A Faucet for Every Bathroom
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A centerset faucet has a spout and two handles (hot and cold water) connected by a deckplate. It is made for a three-hole installation, with the center of the outer two holes measuring 4-inches apart. It is a common bathroom faucet choice, thanks to its functionality and variety of styles.Explore Centerset Faucets
A single post has a spout and one handle together on the faucet body. The handle toggles directions to change water temperature. This type of faucet is made for a single-hole installation, but often has an optional deck plate, if needed, to cover other holes. The classic design has helped it grow in popularity.
A widespread faucet has three separate parts – a spout and two handles (hot and cold water). Each is individually mounted to the sink or counter, and the handles can be anywhere from 6- to 12-inches apart. The faucet elements give the illusion of floating on the surface because there is no deckplate connecting them.