The total price will depend on the final product features you select
Before your countertop fabricator drills the holes, you’ll want to know your needs. The number of holes you need will depend on the type of faucet and accessories you select. Careful planning beforehand will ensure proper spacing and aesthetically pleasing results, especially since faucets and accessories come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Let’s take a look at your options, starting with an important question: What accessories do you need? While you may initially be drawn to every single one of those sink accessories, there is such a thing as too many. Here’s my guideline: Ideally, your faucet and accessories should not extend beyond the edge of the sink. Otherwise, the countertop can appear cluttered. If you are accessory-hungry, there are several potential solutions. If possible, get a larger sink. If not, rethink your accessories. Instead of a bridge faucet — a two-handle faucet with a separate side spray that requires three holes — choose a faucet with an integrated pullout spray that does not require an additional hole. A third option is eliminating a sink accessory altogether — perhaps an undercounter-mounted soap dispenser in not in your future.