Faucet

Bathroom Sink Faucet Buying Guide

When choosing a bathroom faucet, it's important to make sure the type of installation you choose is compatible with your sink. Most faucets are designed for installation with pre-drilled holes, but some may require special installation and plumbing. Whether it's mounted on a wall, vanity, or directly over the sink, it's important to understand how bathroom faucets are constructed and the benefits that each option brings.

 

Kitchen Faucet Buying Guide

With so many options to choose from, choosing a kitchen faucet can be overwhelming. While your final decision ultimately comes down to personal style, knowing a few basics will make the process a little easier. Find the right faucet for your kitchen sink.

 

Bath Faucet Buying Guide

When it comes to shopping for the perfect bathtub faucet, this guide will help you choose the right fixture for your bathroom. The first thing to know is that a bathtub faucet and a bathroom sink faucet are not interchangeable. Water flow, installation type, and features such as thermostatic controls and hand showers are the qualities that differentiate a bathtub faucet from a sink faucet. Learn about five bathtub faucet styles, along with features and add-ons available for you to update.

 

Are your faucets lead-free?

All Giving Tree kitchen and bathroom sink faucets meet lead regulations as determined by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This includes NSF/ANSI 61 (meets North American drinking water standards) and AB1953 (meets California drinking water standards). They are safe to use as required by law and undergo a rigorous testing and inspection process before being authorized for sale. We are also proud to offer a warranty on our products.