We are in the middle of a major kitchen remodel and our contractor just let me know that my choice for fixtures needs to be finished immediately. I have looked at a lot, but not made many final decisions. I do know that I want Delta kitchen faucets. I really like the variety of styles that Delta kitchen faucets come in. We are going for a dark wood, granite look in our new kitchen and a silver kitchen faucet is like a piece of jewelry in the room. I have narrowed my choice down to two. The first Delta kitchen faucet I like is old fashioned and stately. It looks like it would be at home in an old farm kitchen. It has two handles, one for hot water and one for cold water. The spout is high and arched. It is easy to get large pots under it to fill them. The faucet looks like it could have been my grandmothers. The other Delta kitchen faucet I like is really sleek and modern. It has one handle that controls the water temperature. The spout is angular and stunning. The spout removes from its mounting and acts as a sprayer. There is no need to have a different spout for both jobs. Both of these faucets are high quality and long lasting and would look great and function well for years in our home. Now I just need to make a decision!Share
26 August 2013
After I inherited my parents manufacturing business, I realized that there were a few challenges that they hadn't addressed earlier on in their careers. For starters, the company was missing several safety protocols that I knew could help to fend off injuries and accidents. I started focusing on bringing things up to modern code, but it didn't come without its share of challenges. I wanted to make this blog to help people to know how to identify and resolve challenges that could cause problems in the long run. Read more about this topic on this blog filled with great content about manufacturing.