Chicago Faucets - For the Home or Commercial Kitchen
Company profile and overview
Chicago faucets are renowned for their quality and durability whether they are designed for commercial or residential use. The company was founded by Albert C. Brown in 1901 and has survived to become one of the most successful plumbing companies in the US. In 1913, Brown developed a self-contained cartridge that could turn water off from full flow in just a one-quarter handle turn and the Chicago Faucet Company has maintained this level of innovation throughout all of it's product lines ever since. Years of experience in the manufacture of commercial plumbing fixtures has meant that their faucets are both robust and reliable.
Today they stock a wide variety of residential and commercial faucets, along with other products and accessories, all at reasonable prices and in a range of finishes. All their products are interchangeable giving the customer plenty of choice and flexibility. Chicago faucets are divided into three main categories based on the type of fittings and how they are mounted: deck mounted, wall mounted and single control. The company has not given their faucet collections any pretty names so to make it easier for you to find your ideal faucet, each category is listed below with a brief description of the overall style of the faucet collections to be found in that category.
Deck mounted collections
The Chicago kitchen faucets found in these collections are largely decorative and ornate with a slightly antique feel to them. Models in this range come with two-handles and either a gooseneck or cast swing spout; ideal for the traditional American kitchen.
Wall mounted collections
This category contains the smallest range of faucets and all are double-handled models. Spouts come in swing, cast swing and double jointed designs while the general style tends to be more ordinary compared with the rest. These Chicago kitchen faucets are designed to be practical without making too much of a statement in terms of style and would be ideal for those who prefer simplicity and functionality.
Single control collections
As the title suggest, all faucets in these collections are single-handled and come with a choice of gooseneck or cast spouts. Designs of the faucets in this category are simple but sleek making them ideally suited for modern kitchens.
To find out more about the Chicago Faucet Company or simply to check out their range of faucets visit www.chicagofaucets.com. Alternatively, they can be contacted via their customer services number on 847-803-5000 (7:30am-5pm). If you have already ordered your Chicago kitchen faucets and are in need of technical support, advice or parts call 1-800-832-8783 (7am-4:30pm).