Usually the day begins with a shower, I know mine does. Like my morning coffee, I just don’t feel right with out it. Some of us jump in the shower in the P.M. hours to relax or rinse off the sweat from talking too much at the gym. (you know who you are.) There is a huge expanse of showers, showerheads, and shower systems for you to choose from when renovating your bath or just because your current showerhead is an inefficient calcium laden nightmare.
Pretty much there are two types of showerheads – fixed showerheads and hand-held showers. A fixed showerhead is well, fixed as a permanent fixture to your wall. The fixed showerhead is the most common showerhead on the market. Fixed showerheads usually swivel so everyone in the family can bathe accordingly and to hit the shower walls when cleaning. Fixed showers most commonly come in single handle, two handle and three-handle showers.
Hand-held showers are also connected to the wall but with a long bendy hose attached to the showerhead. Some Hand-held showers are installed using a fixed vertical bracket on the wall. These are cool cause they can be adjusted up and down the bracket as needed. The Delta Traditional Three Function Hand Showeris a good example. Hand-held showerheads are great for those with limited mobility or for easier bathing of children and your pal Fido. Hand held showers also make cleaning the tub and shower much easier.
Although a lot of showerheads out there are nice to look at and have multiple massaging options, they aren’t the best at conserving water. For the dude or dudess concerned about saving the planet, you might want to consider a low-flow showerhead. These are categorized as “Green Living” products and will have a little leaf symbol on the product description. Take a gander at the Oxygenics TriSpa Series Multi Function Water Saving Showerhead or the Delta Leland Monitor 17 Series Shower Trim Kit for good examples. Low-flow showerheads so what you think they would do, they save water. Actually Uncle Sam mandates that showerheads can spit out no greater than 2 ½ gallons of water per minute using 80psi pressure, low-flow showerheads are well under that curve and use less water than Ol’ Sammy says is acceptable. Low-flow showerhead allow you to save money by reducing your water bill and the amount of hot water that is used per shower – in turn this helps save on your electric or gas bill.
Now let’s talk about the grand daddy of them all – The Shower System. Not for the faint of heart, A shower system has valves, showerheads, hand showers, body sprays and water outlets all spitting mass amounts of water at you from all directions. All of this madness can be turned on and off individually and the pressure regulated by a volume control. These make the shower experience a lot of fun and if you’re like me you can let your imagination create a multitude of scenarios playing with all the gadgets, but I digress. There are boxed shower systems for the budget conscious like the Moen 275 ExactTemp Vertical Spa Shower System or you can customize your own if you’ve got mucho dinero to play with. The shower system you choose will vary in the number of valves that are used. They can be either single handle, which controls water temperature and flow rate, or dual handled with water temperature controlled by one hand, and water flow rate controlled by the other.
These generally are not for the water conscious like the low-flow showerheads as stated above. Depending on the system you choose or design, it’s recommended to have at least 50 gallons dedicated to these systems and that’s only for about an 8 minute shower!
It’s not all bad news though, if you’ve got the cake to spend, companies out there like Hansgrohe have over 206 WaterSense certified products. They’ve introduced a cool technology into their products called EcoAIR Technology. Basically, it adds air to every drop of water, enabling up to 40% water saving without feeling like you’re getting shafted. If that’s not enough, they also offer a water recycling technology called The Pontos Aquacycle, which recycles shower and lavatory waste water. Of course there’s a price tag along with this technology but if you want the ultimate shower experience without feeling guilty, this would be a good way to go. The Hansgrohe Raindance Series has a ton of options to choose from if your in the market of designing your dream shower.
Have fun picking out your new toys and like I always say, do your homework! With a little research on your end, there’s no reason to not love jumping in the shower everyday. This is supposed to be a relaxing soothing corner of our world where we can wash away the stresses of the day. Until next time, Happy Showering!
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Delta Touch faucets are the perfect way to bring the latest hands free technology into your kitchen and add some aesthetic beauty at the same time. Whether you have children that are constantly leaving dirt and grime on the faucets or you simply want to be able to keep both hands free for cleaning Delta’s Touch technology will make life a little easier.
