Faucets are one of the most frequently used accessories in the bathroom. Aside from choosing beautiful shapes and styles The selection of taps should be suitable for use. And has a form suitable for the shape of the sink. For use conveniently and perfectly in choosing a basin faucet. There are 3 considerations as follows:
- The height of the faucet
- The length of the faucet
- Water flowing degree
The height of the faucet
The height of the faucet is The height from the base to the faucet. Affecting the ease of inserting hands to support water for tap installed on the sink. The height of the tap should be suitable for the depth of the sink. If the basin is shallow and use a short tap. You won’t be able to insert your hand to support water. In case of using a sink installed on the counter then it is necessary to use a faucet that is sufficiently high to be able to bracket the edge of the sink. Therefore, you should choose a tall tap to have a suitable height for use.
The length of the faucet
We measure the length of the tap from the hand crank area or the water stop to the tap. The length of the tap increases the space for putting your hand in the water more conveniently. Most often used with large tubs If used with a small basin. The long end of the tap may be clutter. In case of using a sink installed under the counter, recommend to use long tap because the basin takes up space under the counter. If the normal tap is installed the tip of the tap is less protruding. Like the sample image on the right.
Water flowing degree
Conventional taps have a water flow design from different taps. The water flowing degree makes it convenient to use it well. Therefore, even if using a short tap, if the degree is tilted out, it can work well like a long stem where water flows straight down. The tap shape does not always determine the degree of water flow. Sometimes it is necessary to observe the water hole at the end of the tap or view information from the manufacturer’s website for accuracy.
When choosing a faucet of any type, you must always be considered in conjunction with the wash basins used together. Therefore, the faucet should be placed relatively to the sink you are interested in to always see the right fit.