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Deck mounted or wall mounted pot filler??

Posted by inspiredisabel (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 6, 13 at 12:43

Which is better?

I originally had wanted a very ornate and textured backsplash area between my range and hood and didn't want to detract from it so I opted for a deck mounted pot filler. I've since changed my mind and the backsplash will be more uniform leaving me with the question...

Stick with the deck mounted pot filler I've already purchased or order a wall mounted one?

Thanks for your help!

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RE: Deck mounted or wall mounted pot filler??

i don't know which is better...but for us we love the wall mount.

i didn't even look at deck mount b/c i didn't want it taking up the space on counter, cleaning around base and generally didn't like the look of it overall.

after having it installed for over a year, we are so pleased with the p/f and glad we installed it. we use it for so much more than just filling the pasta pot, so for us, it was worth it.

i think it would come down to personal preferance in the end but someone with more knowledge might have other points.

we have hansgrohe 'talis c'.

RE: Deck mounted or wall mounted pot filler??

Thanks for your response! The small bit of counter space isn't a big deal to me... I just didn't know if aesthetically one is better than the other.

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