The Ceramic Faucet Rundown – On the House

The Ceramic Faucet Rundown

By on March 25, 2014

In 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Soon, his tiny fleet of three ships landed on our shore setting a precedent forevermore.

Today, 510 years later, lots of great things from Italy continue to arrive on our shore almost daily — ceramic faucets for instance. First made popular by high-end European faucet guys, this better-idea technology has arrived stateside to end a chronic sink problem like annoying drip, drip, dripping.

These new faucets have two fire-hardened discs that are highly polished for a perfect fit and seal. They are virtually maintenance-free and designed to last almost indefinitely. Although competitively priced models are available, most are mid-range and high-end, costing $100 or more. They have sleek styling and ergonomic design to match. Got an old faucet that’s a chronic leaker? Consider better, stronger, long-lasting and sleeker.

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