Moen faucets are available in many different styles and in a full assortment of faucet types. They offer kitchen faucets, bathroom sink faucets, tub faucets and Roman tub faucets as well as sinks. Moen faucets are built to last for years and offer up to date innovations.
Moen faucets for the kitchen are available in classic or high arc styles with pull out sprayers. In addition, they come in both one and two handle styles.
Moen faucets are available in a wide range of finishes, including brushed chrome, copper, sand, white, matte black, and stainless steel. The LifeShine Titanium Strengthened finish used on Moen faucets can be cleaned daily, but can’t be scrubbed off. It is guaranteed not to corrode or tarnish for life. In addition, Moen faucets us an “M-PACT” system of valves which allows you to change your faucet style without replacing the plumbing.
Another innovation that makes Moen faucets a good investment is the patented one-piece washerless cartridge construction. This replaces washers, springs, and discs, which are the cause of most leaky faucets. The cartridge is self-contained and easy to change if it ever needs to be replaced. It is reported to keep Moen faucets drip free for years. Moen faucets all come with a limited lifetime warranty against drips, leaks, or problems with the finish.
Moen faucets are divided into style suites and collections. These choices run the gamut from traditional and vintage looking styles to sleek ultra modern looks. For the bathroom, the Chateau collection is one of the least expensive of the Moen faucets.
Chrome Chateau faucets start at around $80, while the same faucet in brass runs about $100 more. The higher fashion collections of bathroom Moen faucets, such as “Bamboo” or “Casa” run from around $600 and up.
Moen faucets for the kitchen also include the Chateau line, which starts at around $90 for a single handle faucet. In “glacier,” an off-white finish, the price starts at around $130. The high fashion faucets, such as the vintage looking “Waterhill,” especially when in a specialty finish, such as oil rubbed bronze, cost hundreds of dollars more.