Top 10 "How to Install a Kitchen Faucet" sites
Replacing a kitchen faucet, should not be a scary thing, I often run in to people who would like a new kitchen faucet but don't want to hire a plumber. Many of them would gladly tackle the project but are afraid that it's going to be a little too complicated. As you know there is lots of information on the Internet but finding the right information can sometimes be a bit daunting. This is where I come and make your job easier. I have personally review the most popular "How to Install a Toilet" web sites on the Internet and have rated them one to 10, with number one being the best. Don't worry, all of these site are very good and offer valuable information. I have looked at them from a beginners point of view and I have selected number one as being the most complete easy to follow of these sites.
1) Learn how to replace a kitchen faucet and install shut-off valves beneath the kitchen sink with Ron Hazelton. What can I say, Ron is an old pro when it comes to plumbing. Watch the video and you will see why I picked it as the best faucet installation site.
2) This site is chucked full of visual information on how to install a Moen single handle faucet. It use enhanced animation slides that are well narrated and easy to understand and follow. In addition you can apply most of what you see here to most faucet installation.
3) This is my kind of video, short, and to the point and no messing around. Perfect for the "handy kind of guy or women". It covers all the basics without going into great details. If this is not enough information for you, then you should probably watch a few more of these videos.
4) My pick for number four is the "How to Install a Kitchen Faucet" video from Jeff Wilson at Buildipedia. Jeff does a great job of explaining about the faucet and how it works, unfortunately he's doing a new installation here so there are no details about how to remove your old faucet.
To demonstrate the precise control of Touch2O Technology, Delta Faucet developed a custom "drum kit" along with the Chicago-based percussionist and composer Glenn Kotche, best known for his involvement in the band Wilco. In this 30-second TV commercial, Glenn "plays" the touch faucets to re-create one of the most popular songs of the 1960s, "Reach Out, I'll be There". Precisely in tune with every touch. Touch2O Technology. The First of its Kind.
Learn more about Glenn Kotche: glennkotche.com