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Homewerks® Is Brightening The Bathroom With A New LED Faucet

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

LED light automatically turns on when water flows and off when water stops with no batteries required.

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Homewerks Worldwide LLC®, a global brand of residential plumbing and HVAC products, has released an exciting new bath faucet that features an innovative LED lighted aerator to shed some extra light in the bathroom. The LED faucet produces the light you need to fill a glass of water or wash your hands at night seamlessly and efficiently.

The light is integrated seamlessly into the faucet operation. Simply turn on the water and the LED light will turn on. When the flow of water is stopped, the light will turn off. The flow of water powers the light so batteries are never required. Installation is as easy as operation; install into a standard 4" center set bathroom sink.

The faucet features a high end, simple design that will compliment any bathroom décor. Not only beautiful and functional, this faucet is efficient, achieving a 1.2 GPM flowrate and WaterSense certification to reduce water use without sacrificing performance. Also includes a matching pop-up drain assembly to refresh your whole sink.

The Homewerks® LED Bath Faucet is available now in Chrome and Brushed Nickel finishes at Lowe's stores and online.





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