Basins by Tap Holes

Whatever type and style you are looking for, you can choose from a basin with holes drilled in and punched out, called tap holes. As the name suggests, these holes are ready for fixing and installing your chosen brassware to your basin. There's no limit to basin types with holes you can have, with every mounting option - and a mix of sizes - a possibility. So, whether it is a modern basin design or traditional basins preference, you can find a great basin with holes ready for your tap or taps.

Basins with holes come with anything from 1 to 3 tap holes, with one tap hole basins complemented for single taps, while two tap hole basins and three tap hole basins can be accompanied by bridge taps, basin pillar taps or 3 hole basin taps depending on the number you require. However, not all basins come with holes, or necessarily need holes, so zero tap holes is also an option. This is ideal for pairing with a wall mounted basin tap, or - for countertop basins and vessel sinks - a tall basin tap, which is mounted on a unit or surface and reaches over the bowl instead.