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Tap FAQs



What is a boiling water tap?

A boiling water tap provides boiling water on demand – it’s that simple – ideal for giving you an instant cuppa or water at the right temperature to boil some veg. There are several types of boiling water taps that provide only boiling water, and some that offer hot and cold as well as boiling water. This type of tap replaces your standard kitchen tap, while both include a tank that should be installed in the cupboard below your sink. With a boiling water tap, you can say goodbye to the kettle.

Do boiling water taps have filters?

Yes - it’s common for a boiling water tap to include a filter to keep themselves clean and remove any impurities. If you choose a 3-in-1 tap, you’ll enjoy filtered boiling water, while a 4-in-1 offers filtered cold and boiling. If you go for a standalone boiling water tap, you’ll enjoy filtered boiling water with every drop. Although it’s common for a filter to be included, it’s worth checking the model before buying.

What is a pull-out spray tap?

A pull-out spray tap is an extendable tap that allows you to reach parts of the sink you wouldn’t reach with a standard tap. Ideal for washing big pots, rinsing trays with less spray or filling a bucket, a pull-out spray tap is a convenient addition to any kitchen.

What are the different types of kitchen taps?

From the classic monobloc tap to a pull-out spray, there are plenty of options when it comes to choosing the perfect kitchen tap. Here’s a quick overview:

  1. Monobloc
    A classic design, available in all shapes and sizes – you may know it as a mixer tap. Sitting on your sink or worktop, they’re available in various designs, from traditional swan neck to modern square – available single or twin handles.
  2. Pillar
    Pillar taps are a traditional choice and are often found in older homes or utility rooms. With separate hot and cold taps, water is mixed in the bowl.
  3. Pull-out spray
    An extendable tap that reaches the parts of the sink a regular tap wouldn’t. Great for rinsing pots and pans or filling a bucket.
  4. Boiling water
    A tap that offers boiling water on demand. Featuring a tank that is installed beneath your sink, this tap removes any need for a kettle. Choose from a standalone tap or a 3-in-1 tap that also offers hot and cold.
  5. Filter
    A filter tap removes any impurities from your water, making it cleaner, healthier and even better tasting.

What is a monobloc kitchen tap?

The most common kitchen tap in the UK, the monobloc tap, comes in all shapes and sizes. But what unites them is their simple design and ease of use. Featuring a single spout and two handles, this tap style is simple to use and adjust the water temperature. They’re easy to install, with just one tap hole required, and can connect to the sink or worktop. Available as a classic swan neck, modern square and a wide range of other shapes, it’s clear to see why a monobloc tap is so popular.

How do I choose a kitchen tap?

A kitchen tap is an essential fixture in any home – so choosing the right one is vital. There are a few things you must consider to ensure it is the perfect tap.

  1. Budget
    Taps vary greatly in price, so setting parameters is the best starting point. There’s no point in trailing through hundreds of taps you can’t afford – but remember – if you go too cheap, you’re likely to have to buy again.
  2. Type
    Next, consider what you’ll be using your tap for. There’s so much more to them than just washing the pots or filling a glass, and not everyone uses them in the same way. From classic monobloc taps to pull-out sprays or even boiling water taps, there’s a wide range to choose from. Most importantly, think about which suits your space and is easy to use. Not all taps and sinks are universal, so it’s also important to check if the type you’re going for is suitable for your sink.
  3. Style and finish
    An extendable tap that reaches the parts of the sink a regular tap wouldn’t. Great for rinsing pots and pans or filling a bucket.
  4. Boiling water
    Now you’ve set your budget and decided what sort of tap you’d like; it’s time to find a tap you like the look of. With a variety of shapes, sizes and finishes, there are plenty of options that will suit your style.

Are kitchen tap fittings universal?

Taps can be mounted in two ways – sink or worktop. Some are universal, and some are not, so make checking a vital part of your search. With no standard size otherwise, it’s up to you how big you go with your tap.

How do I know what size my kitchen tap is?

Most pipes that connect to your tap have a standard 35mm diameter, but before you choose your new tap, it’s vital you check this. It’s also important to check the space above your sink to make sure the tap you choose will fit.

Is Boiling tap water the same as filtered water?

Both filtered and boiling water taps are both extremely convenient additions to your kitchen. The choice between the two depends on what you’d be using it for. A filtered water tap delivers cold, clean water with the turn of a handle, giving you a world of options for using the water.

What is a water filter kitchen tap?

The answer is in the name. In short, a water filter kitchen tap filters the water you’re served, giving you a clean and healthy drop. Passing the water through a filter system below the sink, any impurities such as copper or lead are removed, which results in fresher tasting and odourless water.

 
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