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Hardware FAQs

Figuring out what kind of hardware to install in your kitchen or bathroom is an essential step in any construction or remodeling project, since the hardware often pulls the entire aesthetic together. At Complete Kitchen & Bath, we understand that you likely have a lot of questions about your options for hardware, so we’ve created this list of FAQs about hardware to help you make the right decision for your needs and preferences.

What are the popular choices for hardware materials?
Metal is by far the most popular, thanks to its durability and versatility. Popular metals include brass, stainless steel, and copper, and finishes like black, gold, chrome, and brushed nickel are all trending. However, options like wood, glass, and plastic are also good choices, depending on the look you are aiming for.
Can I install hardware on my own?
It’s possible to install hardware on your own, especially if you are swapping out old hardware for new. However, if you work with our team for construction or remodeling, we’ll handle the installation, so you don’t have to stress about it.
Can I mix different styles of hardware?
Absolutely – there’s no rule that says your hardware has to match throughout the house, or even within a single room. Using different styles and materials can create a more eclectic look, but we recommend making sure you aim for a common palette or overarching style to keep the look cohesive.
How do I maintain my hardware to keep it looking nice?
Thankfully, hardware maintenance is fairly easy for most styles and materials. In general, all you need to do is wipe your hardware down with a mild soap and a soft cloth. We recommend addressing spills and other messes as soon as possible and avoiding situations where hard objects might collide with your hardware and cause scratches or dents.
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