Replacing a kitchen tap is a staple DIY procedure that is actually rather simple once you get your head around all of the connections occurring in the cupboard below the sink. Stick with Tap Warehouse as our expert team takes you on this comprehensive guide to seamless kitchen tap installation!
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From kitchen taps with a pull-out spray attachment to ones that deliver boiling hot water, our extensive range includes hundreds of models in a mix of finishes and styles. We know that price is important to you, and as a leading UK retailer of taps we can bring you outstanding savings on leading brands.
The vast majority of our items come with lengthy manufacturer guarantees for peace-of-mind - even the best kitchen taps can develop an issue within their lifetime so a long warranty is a great indicator that your new tap will last for years to come.
Our wide range of sink taps includes pull out spray attachments, boiling water taps, and all in an array of finishes including stainless steel, brushed nickel, copper or brass.
A kitchen tap takes a lot of use over the years, from filling up your glass with ice-cold water to rinsing those stubborn pots and pans. That's why a large number of ours contain high quality ceramic disc cartridges rather than the older-style rubber 'compression' washers. This means that your beautiful new mixer will stand the test of time for many years to come. And if you are unfortunate enough to have an issue, it is nearly always possible to simply swap this ceramic disc cartridge for another without even uninstalling the tap.
One of the first decisions you'll need to make is whether or not to opt for a contemporary, modern design; or whether to give a nod to yesteryear and select a traditional tap with period details. Even the latter often come with all the latest tap technology, so you can sit back and choose the style and design that suits you.
Another thing to think about is your water pressure. UK homes sometimes have gravity systems where the only pressure available is created by the drop of the water from the top of your house. All taps on our site show a recommended minimum water pressure rating, meaning that if you have low water pressure, you can filter the options and choose an option suitable for low pressure that will work well in your home.
Treat your kitchen to the finishing touch it deserves. If you're in a hurry, why not use our filters to show just those taps available for next day delivery?
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