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Boiling Water Taps

Boiling water taps have rapidly gained popularity in recent years as homeowners look to reduce the need for multiple small appliances and streamline kitchen surfaces. Simply put, they provide boiling-hot water on demand without the need to fill a kettle and wait for it to boil. Whilst they are initially more expensive to buy than a kettle, they are considered to be more energy efficient and therefore cheaper to run as with a boiling tap you only use what you need rather than repeatedly boiling a kettle throughout the day or boiling more than you need each time. 

There are various types of boiling tap: most dispense boiling, regular hot and cold water, whilst some include a filtered option and even a sparkling water option and most now feature child-locks and insulated sides to prevent any accidental burns.

Quooker and Franke are two of the most well-known brands of boiling tap, along with Perrin and Rowe, Abode, Grohe and Zip etc and they all come in a multitude of designs and finishes to suit your style of kitchen. 

By Jenny Lester.

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