Speakman Introduces Proper High-Rise Kitchen Faucet

Speakman, manufacturer of first class sanitary products, introduces the right kitchen faucet. Proper offers many typical turn-of-the-century country house-style features such as tailor-made end pieces, a gooseneck-inspired spout and ceramic hot / cold inlays. Traditional cross handles underline the real style and are easy to grip.

Bridge designs are a classic and popular option for the kitchen and create a focal point, regardless of whether they are paired with a rustic country kitchen sink or any other type of sink. Thanks to four different surfaces, the Proper High-Rise faucets can be integrated into a variety of color schemes and kitchen decors. It is available in Polished Chrome, Matte Black, Polished Brass, and Brushed Brass.

“We are pleased to be able to offer our customers an authentic design for bridge taps,” says Adam Horwitz, Chief Marketing Officer. “It never goes out of style and the superior quality ensures that the owner will enjoy it for years to come.”

The faucet is offered in a traditional deck-mount model and a wall-mount model, depending on installation requirements and design preferences, freeing up valuable countertop space. The wall-mount design creates valuable counter space and draws attention to the backsplash, creating a focal point. The far-reaching spout of the faucet is ideal for oversized or single sinks.

About Speakman

Speakman is based in Pennsylvania and is over 150 years old. He pioneered the invention of the modern shower head. Today the company is part of the Professional Plumbing Group and pursues innovations with an emphasis on performance and sustainability. Speakman manufactures a full line of well-designed commercial grade bath and shower products for the residential, commercial and hospitality markets, as well as safety equipment including safety showers and eye washes for commercial use. Products are available through major plumbing wholesalers and online retailers. Please visit speakman.com for more information.

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