When Liz and I began talking about new counter tops, we had to think about either using our existing kitchen faucet or getting a new one. The faucet we have now requires three holes in the counter (sprayer, spout and handle). In addition, there's a fourth hole in the counter for the air gap for the dishwasher drain, which I do not think we'll need with the new counter top. Many newer kitchen faucets only need one hole for everything. Since you can't "undrill" a hole in granite/quartz, we need to decide which way to go. We are leaning toward a brand new, single hole faucet.
While doing some research, I have found that there are so many features (touch on/off, pull down sprayers, etc) that it can be confusing. I also don't want to buy a gimmick that may not be a functional as the faucet company's literature would lead one to believe.
So, if you are knowledge on this topic, can you provide any insights?
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