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Faucets redux! Water flow?

Posted by southboundtrain (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 30, 11 at 11:30

I think I have read 1000 postings about faucets! I still have one more question and that is about water flow. My current old Moen single lever faucet has a strong aerated stream. Will I have a problem with the flow of a new faucet? I'm leaning towards a pull down.
Thanks to all posters. I've mostly lurked for years, benefitting from all the knowledge shared by posters. I've yet to do a single thing to my kitchen (or bath, or floors . . .) but am getting close!


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RE: Faucets redux! Water flow?

I can only speak from my own experiance. My house has never had great water pressure. We recently renovated our kitchen and in the process replaced a Delta single lever faucet with a Blanco 2 knob pull down unit. The normal aerated stream is at least as good as it was with the old faucet and the spray is more than adequate.


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