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Without a doubt, one of the most important elements of any kitchen, or kitchen counter is the tap, or the faucet. It’s one of the most hard-working elements ever, and you just can’t get a kitchen without one. nowadays, there are a lot of taps that have smart features while looking its best aesthetically. There are traditional designs, and there also are traditional, classic ones with familiar mechanisms and the like. With that said, here is a look at the two different body types of kitchen taps for sale, which include the one-tap and the two-tap hole.

One-Tap Hole

There are a lot of options available for One-Tap holes, which includes Monobloc Taps, One-Handle, where the lever can either be on its top, where it gets moved up and down, and there also are side levers where it gets pulled out and pushed in to turn it on or off. This is the most common type among contemporary set-ups, and is also one of the best if you are working in a small space, or if you have a busy kitchen that needs space for other tools and/or appliances. This is due to their simplicity and functionality. There also are two-handled types.

Two-Tap Handles

If you have a busy kitchen that needs a lot of washing, then this is the best option for you, or if you need a separate faucet for hot and cold, or would want the sink to flush faster, then this is the type for you. Having two tap holes allows you to have either a pillar tap, or a deck/bridge mixer tap. The primary purpose of this is for either faster flow or for you to have a more focused flow for hot and cold. Bridge mixer taps allows for dilution of hot and/or cold water.

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