Delta has made it easy to install these faucets so that the average consumer can do it themselves in seven easy steps by watching this video. Before you begin take the time to open the package and ensure its contents are complete. Prepare your work area by bringing out your assembly tools which should include two adjustable wrenches, a flashlight and silicone incase your counter has rough or uneven surfaces. The seven steps you will follow are listed below along with the pieces that will be required for each, giving you the chance to layout the items prior to watching the video.
1. Install Spout – you will need packet 1, a Phillips screwdriver, the spout and the isolation plate.
2. Install the Valve – you will need packet 2, the faucet valve, the solenoid valve and the hose that is provided in the package.
3. Install the Side Sprayer – please note this step can be skipped if you opted for a faucet without the side spray attachment. You will need packet 3 and the side sprayer unit.
4. Make the wiring connections – you will need the battery box and six double batteries.
5. Connect the Water Lines – you will need packet 4 and two adjustable wrenches.
6. Flushing the lines – you will only need the aeration valve tool that is provided in the package.
7. Test the Faucet Operation – no tools or materials needed.
After these seven easy steps your faucet will be installed and ready for use! For additional information from the manufacturer visit http://www.deltafaucet.com/touch
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Looks like it’s time to replace that worn down calcium laden Kitchen Faucet. Whether you’re remodeling the entire kitchen and installing new Kitchen Fixtures, or just looking to replace that old sputter spout, chances are that you are a little perplexed by the number of choices available on the market today. Let’s break it down by the most common kitchen faucet styles:
Single Handle Kitchen Faucets are a very popular basic style kitchen faucet. They look good and range on the low end of the cost spectrum. Some like the Delta Collins Kitchen Faucet come with a matching side spray, which is great for cleaning all the nooks and crannies and filling those large pots. Plus these lever type models are usually very ADA friendly.
The Single Handle Kitchen Faucet with pull out or pull down spray are really handy and fastly becoming the most popular style. Manufactures have put a lot of stock into these faucets in the recent years, and the wide assortment of styles and finishes show for it. The style that seems to catch every one’s eye and pocketbook lately is the high goose neck. This style has a very high clearance for larger items, some of them can rotate 180 degrees or more and usually come with 32″ of hose so you can water your lawn when you get done with the dishes! They are a bit more expensive like the Delta Pilar Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet but if your looking for a sweet looking multi-function faucet with the pro’s stated above then look no further.
The Two Handle Kitchen Faucet is the more stately and refined of it’s brethren. Depending on your kitchen theme they can be a great compliment to that Tuscan or Victorian type kitchen. A lot of these models also come in the popular high goose neck style for maximum clearance and architectural appeal. Check out the Price Pfister Avalon Double Handle Kitchen Faucet to see what I’m talking about. They range in price from $25 bucks all the way to $1500, so you’ve got plenty of styles and finishes to choose from.
The Two Handle Wall Mount Kitchen Faucet comes in styles ranging from old country farmhouse like the America Standard Heritage Wall Mount Kitchen Faucet to the super modern contemporary (I’m to cool to talk to you) Kohler Karbon Wall-Mount Kitchen Faucet. 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 be on the traditional side is the Bridge Kitchen 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 Kitchen Faucet might be for you.
That pretty much sums up the main categories of Kitchen Faucets to choose from. The last two to mention in this article would be the Kitchen Pot Filler Faucet and my personal favorite The Bar Faucet. For the gourmet in the house or if you’ve got some extra dough to throw around during your remodel, the pot filler is a nifty option. It’s pretty self explanatory in it’s function, so no need to explain this one. A popular model for this one is the Danze Opulence Single Handle Wall Mount Pot Filler. Last but certainly not least is the bar faucet, every thing about this little guy screams entertainment. Sadly, bar faucets are for just rinsing out your martini glass anymore like the 70’s. They are great for doubling as a second kitchen faucet like the Delta Allora Single Handle Pull-Down Bar/Prep Faucet or they can be the source of crisp clean water for your home as a Filter Faucet.
