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Kitchen Faucet - Standard Hole Size?

Posted by Crystal6145 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 27, 12 at 13:33

Is there a standard hole size for kitchen faucets? They are installing the granite tomorrow, but I think the faucet I chose is too tall and I will have to get another. Do all or most faucets use a certain size hole so I can go ahead and have them drill it in the granite? What about the soap dispensers? Thanks for any help.

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RE: Kitchen Faucet - Standard Hole Size?

1-3/8" is standard, and they know it.

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