A kitchen faucet is by far one of the oldest inventions; in fact, it was around during the ancient Roman times, although it only became common practice to have a faucet in the kitchen in the ’30s. According to a report by a faucet company, the typical American uses a kitchen faucet at least 40 times a day; this comes as a surprise, because, even though it is in our homes, we seem not to be aware of its existence. A kitchen faucet is, among other things, used for tasks such as doing the dishes, rinsing vegetables or getting a glass of water. These tasks appear to be simple yet very much necessary.
The 1950s are regarded by many, as the ideal time for advertisers. This is because it was a time when America and perhaps the rest of the world began to enter a phase of economic prosperity after experiencing recession of years. It was the time after the Second World War; businesses began to run smoothly, more money was injected into the economy, consumer consumption also increased, because the population had much more disposable income. As a result, people were purchasing homes, cars, appliances, and other popular items.
The 50s became known as the advertisers’ golden age, especially for radio advertisements which hit a boom. This was due to an extreme rise in consumer consumption and spending. Radio ads became largely popular, and there was much money to be made in the industry. The ads were sponsored by a large corporation, and it became common practice for the advertisers to thank their sponsors either at the beginning or the end of the ads.
Among the many products that were highly advertised in the 50s, were the kitchen faucet, which at the time was developed by a man named Alfred Moen. He invented the single-handed faucet that blends cold and hot water. His idea was sold and later developed by other inventors. Kitchen appliances and mainly faucets became popularized, as they were aired on many ads that featured celebrity endorsements. It was said that one could not go a few hours without hearing of a new advertisement being aired. As the radio industry peaked with new advertising techniques and strategies, so did the products being advertised, among which was the kitchen faucet.
Listed below are some of the best kitchen faucets available in the market today:
•The Moen 5923 align alone one-handle pre-rinse spring pulldown kitchen faucet
•Purelux tulip brushed nickel pull out kitchen faucets
•American standard 4175.300.002 colony soft pull-down kitchen faucet
•Faucet commercial single handle pull out kitchen sink faucets
•Rozin single handle pull out spray kitchen sink faucet
Today, one’s kitchen wouldn’t be anywhere near complete without the addition of a kitchen faucet. They might seem like simple devices or appliance, but you need to consider a few things before purchasing, replacing, or fixing a kitchen faucet. While the price range for these items can vary from a couple of dollars to thousands of dollars, it is advised to go for a moderate priced one, because you do not want to be unnecessarily spending too much money on a faucet or wasting your time purchasing cheap faucets that are not durable.