The size of bathroom sink faucets is different since they are not designed to fit sinks universally. This means that excluding specialty built custom work, bathroom faucets are fabricated in one of four different configurations to accommodate the most common and fancy faucet types:
Single-hole sink faucets feature a compact design and water-mixing valves within the faucet housing, which gives you the ability to control the temperature of the water with only one hand. You can find the temperature easy and free up your other hand for teeth brushing or other getting-ready tasks. They’re also easier to install because they don’t require multiple holes to be drilled into your countertop or sink vanity.
Centerset faucets feature a deck plate that contains the handles and spout in one plate. This type of faucet can be used on sinks and countertops with one to three holes. Centerset faucets require holes with 4-inch centers.
A widespread faucet is generally for larger sinks because it allows for more room between the faucet handles and spout than a center-set faucet.
Vessel sink faucets are tall faucets designed to work with vessel sinks.
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