Deck-mount faucets attach directly to a countertop rather than a wall or the backsplash of a sink. Their effortless installation makes them the most common commercial tap on the market. With a good spout and sink configuration, a commercial deck-mount faucet can help you dispense water for multiple tasks, from handwashing to pot filling in your industrial kitchen.
These commercial faucets are plain but also stylish and simple but also highly functional. They easily fit in a countertop or rest on a sink with pre-drilled holes. Therefore, deck-mount faucet installation is a painless task. A weekend warrior can handle the assembly of this DIY faucet with a deck faucet mounting kit.
Repairs are also undemanding in these faucets. A possible leak can only be visible in their wall-mount counterparts after it turns into a serious problem. As leaks usually occur inside the wall, you may have to remove parts of the wall. However, you can quickly spot and repair such problems in deck-mount faucets before they create more significant issues.
Due to the ease and affordability of installation, deck mount kitchen faucets are the standard ones on the market. That’s why manufacturers usually offer a lot more variability in design. You are sure to find one compatible with your kitchen and budget. The abundance of alternatives makes deck-mount kitchen faucets a great choice also when remodeling your kitchen.
The spout/nozzle types ranging from rigid to double joint enables you to carry out multiple tasks in your kitchen. With a standard swing/swivel spout, you can move the tap to the side of the sink and free up more space for cleaning or other operation. There are also commercial deck-mount faucets without a spout, allowing you to customize your sink. Spout lengths, varying between 2-5 inches to 20 inches and over, increase customizability, too. However, remember that spouts taller than 8-9 inches are not advisable with shallow sinks to prevent water splashing.
Deck-mount faucets come in various faucet centers, which signify the distance between the pre-drilled faucet holes in a sink. Although 4-inch centers are the standard, you can choose up to 8-inch centers. You need to find a faucet with centers that match the holes in your sink.
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