Updated: June 8, 2015
Kohler Faucet Reviews:Some of the most subtle changes to a kitchen or bathroom have to do with plumbing fixtures like kitchen faucets or bathroom sinks. We recently did some renovations in our kitchen and decided to replace the older Moen faucet with a new Kohler. I was amazed with all the options that are available The kitchen sink faucets in vibrant stainless or brushed nickel were the variety we wanted. The older Moen was done in polished chrome and we were hoping to avoid that again. Color is just one of the factors that goes into your decision as design as important as well. There are single control pullout faucets, pull-down, sidespray, lever handles, articulating faucets, and many more. The way your countertop or sink is designed will actually play a part in the type of faucet you can buy. Our Moen was wider than the Kohler we went with so some of the sink was more exposed now than it was before and there wasn't much we could do about it.
Buying Guide - In order to get an idea of what Kohler offers, go to their homepage at http://www.us.kohler.com. You can see their entire inventory with pictures and descriptions. They have the site broken into categories like lavatory faucets, shower faucets, bath faucets, bidet faucets, laundry faucets, and kitchen sink faucets. With their "selection guide" it's easy to pick something you like. Start with the spout type - pullout or pull-down spray faucet and those with or without sidespray. Spout height - go with standard or high arch. The standard height is about 3 to 5 inches while the high arch spout are 8 to 10 inches. The larger your sink, the more reach the spout needs, especially in a kitchen with a double sink. Handle style is another option which homeowners should look at carefully. Do you want the single handle, two handle, spray, etc. When it comes to bathroom faucets, the variables are just as many. Should you go with centerset, single-hole, wall mounted, or widespread. The new oil rubbed bronze and copper finishes are quite popular in bathrooms these days. What do they cost? Kohler kitchen faucets ranges from about $120 to $550 while the bathroom faucets go for about $100 to $300 with many more priced between $100 and $200. You can install many of the faucets yourself which should save $$ on any renovation project you take on in your house. Keep in mind that when redoing the faucets in your bathroom, you will probably end up redoing towel bars, plumbing fixtures on toilets, etc. The cost can rise pretty fast so set a budget and try to stick to it. Want to read Kohler faucet reviews online? We found dozens of owner postings with excellent feedback and opinions on Amazon.com. View all the latest products from Kohler including all the kitchen faucets and lavatory/bathroom faucets.