If you're looking for a way to liven up your bathroom, consider installing new faucets. This simple change can give a whole new look to your bathroom.
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Faucets come in three basic styles. Double-handle faucets, as the name implies, use separate handles for hot and cold water. Single-handle faucets are available as push-pull faucets, which, like the one seen here, are pulled straight out and rotated to adjust temperature, or tilt faucets, which are tilted back and moved from side to side to adjust the water mix. Some single-handle faucets use levers, which can be easier for children or people with arthritis to use.
Quality is the first thing to consider when purchasing a faucet. You don't necessarily have to buy the most expensive faucet, but you want to be sure that it will give you trouble-free service for several years.
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