Much thanks for previous help with the different faucet brands opinions.
Thought it best to have a separate Post for this.
Guess nothing is ever simple and straightforward.
Trying to help my son pick out a new bathroom sink faucet.
Present unit came with the house, and is about 35 years old.
It's the typical type of unit, more or less, with the base that has a
hot and a cold faucet, and a spigot for the output in the middle.
But- The handles, and their feed lines are on a 5 inch center.
Not the more or less standard 4" center spacings that most of the units
seem to be these days. Couldn't find a single one for 5".
A long time ago, was 5" the "standard" ?
Anyone make units (on a base) for 5 " these days ?
I looked at HD, but couldn't find a single one.
Is the only practical alternative to go with individual hot and cold
spigots that would not require any specific spacing ?
-If so, would hope that there is already drilled a center hole for
a spigot. Son not in area, so don't know. How hard would it be to drill
one in a sink material that is Not porcelain; not sure what it is ?
-A bit surprising, but there is Not a lever anywhere on the base
for opening and closing the drain.
Any caveats, or gotchas to look out for ?
BTW: ever hear of Pegasus Brand ? Is it a HD house brand ?
Reputation of ?