Wall Mounted Spouts Buying Guide

Everything you need to know about Wall Mounted Spouts

There aren't many taps that look more sophisticated and elegant as wall mounted spouts. There are several designs and styles which offer different looks so choose one that will work with your bathroom's look and feel.

What are wall mounted spouts?

Similar to wall mounted taps, spouts that are mounted from the wall are designed with the spout being the focal point rather than the taps and levers, although these look great too.

What are the different types of wall mounted spout?

Wall mounted spouts come in a variety of modern and traditional styles with a choice of spouts including waterfall and flute styles. We've listed some of the varieties of wall mounted spout designs below:

Wall Mounted Waterfall Spouts

A wall mounted waterfall spout has an open-top design which gives the effects of a river flowing over an edge which creates a waterfall effect.

Wall Mounted Flute Spouts

A wall mounted flute spout has a void at the far end of the spout, allowing the flow of water to drop into the basin. The shape of the spout and void gives the appearance of a flute instrument and looks elegant and stylish.

Wall Mounted Spouts

Wall mounted spouts typically have a long spout that reaches out and curves downwards towards the basin. These are a standard sort of design which a lot of people choose.

How do I know which wall mounted spouts are suitable for my plumbing?

As water pressure can vary greatly from house to house, you need to check your home's water pressure before selecting a wall mounted spout. This will help determine which spout will be compatible with your plumbing system. It is a good idea to seek professional advice when dealing with water pressure, as this will give you much more confidence when it comes to buying spouts for the wall. On each individual wall mounted spout page we have noted the required pressures for that spout.

Are wall mounted spouts easy to install?

Installing a wall mounted spout isn't as straightforward as standard basin taps. If you've never done this sort of thing before then we advise you to use a professional.

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