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Your bathroom sink won't function without a faucet. At Seconds & Surplus, we know how important a high-quality sink is. 

It can do everything from adding a touch of elegance to your bathroom to making getting ready in the morning much more manageable. Let's take a closer look at our lavatory faucets and see what sets them apart from other bathroom sink selections you might see.

Benefits of New Bathroom Sink Faucets

If you're searching for a reason to upgrade your faucet, consider this: how old is your current faucet? Is it up to the modern standard of what's considered to be a good sink? One point to think about is that older sinks may not be ADA-compliant. 

ADA-compliant sinks aren't necessary for every homeowner, but they're still safer overall, even if you don't have limited mobility. These are faucets you can use with one hand and turn on easily, making any hand strain a thing of the past while giving you extra protection against spreading germs.

Faucets that follow the EPA's WaterSense guidelines offer the most universal benefits. These faucets are more water-efficient, which is absolutely vital for homeowners who don't want to overspend on their utilities. You'll also be using your water more wisely, which is better for the environment. 

Seconds & Surplus has many bathroom sink faucets that fall under both these categories. We make it easy for you to find a new sink that makes your home more cost-effective and comfortable at the same time.

Single-Handle vs. Centerset vs. Widespread Sink Faucets

With so many sink styles to choose from, how do you know which is right for you? Let's explore the difference between the three main types to give you an accurate picture of which would suit you best.

Single-handle bathroom sinks are exactly what they sound like; there's only one handle for adjusting the hot and cold water. These can be excellent if you're concerned about germs since you can operate them with your wrists. They're also easier to use if you have a limited range of mobility. And while this isn't a hard-and-fast rule, single-handle faucets run on the more contemporary side and have a sleeker look than other options.

Centerset faucets have two handles on either side of the sink's spout. Widespread sinks will have more distance between the handles and the spout. A significant difference between these two options is that centerset can still be single-handle, while widespread is always double. Centersets are better for smaller spaces, while widespread sinks look better on more spacious sinks or vanities.

Centerset faucets are also usually easier to install than widespread sink faucets, making them a popular choice for DIYers. And while widespread sinks are more challenging to install, they might be a smarter choice than centerset for larger bathrooms. Whichever option you choose will likely come down to your bathroom's current configuration and personal comfort. 

Finishes for Lavatory Faucets

Matte black remains one of the more popular choices for faucet finishes. Black goes with everything; it can add some contemporary flair to your bathroom when it stands out, or it can be used to create a cohesive style when it blends in.

If you're more interested in metallic finishes, we carry plenty of those as well. Choose from beautiful finishes like:

  • Brushed bronze 
  • Oil-rubbed bronze 
  • Stainless steel 
  • Brushed nickel 

A metallic finish that matches your current bathroom's aesthetic can turn the luxury levels up significantly. Whichever you choose, you can rest assured your faucet's finish will be durable and beautiful for years to come.

Faucet Styles

Deciding which sink style to use will depend on the style of the other fixtures in your bathroom. Some styles have clean, rigid lines and fit best in modern bathrooms. Other, more ornate styles might be more vintage-leaning. The function might also dictate which style works best for you, so keep that in mind.

If you're thinking about faucet types, it's worth mentioning that single-handle faucets are typically more contemporary, while dual-handle options will look best in traditional spaces. But that's not the only consideration to make: even the type of sink or finish could vary the vibe the faucet brings to your bathroom

So don't hesitate to browse through our numerous options. There are so many combinations of elements that you're bound to find the right one for you.

Finish Your Bathroom Renovation With a Flourish From Seconds & Surplus

Don't settle for second best when buying a faucet for your new sink. Instead, purchase new, high-quality bath fixtures like our lavatory faucets online or at one of our Texas Warehouses throughout the DFW area. Browse our many styles today, or reach out if you need assistance or have any questions. We're happy to guide you through our selection and make your next home improvement project a breeze.