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Vessel Faucets

Vessel sinks require special vessel faucets as they sit higher and require a taller spout height than traditionally mounted sinks. All of our bathroom vessel faucets are drilled from solid brass, contain copper waterways, are single-handled, and require one-hole installation. Options include our many standard vessel faucets as well as our highly popular glass, bamboo, and stone waterfall faucets. We offer a wide variety of styles from faucets with sleek and elegant curves to ultra-modern and geometrically driven designs. All of our vessel faucets are available in three finishes to fit your personal preference and style.

Features & Benefits
Finishes

Most of our faucets are available in brushed nickel, chrome, and antique bronze finishes. Chrome has traditionally been the most popular choice for bathroom faucets as it is neutral and reflects colors that already exist in the room. Brushed nickel has a lightly textured finish that helps to eliminate small scratches that may occur over time making it a great choice for busy households. Antique bronze has a rich, dark finish of chocolatey gray hues and subtle underlying copper tones.

All of our finishes are applied with Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) and will not chip or flake. PVD is a process that includes a group of vacuum coating techniques that deposit a layer of metal coating over the faucet. This enhances the properties and performance of the faucet material and helps to mask minor scratches that may happen.

Ceramic Disc Cartridges

Single and double handled faucets use disc cartridges to internally control water pressure and temperature mixing. Our faucets use ceramic disc cartridges rather than plastic disc cartridges because they are higher quality and require less frequent repairs. In single-handled faucets, the spout is opened or closed when the two seals surrounding the ceramic disc cartridge slide over each other.

Certifications

Vessel faucets are pressure tested, UPC/cUPC Certified, ADA Approved, NSF Certified, Lead Free, and most are WaterSense Certified. Click here to view full list and all certification descriptions.

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