While these are the most sought after kitchen faucet styles, each of these styles have many varieties under them that are designed to provide you with customized functionality for your particular need and wants for your dream kitchen. Take your time and decide what’s right for you, be sure to to your research. You should enjoy your purchase both in it’s aesthetics and functionality for years to come. Happy Shopping!
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Yesterday I wrote about choosing the right Kitchen Faucet for your style, so I figured we’d keep this train a’ rolling with choosing the right Bathroom Faucet. Just like Kitchen Faucets, the array of styles and finishes can become dizzying. While shopping for your perfect faucet, you should keep a couple concepts in mind. Start with the type of handles you prefer, like single handle or two handle, think about your personal style and personality for that matter. Ponder for a bit about the finish you want and does it complement your existing bathroom accessories? Will the faucet you choose easily fit in your current bathroom sink or will you have to hire a plumber or call your Uncle Bob to get this thing installed? Lastly, think about the amount of George Washington’s you want to spend. Do your research and read what you get in the box, some manufacturers package the bathroom faucet separately from the handles so you might need to buy the faucet handles separately. Those sneaky manufacturers! Nothing like getting a nice gift for yourself to find out it’s only two-thirds there.
The difference in price for some faucets is not what they look like on the outside, it’s what’s inside that counts and that’s doesn’t just go for faucets! Some faucets look great at first but then soon start leaking because of the plastic parts on the interior. This means you’ll have to buck up and spend the money you should have spent in the first place on a quality faucet. Again, do your homework and call the customer care department if needed to figure out what exactly you’re getting.
Now, I’ll break down the most popular styles so you can get a better idea what’s out there. Oh, by the way or BTW for all you young folks, the proper term for sink faucet is lavatory faucet. So in your search if you can’t find what you are looking for under “sink faucet” try searching under “lavatory faucet”.
Two Handle Lavatory Faucets are the most common and come in a multitude of flavors. There’s the traditional Centerset, the Mini-Widespread, the Widespread and the Wall Mount. They range from a traditional style like the Moen Brantford Two Handle Widespread Lavatory Faucet to the contemporary side such as the American Standard Green Tea Two Handle Widespread Lavatory Faucet which is discreetly disguised as a pull-out bathroom faucet, very cool! (Check out the pic –>)
The next two are the Centerset Single-Handle and the Centerset Single-Hole. The single handle styles stretch from the 1980’s with the plastic ob-longed shaped pop up handle like the Moen Chateau Single Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet (I think this was in my house when I was a kid!) to the super sleek Price Pfister Bernini Centerset Single Control Lavatory Faucet.
Lastly we have some nice faucets that are the epitome of relaxation. The Roman Tub and Clawfoot Tub Faucets. Roman tub faucets are a really nice piece for that drop-in, free-standing or whirlpool bath tub. The clawfoot tub faucets are nice if your style is very classic, like early 1900’s and you’ve got a nice budget to play with. These faucets look extremly elegant and are intricately detailed, check out the Elizabethan Classics Telephone Tub Filler with Handshower for a good example.
Now that you have a better idea of what you want, let me give you a list of available finishes. Not all of these are available for every faucet of course but it will help you narrow down your search even more. The finishes are: Chrome, Polished Chrome, Brushed Nickel, Satin Nickel, Polished Nickel, Polished Brass, Antique Brass, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Platinum, Acrylic and Copper. And those are just the main ones, sometimes manufactures make up their own finish names just to confuse us even more.
My biggest and best advice to you in this crazy world of faucets is to buy something that YOU like and buy a QUALITY faucet. There are more than enough style’s of quality faucets to pick from to really let your personality shine though in your bathroom. This is your place of solace, a place of relaxation. You don’t want to be hearing that god-awful leaky faucet you got “on sale” every time your try to relax in the bath do you? Until next time, happy bathing!
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Delta’s In2ition showerhead provides a combination of a traditional rain shower unit with a removable showerhead and blends the two into one. The result is a showering experience like no other! You are able to determine whether you want the water to come out of the removable showerhead, the main showerhead or both allowing you to deliver the water exactly where you need it.
