Converse Vanity Sinks
Oftentimes, homeowners won’t put enough thought into the faucets that go with their Converse vanity sinks. They just assume one faucet is like the others, but this is far from being the case. Granite Brothers professionals have been installing vanity sinks in Converse TX for years, so we pay attention to the details. We’ll work with you closely on those details so you can be as confident as possible that your bathroom renovation will go perfectly.
A Brief Look at Bathroom Faucets
It might be surprising just how many different kinds of faucets are designed for Converse vanity sinks. When choosing yours, you’ll need to remember that it will need to be compatible with the sink you’ve decided to have installed. Most of the time, faucets will go into pre-drilled countertop holes. In some instances, however, faucets for vanity sinks in Converse TX require special plumbing and installation.
Here’s some quick information on some of the different types of faucets to choose from.
- Center-set – Center-set faucets are the ones that probably come to mind first. They have the spout in the middle and handles on the sides. They will typically work well with most kinds of vanity sinks in Converse TX.
- Single-hole – A single-hole faucet attaches directly to the countertop, and only needs one hold to be drilled. Both single- and double-handle styles are available.
- Vessel sink faucets – You might have seen vessel-type vanity sinks in Converse TX before. The bowl of the sink sits on top of the countertop, rather than being installed below. Vessel sink faucets are typically single-hole, and also usually significantly taller than regular faucets.
- Wall-mount faucets – These are, of course, mounted to the wall directly over the sink. This can help you preserve countertop space, but it might mean your plumbing needs to be moved.
Granite Brothers experts can tell you a lot more about Converse vanity sinks. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can use our convenient online form, or you can give us a call at 210-551-1119.