Just like any other product on the market, not all faucets are made the same. Some faucets boast high price points and fancy finishes while other brands offer low pricing and smart package design. How do you know if you are getting a quality product? Good question. Over the years we have heard many questions concerning the faucet quality and its price point.
The kitchen is the heart of the home where we spend most of our time preparing and enjoying meals, and, of course, cleaning up after them. The kitchen faucet is the staple of your kitchen. It not only has to seamlessly blend within the style of your home it also has to function and work just as hard (if not harder) than you.
What features should you look for in a kitchen faucet?
Let me guess, your thinking about redoing your bathroom and you have been looking online for inspiration for the project. There are so many beautiful designs to inspire from online, it's hard to know where to get started, especially when it comes to choosing fixtures.
At the end of the day, we all know there are countless brands of faucets for you to choose from for your bathroom. How do you even get started?
Understanding the most important elements you need out of your faucet may help you narrow down your choices. Cost and style are probably the two driving factors. Other questions you may have revolve around finish, the overall quality, and how long you'll have to wait to receive the faucet when you order it.
You've done your homework, you know your preferences, and maybe you know the details in and out, but did you consider these three things?
A towel dryer (also called: towel warmers, heated towel racks, or towel rails) could be a great option for your bathroom.
But, you might be wondering - are they worth it?
You've probably seen varying styles, prices, and installation types online and have a few questions about them as a potential investment. What's so important about being able to keep my towels warm anyways?
Consider these five questions before you invest in a towel dryer.
Why would I want a towel dryer...what is it exactly?
How long will they last?
How expensive are they?
Are they easy to install?
What are types of towel dryers are available?
After a good shower you are clean, warm, comfortable and relaxed, then you step into the room and reach for your towel...
Scenario 1: You reach for your towel - but, you forgot you used it earlier that day after your (new 30-day fitness challenge - darn those 100 push-ups!) and you grab a cold, damp towel that's harboring germs. You're frustrated you didn't grab a clean towel and now have to get dressed chilled.
Scenario 2: You reach for your towel - and you grab a warm, soft aired dried towel. Your body stays warm and relaxed as your wrap yourself in the fresh towel. Did you know a towel heated on a towel dryer is around 30° warmer than your skin?
Stay warm and comfortable until you are dry and dressed with a towel dryer.
Matte Black has become a popular option that adds a sophisticated flair to your bathroom fixtures and a timeless elegance.