Bathroom Sink Faucets

ProSource Wholesale® Is The Source For Bathroom Sink Faucets

At ProSource®, we know that bathroom remodeling is one of the most popular remodel jobs undertaken, particularly when the house is being put up for sale. An outdated bathroom can be one of the main reasons a home is passed over by potential buyers.  Remodeling a bathroom can be a big undertaking, but with the right remodeling partners a renovation can be simple and enjoyable.

There are certain items in our homes that we take for granted since we use them every day. The bathroom sink faucet can easily be one of these. In the overall scheme of a bathroom remodel, the sink faucet might seem like a subordinate detail, but its design can help set the tone for the entire space.

The sink faucet can be a subtle accent matching the rest of your bathroom’s design, or it can be the feature that stands out and breathes new life into your bathroom. You’ll be amazed at the broad range of styles, finishes, and state-of-the-art functions that are available today. Whatever you are looking for in your sink faucet, you can find it in our showrooms.

A large selection of sink faucets can be overwhelming when you are attempting to decide on which one is right for your project. The good news is that with a little research and some expert advice, it is easier to narrow down the faucets through size, style, color, and function for remodeling projects of any size. Here are a few tips for embarking on your search for the right bathroom sink faucet.

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Choosing A Sink Faucet

Faucet Style
Are you simply updating your bathroom sink or planning the process of an entire bathroom remodel? If you’re focused only on the sink, your choices will be limited to what fits in your existing setup. You will want the style of your sink faucet to match with the style of the rest of the bathroom.

On the other hand, if you are redoing the entire bathroom, or are changing out all of your bathroom fixtures, the possibilities are endless. Make sure, though, to have an idea of the design of the other elements you will be incorporating in the bathroom like the shower, tub, and toilet. Here are a few of the style choices you can choose from in our wide selection of bathroom sink faucets.

Standard sink bowl faucets
Vessel sink bowl faucets

Handle Types:
Swing Lever


Once you have determined the type of faucet you prefer you will need to decide on a finish. Just remember, no matter which style you choose, the faucet will need to match the tub and shower fixtures so the entire bathroom will have a complete look.

Sink faucets are available in the following finishes:
Stainless Steel
Specialty Materials such as Ceramic

Faucet Functions
If you want a simple faucet with no bells and whistles, you can take your pick — there is no shortage of available options. But if you’re ready for the latest and greatest sink faucets, you’ll want to keep reading. There are some futuristic sink faucet styles and functions that seem to be straight out of your favorite sci-fi movie — we’re talking about bacteria-fighting faucets.

Futuristic Functions Available:
Sanitizing (ozone-activated antibacterial)
Injects ozone into stream for better bacteria fighting
Available in AC powered, battery powered, and self-powered versions 
Laminar flow
Allows for soft and silky, textured water

Though these models may be out of this world, the prices aren’t. Our bathroom sink faucet types are also available at economical, mid-range, and premium prices, meaning they can fit into any homeowner’s budget.

Outside of the bathroom, the evolution of faucets means you have another way to customize your home. There are many places you can incorporate these stylish and advanced bathroom sink faucets into your remodeling plans. Due to the advances in plumbing and sink technology, sink faucets can be mounted just about anywhere you please. Some of our wall-mounted faucet options are so beautiful that they don’t even require a sink below to warrant wall space.

Here are a few recommendations on where else to incorporate these remarkable faucets in your home remodel process:
Basement Kitchenette
Craft Room
Guest Quarters
Kitchen (indoor and outdoor)
Laundry Room
Man Cave
Media Room
Pool Cabana

Bathroom sinks generally consist of one to three holes that are in the rim, deck, countertop, or wall above the sink. It’s important to select the right faucet type that will work with where you are planning to install it.

After you have determined where your faucet will be installed for your sink, you should make sure to measure the exact distance between the center of the far-left hole to the center of the far-right hole. This way, you are sure to get the right product to fit your sink the first time around.

The following are the different types of sink configurations and the faucet types that are applicable to each:

If there is one hole in the sink or counter, a single-hole bathroom sink faucet is needed.

If there are three holes that spread four inches apart (from the center of the left hole to the center of the right hole), a four-inch minispread or centerset faucet will best fit your sink application.

If there are three holes that spread eight inches apart (from the center of left hole to the center of the right hole), an eight-inch widespread faucet will be your best bet.

You can explore our full list of sink faucet types for inspiration and add ones you like to the myProSource project center. You can also visit your local ProSource showroom to view faucet styles firsthand. Our experts can help you decide which bathroom faucet best suits the needs for your space.