• Matt Weber

Easy Installation with Precept Kitchen Faucet


The Peerless brand’s new Precept Single-Handle Commercial Kitchen Faucet adds a sleek, modern touch at an affordable price. It's available in stainless, chrome or matte black finishes, and the three-function, pull-down sprayer features PowerRinse mode for extra cleaning force.


When it comes to installation, the new Precept Faucet from Peerless is the easiest model the HIR team has ever worked with, which will be nice for tradesmen and DIY’ers. The integrated supply lines slip right through the faucet hole on the counter. Just finger-thread the lock-nut onto the faucet from beneath the countertop, then tighten it with a screwdriver (brilliant!) rather than a wrench. Connect the supply lines, and that’s basically all there is to it. Installing with a screwdriver is so much easier in the cramped space than using wrench under the faucet, because you rarely have enough clearance for a full turn of the wrench handle. This new method is quicker and easier.


On the installation shown, we included a deck plate (aka escutcheon) to cover the old countertop holes from a three-hole faucet. Learn more at www.peerlessfaucet.com.

The water supply lines are pre-attached to the faucet.

Slip the lines and the faucet right through the mounting hole on the countertop.

Finger-thread the lock-nut onto the faucet shaft from below, then tighten with a screwdriver.

Connect the water lines.

Screw on the faucet head.


Demonstration video:



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