Kitchen Remodel: Things to Consider When Replacing Faucets

Things to consider when replacing faucets

Kitchen Remodel: Things to Consider When Replacing Faucets

For every one hour spent in the living room, the average American spends 5.6 hours in the kitchen. So, it’s important to have faucets that fit your needs but also have an attractive design and work within your budget. But where do you start? Here are some things to consider when replacing faucets.

Things to consider when replacing faucets

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Things to Consider When Replacing Faucets

Faucet Fit

First, you need to make sure the fixture you select will fit the sink. Check that the mounting holes in the sink are compatible with the faucet you have selected. It may be necessary to replace your sink if it does not match the faucet. Plus, if it won’t connect to the water pipes then you will need to examine other options. 


What features do you want in your new kitchen faucet? Do you need a faucet with a sprayer? One handle or two handles? A pullout or pulldown faucet head? A traditional or modern style? 


If you’re replacing a faucet, it’s likely you’ve been thinking about other areas of your kitchen you’d like to remodel or update. Or, maybe this is the final phase of your remodel. Either way, it’s important to establish a price range. (Are you thinking about replacing your drop-in or undermount sink with your new faucet?)

A kitchen faucet needs to be reliable, but it’s also one of the first things people notice. The color, style, and how it works within the space are important considerations when looking at your next kitchen faucet. 

And there are faucets at every price point to work within your budget so you’ll have something left for those new countertops.


Looking for a new kitchen faucet? Talk to the experts at Agentis Kitchen and Bath. We’re ready to help.