Centerset faucets have been the most commonly used installation for a lavatory faucet, and are
distinguished by the fact that all elements, both handles and spout are mounted on one base unit. They are still
the most commonly used unit on a bath lavatory basin today, although trends are changing, with bathrooms
becoming larger, more luxurious and being given more importance in a household.
The bath of today gets as much care in function and decor appeal as other rooms in a home, and
although other faucet systems are gaining popularity, such as widespread and wall mounted faucets, the ease of
installation of centerset faucets still makes them an easy choice. Certainly in comparison with a wall mounted
faucet it is an easier and more economical choice, unless your remodel calls for opening up the wall anyway.
In order to keep up with the competition of these other faucet systems, the industry is offering
much more diversity of style today, with very contemporary designs, and improvement and updating of traditional
styles. This is good news for those selecting a centerset faucet because they will have many exciting styles from
which to make a selection.