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Remodeling whole house with 3.5 baths. Great timing.
Thanks OP!
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Remodeling whole house with 3.5 baths. Great timing.
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I really like the dual handled faucets. I just wondered are you thinking about the single handled faucets? I am just curious if they are popular at all.
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Nice, in for two sets of the Brushed Nickel widespread (2) handle faucets. No more rebuilding the leaking 27 year old heavy brass valves I have now let alone the dated look of the handles/faucet.
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I really like the dual handled faucets. I just wondered are you thinking about the single handled faucets? I am just curious if they are popular at all.
I'm mostly interested in the towel/TP holders.
The house I'm finishing is from 1897 so I'm not using any single handle faucets but they are nice for a modern look
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I really like the dual handled faucets. I just wondered are you thinking about the single handled faucets? I am just curious if they are popular at all.
I prefer to be able to select a temp quickly with one hand.. and that's not really feasible on a dual-handle faucet.

Protip: If at all possible, go in person to get a feel of how these handles work. Most of Delta's models have nice metal-on-metal handles that don't have any give or flex to them.. makes for a premium feel, vs the cheap/plastic feel you get from plastic components.
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I prefer to be able to select a temp quickly with one hand.. and that's not really feasible on a dual-handle faucet.

Protip: If at all possible, go in person to get a feel of how these handles work. Most of Delta's models have nice metal-on-metal handles that don't have any give or flex to them.. makes for a premium feel, vs the cheap/plastic feel you get from plastic components.
I too prefer the single faucet for temperature regulation and general function, but for looks I just like the two faucet. Plus being cheap I would definitely go for the single faucet.
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I'm mostly interested in the towel/TP holders.
The house I'm finishing is from 1897 so I'm not using any single handle faucets but they are nice for a modern look
Thanks for mentioning the tp holder. I didn't post it for for the primary for fear of giving the impression it was the most of today's offering. Glad you could use it. I bet that 1897 house has so nice big thick lumber in it.
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Thanks for mentioning the tp holder. I didn't post it for for the primary for fear of giving the impression it was the most of today's offering. Glad you could use it. I bet that 1897 house has so nice big thick lumber in it.
Beautiful lumber. Balloon frame house with really long true 2x's of all sizes

Been a treat to renovate.
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They had really nice faucets in the pictured style at Costco last time I went for less than half that price. For the few of you that both need one and have a membership there. Also assuming they haven't swapped out stuff and gotten rid of them already.
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Beautiful lumber. Balloon frame house with really long true 2x's of all sizes

Been a treat to renovate.
I bet some of your 2 x 4's are 2.25 in. x 4.5 in.! Nice strong stuff!
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I really like the dual handled faucets. I just wondered are you thinking about the single handled faucets? I am just curious if they are popular at all.
I'm the opposite, I much prefer to easily adjust and select water temperature. I don't understand why two handled faucets are popular. Is there a reason you prefer them?
thanks!
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I'm the opposite, I much prefer to easily adjust and select water temperature. I don't understand why two handled faucets are popular. Is there a reason you prefer them?
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Actually I agree wholeheartedly with the ease of use of the single faucet and would most likely buy that style. I just like the looks of the 2 handle types.
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Dual handled faucets will go much longer without maintenance. Single handle will deteriorate much faster and need a rebuild.
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