Delta’s innovation doesn’t stop at simply blending two showering options into one; the In2ition units also offer anadjustable flow dial that gives you the option to set the pace of the water. Select a massage spray on slow or fast or set the water to stream out steadily, your options for water delivery are endless. Delta even offers a pause button giving you the option to conserve water while shaving or lathering up, an excellent money saving and eco-friendly feature.
The In2ition series contains a special rubberized coating on the nozzle so that you can simply run your fingers over the showerhead and remove build up instantly, a simple and practical way to keep the spray clean and consistent. Delta’s In2ition showerhead is offered in a traditional or classic unit a variety of finishes from Venetian bronze to stainless. Select a Delta In2ition unit today and put the luxury back into your shower!
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Many of us still drink from our Kitchen Faucet on a regular basis. Back when I was a boy we used to drink from the garden hose like there was no tomorrow. As with everything else, water has changed and become less drinkable now a days. There are a lot more pollutants in the air and ground than ever before. Some people choose to go the way of the bottled water but that can become really expensive and it isn’t the best for the environment. The other alternative and one that is becoming very popular is the Home Water Filtration System.
let’s take a look at the most common elements found in our local water. In most locations tap water has chlorine added to kill any harmful bacteria or parasites. It may even have fluoride added for our teeth. There are also other contaminants that our water is safeguarded from including hazardous chemicals from septic tanks and pesticides from your neighbors garden or lawn.
The chlorine kills most of these harmful substances but there are some parasites it can’t kill such as cryptosporidium parvum, which can cause intestinal problems in some people. Not to be alarmed and go running outside waving your hands above your head screaming. This little guys is found in small quantities in some surface waters and normally doesn’t make it’s way to the local water supply to hurt anyone.
What is bothersome is the amounts of chlorine, lead and nitrates that may be in our tap water. The chlorine is meant to help keep the water supply safe but too much of it can also be a bad thing, like everything in life. It can react with the acids from plant material that may fall into the water and form a chemical that is known to cause colon and bladder cancer. Ok, now you can start running outside with your hands above your head screaming.
Lead is a very valid concern, we all know how bad lead paint is for the kidneys, nerves and brain. More alarming, the pipes in some older communities may even still be made of the poisonous material. It only takes a gram of lead in 20,000 liters of water to make it undrinkable. If you are concerned about this, you can use a Water Test Kit to see how much lead if any is in your system.
Another one on this spooky list is nitrates. Coming from runoff, this is more a concern for rural communities but a big concern none the less. Don’t forget about nuisance minerals, they don’t hurt people to drink but can cause issues for laundry (iron in the water causes staining), or bad smells (hydrogen sulfide gas makes water smell like rotten eggs), and calcium and magnesium (which cause hard water, and make it hard to get a lather with soap.)
We’re not done yet, the list goes on and on with dyes, paints, medications, preservatives, radioactive substances, plus minerals like aluminum, arsenic, asbestos, and much more! Thankfully most of these are taken care of by your local water plant, but it’s always possible some could get through and cause harm.
Now that you are thoroughly staring at your glass of water you just poured yourself, let me give you a solution. In my opinion, Water Filtration Systems are the most cost effective and environment friendly way to deliver safe and clean water to your family. They don’t cost a ton of money and you don’t have to feel bad about forgetting to recycle all those empty bottles of water. It’s crisp clean and safe water right from your tap. Water Filtration Systems like the Aqua-Pure Deluxe Drinking Water Systemgo for around $330, filter up to 625 gallons of water and reduce bad stuff like chlorine, lead, VOC’s, MTBE, plus other stuff I can’t even pronounce. They also trow in a handy lead free faucet to sweeten the deal. So basically you are paying pennies per gallon for safe filtered water in your own home.
Besides Drinking Water Systems, there are also Whole House Filters, Reverse Osmosis Systems, Under Sink Filters, Ice Maker Filters and Water Softeners and Treatment (for that egg smell or hard water). If you are looking for a nice designer faucet for a bar or just to compliment your kitchen faucet, there are a lot of Filter Faucets to choose from.
With so many variations to pick from, this should be a serious consideration for your home. This is one small investment that will yield instant savings, and is a good way to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. And if those reasons aren’t solid enough for you, then just sell your purified water to your neighbors and friends at super high prices and call it couture water. Thanks for reading!
