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The Four Most Common Types of Faucets
The Four Most Common Types of Faucets

When you think of plumbing fixtures in your home, your faucets are probably one of the first things that comes to mind. For as long as our homes have had running water, they’ve needed something to control it, and that’s exactly what faucets do—provide you with a reliable ...

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