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Old 05-25-2015, 08:59 PM   #81
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We bought a single lever with a pull-out sprayer at Lowes near Chilliwack and left it at ETI a few months before our build. The normal faucet takes three holes, so just let them know to only drill the one hole, if that's what you buy. Take a look at someone's 21 to watch for the clearance near the window shade. It could get a little close, depending on style selected.
I can't remember if there's a charge. Tammy did say that they prefer not to use the weight on the underside of the sprayer hose that helps pull the sprayer back in, and that's been fine.
We were just told by ETI that there are three holes and we need to have a deck to cover the other holes. So they only drilled one hole in yours?
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Old 05-25-2015, 09:07 PM   #82
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We were just told by ETI that there are three holes and we need to have a deck to cover the other holes. So they only drilled one hole in yours?
That doesn't sound right to me. If you let them know to cut only a single faucet hole when you submit your build sheet, they'll do it.
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Old 05-25-2015, 09:30 PM   #83
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Escape is telling us that we need to have a deck to cover the holes which are "in the sink deck." Their faucets that we see are not in the sinks so don't know what they mean by that except holes in the counter behind the sink. Will have to ask again about it.
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Old 05-25-2015, 10:10 PM   #84
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Most single hole faucets that you buy will come with what is called an escutcheon. It is basically a rectangular plate in a matching finish that covers the two holes you don't use. If the sink has only one hole, you don't use the escutcheon. Loren
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Escape is telling us that we need to have a deck to cover the holes which are "in the sink deck." Their faucets that we see are not in the sinks so don't know what they mean by that except holes in the counter behind the sink. Will have to ask again about it.
If you're going with the stock sink, that makes even less sense. Our stock sink doesn't have a faucet deck. It's separated.
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If you're going with the stock sink, that makes even less sense. Our stock sink doesn't have a faucet deck. It's separated.
Yes, on photos, we see the faucets are separated from the sink no matter which sink. We are getting stainless steel. The faucet we want has one hole.
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Old 05-25-2015, 11:25 PM   #87
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Most single hole faucets that you buy will come with what is called an escutcheon. It is basically a rectangular plate in a matching finish that covers the two holes you don't use. If the sink has only one hole, you don't use the escutcheon. Loren
There is no escutcheon coming with this one that I have found. The Escape faucets I see, however, are completely separate from the sink.
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...Tammy did say that they prefer not to use the weight on the underside of the sprayer hose that helps pull the sprayer back in, and that's been fine.
We supplied ETI with a single hole, pull-out sprayer faucet and Tammy said they would use bungee cord instead of the weight. But when we picked up our 21, the weight was installed. I didn't ask...

The sink is a two hole design, but the stainless steel hole cover is hardly noticeable, and we like having the faucet offset to the left and the control on the right. Works well for us.

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We supplied ETI with a single hole, pull-out sprayer faucet and Tammy said they would use bungee cord instead of the weight. But when we picked up our 21, the weight was installed. I didn't ask...

The sink is a two hole design, but the stainless steel hole cover is hardly noticeable, and we like having the faucet offset to the left and the control on the right. Works well for us.

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We are getting the supplied stainless steel sink, at least, so far. Chris R's round sink is apparently too big. Saw someone's smaller round sink but we have already spent around $150 on shipping items up to ETI and don't think we will pay a bundle to ship a sink up there. Have not found the smaller round one in Canada. Yours is very nice. So is the faucet.
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Old 05-26-2015, 12:15 AM   #90
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Ours has one hole that was cut in the Formica about 3/8 inch behind the ETI furnished stainless sink. No cover of any kind was used. Faucet "tower" is probably 2 inches plus, in diameter.
Still haven't posted my first picture. I'll get a lesson at the rally.
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