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BLANCO introduces a new collection of professional grade pot fillers – including GRACE™ and CANTATA™ – with performance features like a unique swivel aerator that can move to target the center of a pot for filling and shift to rinse down the sides afterwards for soaking. Dual ceramic shut-off valves offer added safety while a generous arm reach adds convenience.
“Pot fillers have become a mainstay in kitchen design convenience as they save backs, hands and wrists from hauling sink water to the stove,” says Tim Maicher, Director of Marketing for BLANCO. “One gallon of water weighs a little over 8.3 pounds. For a large pot of pasta, you could carry as much as 20 pounds of water. Cutting that load by 50% saves time and energy, which is especially welcome when entertaining,” says Maicher.
GRACE Wall Mount Pot Filler
GRACE’s Victorian-inspired rounded sculpting and architectural detailing integrates beautifully with traditionally styled kitchens and fixtures. Available for $725 in café brown (a more durable alternative to living bronze finishes that wear quickly when exposed to cooking oils), $595 in polished chrome and $725 in satin nickel. AB1953 Lead Free Compliant. Extended length at 23-3/4″.
BLANCO CANTATA Wall Mount Pot Filler
CANTATA packs ultimate pro performance in an elegant, understated contemporary design. At home in modern or transitional settings, CANTATA’s rounded corners and sleek levers precisely fold away when not in use. AB1953 Lead Free Compliant. Available for $625 in polished chrome and $695 in satin nickel. Extended length 21-3/4″.
UNIVERSAL Deck Mount Pot Filler
Created with the serious cook in mind, BLANCO’s UNIVERSAL deck-mounted design makes filling large pots effortless – and offers an easy installation alternative to wall-mounted fixtures. Available for $895 in polished chrome and $995 in satin nickel finishes. AB1953 Lead Free Compliant. Overall length 22-3/8″.
BLANCO’s pot fillers are made from the most durable materials available. Solid brass body construction anchors the finely-tuned inner workings, including the long-lasting ceramic disc cartridges and matching soap/lotion dispensers.
– 2.2 GPM flow rate
– Cold water only
Earth Day was founded in 1970 and each year on April 22 is the anniversary of what many consider the awakening of environmental consciousness. Before we started to become ‘hip’ to loving the planet we were driving around in gas guzzling cars while huge industries were producing mass amounts or pollutants and water was being wasted on a unimaginable scale. The environment was seldom a topic on the evening news and an even more distant thought in the minds of most of Americans. The year 1970 marked the beginning of this powerful movement and brought these important issues to main stream America.
It all started eight years earlier with the release of Rachel Carson’s New York Times bestseller “Silent Spring” in 1962. Through her book she raised public awareness, concern for living organisms, the environment and public health. Her book sold an astonishing 500,000 copies in 24 countries and is viewed as a keystone in the modern environmental movement. Eight years later we have the official birth of earth day due to a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin by the name of Gaylord Nelson, he was inspired to do change our current laws and mindset when he witnessed the devastation of a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, CA in 1969. Shortly after, he announced the idea for a “national teach-in on the environment” through the national media and a strong staff of 85; they started to promote events all across America. The end result was 20 million Americans taking to the streets, parks and auditoriums to rally for a healthy and sustainable environment. This was a movement like never seen before in respect to conservation and protection of the planet.
Over the last 42 years we have had great advances in green technologies and a cumulative positive mindset towards environmental consciousness. But it doesn’t end there, and together we all have to do our part to ensure our planet stays healthy for many more generations. That’s why we have compiled this checklist of things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and conserve water. If everyone does their small part, together we can make a big difference. Happy Earth Day everyone!
Earth Day Checklist:
2) Run your washing machine and dish washer only when full.
3) Install a filtered water dispenser instead of buying bottled water.
4) Switch out one day of driving with walking or riding your bike.
6) Keep an eye on your water and energy bill to locate any leaks and update older appliances.
8) Bring re-usable bags when you go food shopping.
