One of the most important practical considerations for any kitchen are the taps and sink. From washing hands to ingredients and food prep, the kitchen sink is one of the most used parts of any kitchen. A Quooker though is a kitchen tap with a difference. This is deigned to make your life easier, as well as being stylish and practical in any kitchen, with any design style. But what is a Quooker? And which type of Quooker tap would suit your kitchen? Well, here at NJ Design, we are proud to be leading suppliers of the Quooker, as well as high quality solid surface experts, and specialists in bespoke design. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the different types of Quooker taps.

What is a Quooker?

A Quooker is a type of tap that can dispense boiler water immediately! No more waiting for the kettle to boil, you can have boiling water on demand instead. The system consists of a kitchen tap on your worktop and a tank in your kitchen cupboard, and this simple, straight forward design can be a great choice for any property.

Which type of Quooker tap would suit your kitchen?

There are several different types of Quooker taps available. These include:

  • The flex range- this is a Quooker tap with a flexible pull out hose for 100°C boiling, hot and cold water. However, the boiling water stop ensures that the Flex can never dispense boiling water when the pull out hose is pulled out, to help keep your household safe.
  • The fusion range- this is a single tap which unites both mixer and boiling water functions for ultimate convenience and practicality in any kitchen.
  • Nordic twin taps- for more traditional kitchens with a need for two taps, the Quooker twin tap range is perfect. This uses matching boiling-water and mixer taps.

Why not get in touch with the experts, here at NJ Design, to check out how this piece of kitchen innovation could transform your routine?