Bathroom faucets are a necessary component of any sink area or space in general as they provide water flow and access to the water pipe system in general. Here at CopperSmith, we put just as much time and energy into our bathroom faucets as we do our sinks. This ensures a perfect pairing that will prevent damages, and repairs and promote a long life span. Using state-of-the-art copper, brass, stainless steel and more you can expect to find any faucet that is fit for your choosing. From simple pull-downs to high-tech, energy-saving faucets we have something for just about every homeowner and budget.
With two separate handles, 8 inches apart from each other, and their faucet down the middle. These are great for larger and elaborate bathrooms or counter spaces.
Single Handle Center Design
These designs are a bit smaller and more traditional. They fit well into just about any bathroom size and are common in homes.
The future of technology is here with sustainable and energy-saving motionless faucets. With no handles, these use motion detecting sensors to sense when weight is below the faucet, and a great energy saver. This is a trending faucet for people looking to build more sustainable homes. They aren't the most functional for kitchen use if you are trying to run water for a long amount of time, but are ideal for bathroom and workstation sinks.
Single Hole Faucets
These guys are one of our best sellers for small bathrooms as they are ideal for taking up menial space. Only taking up about 1 ¾ of the counter.
Waterfall faucets are pretty tall and slim in size. They sit at about 10” high and are ideal for being able to reach over vessel sinks.
Your faucet plays an important part in your bathroom for allowing sufficient water pressure and cleaning. A faucet is essential for being able to carry out the functions of your bathroom sink such as washing your hands and other items.
Materials like brushed nickel or stainless steel faucets tend to be some of the easiest to clean. Brushed nickel prevents finger spots and watermarks and stainless steel is always a go-to material for its durability and antibacterial properties. Chrome is another material extremely easy to clean and prone to rust and tarnish. Solid brass is higher maintenance and will show fingerprints and watermarks. On the other hand, brass faucets are one of the most durable and the best for hard water.
Rust is something to keep in mind when finding your perfect bathroom faucet, although thankfully here at CopperSmith almost all of our materials help prevent rust and tarnish, especially if taken care of properly. Copper is known for its evolution as a material and even increases in value over time. There is an entire antique market dedicated to copper sinks and their parts for their evolving looks and slight color change.
Depending on what you get, there are many moving parts that can come with or are sold separately to add to your faucet. CopperSmith offers accessible pieces for any necessary add-on or repairs you may need or want. Valves are essential for any faucet and It is best to get a ceramic disc valve rather than a ball valve as these are much more durable and have a longer lifespan. The average design of faucets is similar in their general layout. Most bathroom faucets regardless of the style will include a spout, a base (whether it’s a center design or waterfall, etc), as well as either one or two handles.
We provide quality and affordable kitchen faucets here at CopperSmith for a variety of budgets.
Choosing your material wisely is an important part of deciding on which bathroom faucet to get. Coppersmith high-quality materials such as nickel, copper, and stainless steel are great long-lasting options for durability. High-grade stainless steel is used to make commercial faucets which are some of the most durable on the market, often utilized for industrial use.
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Whether price, material, durability, or cleanliness is your guiding factor. Let CopperSmith give you the perfect bathroom faucet for your new sink. There is no reason to invest in a high-quality sink basin if it doesn't have the faucet to keep up with it. For extra support and guidance in your shopping feel free to give us a call and one of our CopperSmith brand specialists will help you with your experience.
What kind of bathroom faucets are there?
There are tons of different styles of bathroom faucets to choose from.
Widespread bathroom faucets have two separate handles, 8 inches apart from each other, and their faucet down the middle. Made for larger and elaborate bathroom counter spaces.
Single handle and center set design faucets are a bit smaller and more traditional. They fit well into just about any bathroom size.
Single-hole sinks are ideal for much smaller bathrooms because they only take up about 1 ¾ inch of space of the counter.
Waterfall faucets are taller, sitting at about 10” high, and are great for being able to reach over vessel sinks.
If you get the picture here, there are a ton of styles of bathroom faucets to choose from including finishes, materials, and the way it is mounted. Regardless of what you go with, Coppersmith makes all faucets handmade and crafted to fit perfectly and compatible with the sink of your choosing.
What kind of bathroom faucet is easiest to install?
Center Design Faucets or Single Handle faucets are some of the most popular for their easy installation process and convenience. Simply place the faucet and fasten it into the correct sized hole. There is really not much more to these and this is probably why they are some of the most commonly sold styles at CopperSmith.
What bathroom faucet is easiest to clean?
Brushed nickel or Stainless steel faucets are some of the easiest to clean. Brushed nickel prevents finger spots and watermarks. Stainless steel is always a go-to material for its durability. Chrome is another material extremely easy to clean and prone to rust and tarnish. Solid brass is more difficult to clean and will show fingerprints and watermarks. On the other hand, brass faucets are one of the most durable and the best for hard water.
What style of bathroom fauces is trending currently?
Wide spread designs are trending in more upscale and larger living areas and bathrooms for their separate water-handed and center faucet placement. Of course, the waterfall is another trend setter as the vessel and oval sinks trend.
How do I choose a good bathroom faucet?
Choosing the right bathroom faucet will depend the most on your sink. For example, small one-bowl sinks with little counter room or space will not be compatible or ideal with a Wide Spread design. Keeping the size and space of your bathroom in mind and the kind of sink you have are the two most important things when choosing a faucet. Wall-mounted sinks are also an option but are usually more common for the bathtub/shower area.
What kind of valve should my faucet have?
It is best to get a ceramic disc valve rather than a ball valve as these are much more durable and have a longer lifespan.
What is the most common material used for bathroom faucets?
CopperSmith makes faucets in some of the most popular and sought-out materials and finishes. These include nickel, chromium, stainless steel, copper, and solid brass. All handcrafted and built to last, each with its own unique features that make them unique.
What bathroom faucet has the best water power?
Honestly, your water power will depend more on your actual water pipes and energy more than anything. While some styles may provide certain features, water pressure is not one of them although faucets can be adjustable to decide how much water pressure you want. But the overall maximum water pressure your faucet can give will expend more on your internal pipe system.
What kind of faucet should I get for a vessel sink?
Finding the right faucet for your vessel sink can be tricky at times because vessel sinks sit raised above the counter, so your faucet must sit high enough to compensate for that. Waterfall faucets are slim and tall at 10” they sit perfectly above a vessel sink for all your bathroom sink needs.
What is a wall-mounted faucet?
A wall-mounted faucet is a faucet that hooks up directly into the wall. This is more uncommon for bathroom sink faucets and tends to be only in bathtub or shower areas of smaller homes. Some commercial or industrial uses may find wall-mounted faucets convenient for saving space in their bathrooms. In general, they aren’t that common for an actual sink faucet in the everyday home because they are much more expensive and difficult to install.