Cut Outs & Shaping
A Tap Hole Cut Out refers to the process of cutting a hole or space in a kitchen worktop to accommodate a tap or faucet. The cut out is made by a professional using a drill or router and is designed to fit the specific size and shape of the tap or faucet being installed.
The purpose of the cut-out is to allow the tap to be inserted into the countertop, leaving the spout and handles exposed for easy use. The location of the tap hole cut out is typically determined by the design and layout of the kitchen, as well as the placement of the sink.
Tap hole cut-outs are available in a range of sizes and shapes, including round, rectangular, and oval, to accommodate various types and styles of taps and faucets.