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Kitchen Faucets

Faucet Type

Faucets

DSF-16KPO00

Bar Faucets

DSF-16KPO01

Bar Faucets

DSF-16KPO02

Faucets

DSF-16KPO03

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Faucets

DSF-16KPO04

Faucets

DSF-17KPO01

Faucets

DSF-17KPO03

Faucets

DSF-17KPO04

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Faucets

DSF-17KPO05

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Faucets

DSF-17KPO06

Discontinued
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Faucets

DSF-18KHF00

Faucets

DSF-18KHF01

Faucets

DSF-18KPO00

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Faucets

DSF-18KPO01

Faucets

DSF-18KPO02

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Faucets

DSF-19KPO00

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Builders Kitchen Faucets

USF-16KPO00

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Builders Kitchen Faucets

USF-16KPO01

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Builders Kitchen Faucets

USF-17KPO00


Faucet Styles

Different faucets can perform different tasks around your kitchen sink. Make sure to find the one that fits your needs as well as your style.

Faucet Features to Look For

New technologies for the kitchen faucet have come from modern improvements in kitchen design, while some existing features have been around for years. They're made for your convenience, so choose the ones you think will be the most useful for your household and budget.

Touch/Touchless Kitchen Faucets - Touch or touchless faucets use sensors rather than handles or levers attached to the spout body to turn the water on and off based on hand movements, bringing hands-free technology into the kitchen.

Kitchen Faucets with Sidespray - Some faucets come with matching side sprays that match the style and design of the faucet.

Magnetic docking - Magnetic docking allows the faucet head to magnetically mount to the spout on pull down or pull out faucets, making one-handed operation easier and faster.

Flow Rate/GPM - The flow rate is the amount of water released by the faucets per minute in gallons. The normal faucet has a flow rate of 2.2 gallons per minute (or GPM), and many contemporary faucets incorporate water-saving technologies that help save water without compromising the faucet's functionality.

Includes escutcheon - An escutcheon is a beautiful plate that complements the faucet's aesthetic while also concealing any unused holes in the deck. For example, if a single hole faucet is installed in a sink with three holes, an escutcheon can be used to conceal the previously unused holes and sealed to prevent water damage beneath the sink.