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Wall-mounted faucets not for every home

Ed Del Grande
Scripps Howard News Service

Q. We’re saving up for a nice little bathroom remodeling job. We would like to put in a wall-mounted faucet. Will that be more expensive than putting in a regular faucet?

A. Wall-mounted faucets can be a good choice for new construction. They are mounted on the wall behind the sink and typically are installed with raised vessel sinks or under-counter mounted bathroom sinks. They provide a trendy look and can make it easier to clean the sink or counter because the faucet off the deck.

With new construction or a bathroom demo, the walls are opened up. If you did not plan on opening up the wall behind the sink, this type of faucet could add significant costs to your job.

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