Kitchen Taps

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Single-Lever:

The volume and temperature is controlled by one lever, located either on the tap or next to it. If you prefer the simplicity of one control, check out our single-lever models, available in both traditional and contemporary styles.

Browse Single-Lever taps here.


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Pull-Down Spray:

If you prefer a clean sink deck, a pull-down tap may be the right solution. Pull-down taps typically feature a generous spout height as well as multiple spray options – aerated, spray and pause function – for ease of use.

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Pull-Out Spray:

Offering the same functionality as pulldown taps, pullout taps generally have a larger section of the tap that pulls away. If you like a larger grip area, a pullout tap may be more comfortable for you to use.

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Two-Handle:

Many people prefer the familiarity and separate temperature controls of two-handle taps. We offer a wide range of two-handle taps with a variety of handle types, including lever, cross or wristblade handles that are easy to operate.

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Bridge:

A fresh interpretation of a classic tap design, bridge taps can be mounted on a sink deck or wall. Bridge taps feature a two-handled design with a generous swing spout and are available in traditional or contemporary styles.

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Wall-Mount:

If you like little to no clutter on your worktops, a wall-mount tap can help you achieve that clutter-free look. Several of our deck-mount taps, in traditional and contemporary styles, are available as wall-mount taps.

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Pot Filler:

Wonderfully convenient for the home cook, wall, or deck-mount pot fillers are installed next to or above a stovetop, giving you quick access to water without having to transfer pots back and forth to the sink.

Browse Pot Filler taps here.