What is the difference between faucet types?
Widespread: Includes 3 different holes for each handle and the spout making it easy to adjust the gap between according to your sink or countertop size. Gap sizes range from 8 to 16 inches.
Centerset: Centerset faucet is compact and has 3 holes. 2 holes are for the handle and 1 for the spout, all these three parts are connected. Typically holes are 4 or 6 inches apart. Single Hole: This faucet only needs one hole for installation since the handle is connected to the spout.