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    Choose a new faucet that fits your bathroom sink

    I want to install a new bathroom faucet but have been confused about what type to order.

    The faucet I like is called a "widespread" faucet.

    What is a widespread faucet and will it fit on my present bathroom sink?

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    Widespread bathroom sink faucets are a great choice for larger vanities and pedestal bathroom sinks. Like the name says, the faucet handles and spout are spread out a little farther from each other over a standard-type bathroom faucet. This means you need to have a widespread set up on your present sink, or you'll need to install a new sink to accommodate the faucet.

    The usual widespread sink hole set up is three faucet holes that measure between 8- to 16-inches from one handle side to the other with the spout in the middle.

    Bottom line: Know your sink type and style before ordering your new faucet to avoid widespread confusion!

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    From my understanding, widespread faucets have provisions for running hot and cold water through the pipes. There are three units and occupy a part of your sink. I gotta agree with homeimprovement guy here, make sure it's feasible with your sink type and shape.

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    I currently have the place of relaxation,, Iknow that everything in the bathroom will be like my mind

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