Kitchen faucet - pull-out/down vs. side spray

ninjabeansDecember 5, 2012

Hello, plumbing experts. I was wondering if anyone out there could tell me whether or not water pressure would be affected if using a side-spray instead of the pull-out/down type of faucet. Basically, I'm trying to convince a client to do a side-spray because I think it will look nicer, but they are concerned that they won't get the same water pressure. Any truth to that?

THANKS!

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tjdabomb

It should be the same either way.

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