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As many of you know, we are in the middle of a kitchen renovation that is literally, the craziest project we have done here so far since the start of the blog. It’s coming along nicely and today I wanted to share with you an amazing kitchen faucet by Symmons. They reached out to us about a month or so ago asking if we would like to try out their new Kitchen Sereno Faucet. The opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time. I mean, we are gutting our kitchen and were in the market for a new faucet so why not give it a try right?
Doesn’t the faucet look great? This faucet is not only gorgeous, its spray feature is amazing. I didn’t realize how poorly functioning our old faucet was until we installed this new one. The water pressure is unbelievable now. The contemporary design and streamlined, minimalist look, will coordinate perfectly with our new kitchen cabinets and countertops. You will be able to see more of the faucet in our kitchen reveal post in a few weeks.
The faucet was super easy to install and took about 10 minutes. Symmons provides American made products and guess what, they are right here in New England. In fact, they are about 45 minutes from where we live. They are family-owned and have been in business for over 75 years. My dad’s plumber said Symmons is the absolute best in quality. You can also easily upgrade any trim at any time. In the long run, that helps save money. I love that! One thing that I noticed while taking the faucet out of the packaging was that the faucet had a nice heavy weight to it. It wasn’t flimsy at all. You can tell just by holding the faucet, that the quality is built to last. Be sure to check out Symmons and see more of their residential products on their facebook, twitter , pinterest and youtube channel.
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