9) Look into replacing your tank type water heater with a new tankless water heater.
10) Set a timer when you shower for 5 minutes, this will save hundreds of gallons a month.
11) Put food coloring into your toilet tank, if it shows up in your toilet bowl without flushing, then you have a leak and should replace the toilet flapper. This could save over 500 gallons a month.
12) Swap out incandescent lights for energy efficient fluorescent bulbs.
14) Check your faucets for leaks and replace the cartridge if necessary, it’s a great DIY job.
15) Check to make sure your sprinkler system is not over watering your lawn and only water early in the morning or late in the evening.
16) Keep an eye on the Energy Star rating when buying new appliances, the higher the better.
17) Install water saving aerators on all your faucets.
18) Instant Hot Water Dispensers are a great alternative to running your hot water or using a microwave.
19) Support local organic farms when it’s time to shop for food.
20) Shop for faucets that have an EPA WaterSense label that can save 20% or more than a standard faucet.
21) Turn off all your electronics and lights before you go to sleep.
22) Switch to paperless statements for all of your bills.
23) Garbage Disposals are great for breaking down food waste which is harmful in large quantities when left to decompose at a landfill.
24) Add a ventilation fan in your kitchen, bath and utility room to remove humidity which could cause harmful mold spores.
25) Pass it on! Teaching younger and older generations about environmental conservation is the only way we can ensure a healthy planet.
All our products are manufactured from the highest quality of brass. To maintain the quality finish on these items, please:
- Use only non-silicone caulking adhesive or plumbers putty for installation. Do not use lead based acidic curing adhesive or mastic when installing product. Silicone caulking may also decay the brass material. The use of Blue RTV Silicone during installation will void the product warranty.
- Always test your cleaning solution on an inconspicuous area before applying to the entire surface.
- Do not use any abrasive cleaners, rubbing alcohol, ammonia, detergents, brass or silver polish which will scratch the surface.
- Do not allow soap scum or minerals in water to build up on the surface finish of your product (including toothpaste). These will gradually wear away the protective coating or finish and diminish the beauty of your products. Rinse and wipe product after cleaning to prevent soap scum build up.
- Clean with soft, dampened sponge or cloth.
- Never use abrasive materials such as a brush, Scotch-Brite or scouring pad to clean your finished product.
Applying a coating of non-abrasive liquid wax to the clean surface of the product will protect the finish. Trim Brite, a product of Trim By Design, Inc., can be used on all types of decorative painted and plated finishes. Apply Trim Brite with a soft cloth and let dry. Remove by rubbing gently with a soft clean dry cloth. Trim Brite does not contain harsh abrasives.
We highly recommend using Trim Brite regularly on items finished in Polished Copper (08), Polished Nickel (15), Brushed Nickel (17) and Polished Chrome (26).
Living Finishes and Uncoated Finishes
Rustic Brass (12) is a living finish. Polished Brass, Uncoated (02) is an uncoated finish. Depending on maintenance and use, the finish will naturally weather and change color. Our warranty does not cover living finishes nor does it cover uncoated finishes. Finish colors can vary and change in color is unpredictable.
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Delta’s Pot Filler series brings the commercial quality of restaurant faucets into your home in a design that is flexible and easy to use. The Delta Pot Filler unit is ADA compliant and offers two shut off valves making it easy to turn the faucet on or off whether you are located near the wall or in front of the sink. Crafted from industrial traditions this faucet is capable of delivering up to four gallons of water per minute.
Delta also knows that when you are an avid cook you need to have a faucet that can fill and clean pots and pans quickly and get out of the way when it’s not in use. After researching common uses of pot filling faucets and kitchen sinks Delta incorporated a dual joint design that grants the user the option of having the faucet pulled out into the middle of the sink or pushed back to the wall freeing up the sink space completely.
Whether you are a world-class chef or a parent of five the Delta Pot Filler faucet provides the perfect way to bring a restaurant look and feel to your kitchen sink. The Pot Filler series is offered in Venetian bronze, stainless and chrome so you can find the perfect piece to accent your current décor. Select a Delta and bring world-class quality and craftsmanship to your kitchen today.
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