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Al Moen was a college student back in 1937 when he first had the idea for a single-handled faucet. He had scalded his hand on the traditional two-handled model and saw a need he could fill. Thus the Moen faucet company was born. Moen fixtures are known for quality engineering. PlumbersStock is proud to carry a variety of discount Moen faucets and other products:
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With hundreds of faucets to choose from, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed with PlumbersStock's selection. Use the filters on the left of the page to refine the product results to match the features you want in your kitchen faucet. You can also find specific Moen kitchen faucet parts for repair projects. Whether you need antique bronze or stainless steel, we have the faucet for you.
We have hundreds of lavatory faucets to offer you. With the best prices on the web, you are sure to find the perfect fit at the right price. You can find matching accessories like towel rings and soap dishes to give your bathroom an optimal look and feel. Find the part that best fits your needs, and remember to consider all areas. For instance, if you buy a Moen bathroom faucet with a two-handle configuration, you have a stylish look to your sink, but for functionality, a single handle is more user-friendly. Choose wisely, and if you need help, please contact us.
Water conservation is on the minds of many consumers, and Moen is committed to providing high-quality products that help conserve water with each use. In 2010 they were awarded the WaterSense Manufacturer Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Moen faucets help you to save water, and they are committed to helping you find just the right part and faucet to meet your needs. These efforts to save water and money help to conserve the environment!
We sell lots of Moen parts. Their faucets' style and beauty last a long time, but the components don't always keep up, so if you need replacement parts, you're in the right place. Check out this Moen Hydrolock hose kit.
Moen has the faucet to meet your kitchen or bathroom needs, and you can conveniently find it here at PlumbersStock. Feel free to contact our service professional or browse our Moen faucets online! Learn more at Moen.com.
As the #1 faucet brand in North America, Moen offers a diverse selection of thoughtfully designed kitchen and bath faucets, showerheads, accessories, bath safety products, garbage disposals and kitchen sinks for residential and commercial applications each delivering the best possible combination of meaningful innovation, useful features, and lasting value.
You can buy three sometimes four faucets for the price of one faucet at the plumbing supply. I believe you when you say they are better quality than the big box store, but seriously? The extra expense is over the top. In 10 years time, the price of my kitchen faucet has almost tripled. I am trying to get the same exact faucet for my new home. I see no justification for the astronomical prices. It may be more cost effective to buy a cheap faucet and change it out in 8 or 10 years when it breaks!
Faucets sold at Lowes, Home Depot type stores are different - trust me! The company I do research for does research for major plumbing brand and for major brands of lots of other things. All statements made above about differences in quality are completely true! On a side note, same goes for things like a Mr. Coffee coffemaker sold at a discount store. Not the same quality, cheaper, will break faster, finish will come off sooner. A John Deer tractor that's a great price at Home Depot? Not the same. I could go on with appliances too. Cheaper yes, all the way around. Manufacturers of these things do separate runs with cheaper internal parts for big box and discount stores. My father-in-law is a plumber and will not warranty the cheaper faucets. Check the SKU#, correct, may be very similar but not the same. Example Moen tagline: "Buy it for looks, buy it for life." Means every time it breaks, and it will, they will ship you the part to fix it free of charge. If you like to keep fixing faucets or hiring someone to do that, go ahead and buy the cheaper faucet.
Todays world is full of people wanting to live beyond their means. So we get these cheap hollowed out products that resemble a better quality product. These are the faucets that are chromed plastic and what you should stay away from. They look great but don't function.
Your biggest concern is finding a product that meets USA quality and testing. A lot of these offshore copy cat pieces don't and you wouldn't drink water out of them if you saw their internals and materials they use. There is a web site where you can look up just about every faucets to see if it is certified or not.
Yes, they have the same cartridges, etc but the material they make the spout out of can vary. Nowadays people are price-driven first and consider quality second. Look at reviews online and that will be a help, too. If the bad reviews all mention the same problem, like the finish not lasting, etc., then you can expect it to happen to yours, too.
Plumbers love to promulgate this fallacy! I am currently building a new home and my plumber's pricing was 20-40% higher than Amazon and Home Depot prices for the same Delta and Moen models. He gave me the same reasoning, that "the quality of the Delta products he gets through his wholesaler (Ferguson) is much better than the big box stores." However, both Moen (as mentioned by others above) and Delta state otherwise. According to Delta's website "There are no differences. All Delta faucets are of the same quality, regardless of distribution channel." See -parts/frequently-asked-questions/general
I owned a plumbing supply in Chicago for many years. (I don't own it anymore) The Moen faucets sold ONLY at home centers are a much inferior product. Don't buy them. Usually you can tell the "fake" Moen from the 5 digit or more product number. The real Moen is 4 digit product numbers. Home Depot and Lowes do carry the real Moen faucets at very good prices and they are outstanding faucets. I rarely got a return on real Moen faucets. But whenever I sold cheap faucetry I had tons of problems and returns.
I've skimmed through the comments and I'm pretty sure nobody has mentioned the fact that big box stores buy their products from the manufacturer by the 1000s which in turn cost them less and allows them to charge less. A national store (home Depot) pays and charges a heck of a lot less to moen or Kohler for the same product that a regional plumbing supplier ( F.W. Webb) carries and buys from that same manufacturer. Just like in the stores when its states that if you buy one fitting it's $2.00 but if you buy 100 it's $1.25. same concept works and Is applied to the suppliers when they are buying from manufacturers. If a company is buying 20,000 of your faucets every order they expect a better price than the company who is only buying 5,000 every order. It's quantity that defines the price difference not quality.
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