Filtration faucet ( pre-emptive) dilemma
We may want to install a filtration system under the sink at a future date ( budget considerations) but since we are putting in a new countertop ( Silestone) with an undermount sink, and having a faucet, sink dispenser and air gap installed on the countertop, should I ask for another hole to be drilled now, for where a filtration faucet for hot/cold water could go?
My dilemma is that we have no idea at this time of what brand of filtration system we may buy later ; we only know it won't be reverse osmosis.
If we don't buy any system at all, we thought the pre-drilled hole would come in useful for future buyers of our home ( tentative plan is to sell this home within the next 5 years).
Aren't filtration faucets of varying dimensions, though? If so, could I get away with having a particular diameter hole drilled now and could I get it capped by the installer?
Our faucet, air gap and soap dispenser are all by Moen.
I don't know if it would be wise ( or doable) to drill a hole later, in the countertop and for now, do nothing about this.
Please advise! Thanks!