Today's faucets are commonly made from brass with various finishing such as gold plating and powder-coated enamel. However, brass contains lead which can cause lead poisoning that will eventually lead to many serious health problems. Due to this, all faucet manufacturers in the U.S. are not allowed to include more than 8 percent of this substance in their brass faucets, according to the Safe Drinking Water Act. If you are concerned about your health, you might want to look into other alternative such as ceramic faucets since ceramic does not contain dangerous chemicals that might harm our body.
The two handle wall mount faucets come in styles ranging from old country farmhouse like the American Standard Heritage Wall Mount to the super modern contemporary (I'm to cool to talk to you) Kohler Karbon Wall-Mount. These faucet styles have a lot of character and personality, not to mention they are very functional and good conversation pieces. If you've got some flair in your personality, these faucets might be the way to go. Another catchy faucet which tends to aire on the traditional side is the Bridge Faucet. This is still a two handle faucet, just turned upright with some of the plumbing that is usually hidden under the counter now above-board. Some of these look like they could be the first faucet ever invented and they probably were fashioned this way back in the day. So if you want to go REALLY old school and are planning on having the founding fathers over for supper, the Pegasus Bridge Style Faucet might be for you.
Two-handle faucets (one hot and one cold) are not as popular as one handle because they are not as easy to use. They do have a classic look that makes a strong fashion statement in Victorian and other period style kitchens.
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