramic mixer technology, which provides high resistance to temperature extremes. A drip-free cartridge also ensures smooth transitions from low to high water flow. Another great feature of a single-handle bath faucet is its easy-to-install design. It comes with a deck plate for a one or three-hole installation, a metal pop-up drain assembly, and pre-assembled supply lines. It is also compatible with most standard water pressure systems.
Single Handle Bath Faucets are simple to install and upgrade. They come in many different styles and finishes, making it possible to find one that is unique to you and your home. Single handle bath faucets are great for smaller sinks because they are easier to turn on and off with your elbows and wrists. However, single-handle faucets may not be the best choice for bathrooms with children as it can be difficult to adjust the water temperature as you prefer.
Choosing the right faucet is important because it will affect the style of your bathroom. It should complement the basin, the cabinetry and the accessories. You should also pay attention to the finish of the faucet, which can match your color scheme and accessories.