Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

New Faucets Make a Big Impact Want to spruce up your kitchen without making huge renovations? A brand new faucet at the sink can add flair to your interior, and The Home Depot can help you find one that makes the perfect statement. Our selection of kitchen and bar faucets includes a wide range of styles and finishes with options to fit every budget. You can explore the options online and make your purchase anytime you wish. Faucets can be delivered to your door or picked up at your closest store. Choose the Ideal Type At The Home Depot, you’ll find all of the most popular types of faucets for kitchens and bars. Pull-down kitchen faucets with a single handle that you pull downwards to begin the flow of water and adjust the temperature. Pull-out kitchen faucets with a single handle that lifts upwards to start the flow of water and pivots to adjust the temperature. Traditional kitchen faucets with separate handles for hot and cold water. Touch-less kitchen faucets with sensors that detect motion and start and stop the flow of water automatically. Bar and prep kitchen faucets made especially for small bar sinks and prep sinks. Wall-mount kitchen faucets that install against the wall rather than on the sink. Pot-filler kitchen faucets mount over the stove, swing out to fill pots, then fold back against the wall to conserve space. Explore the Options The Home Depot lets you shop for kitchen and bar faucets the way you prefer, so you can find the perfect solution for your needs with ease. Just click the links above to start shopping by type, finish, number of installation holes or brand. You can also check our ideas and how-to guides to learn more about choosing and installing faucets.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

At The Home Depot, you’ll find all of the most popular types of faucets for kitchens and bars. Pull-down kitchen faucets with a single handle that you pull downwards to begin the flow of water and adjust the temperature. Pull-out kitchen faucets with a single handle that lifts upwards to start the flow of water and pivots to adjust the temperature. Traditional kitchen faucets with separate handles for hot and cold water. Touch-less kitchen faucets with sensors that detect motion and start and stop the flow of water automatically. Bar and prep kitchen faucets made especially for small bar sinks and prep sinks. Wall-mount kitchen faucets that install against the wall rather than on the sink. Pot-filler kitchen faucets mount over the stove, swing out to fill pots, then fold back against the wall to conserve space.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

Quote: Originally Posted by sellsfloto I have some moan products in my bath. I had some rust issues and some cartridge issues. I called and they denied because I bought the home in 2012. They say they give a lifetime but then look to set any hurdle to make it so they can deny the claim. I think your better off paying half price and just replacing it when you need to on budget brands. All the faucets and showers in my house are Moen products. The house was built in 1980 and Moen still mails me free cartridges whenever I need them. All I do is to give them a call or communicate via email, pack and ship the worn cartridges, and they send me new ones. I still go to Home Depot or Lowe’s to buy new cartridges if I need them real fast, but I save the used cartridges and then ship to Moen for replacement. It does not matter if you are the original buyer or not. What matters is the Moen brand. However, I have no idea how long Moen honors the warranty. I just tell them a cartridge is bad, and they send me a new one.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

Moen is not allowed on any of my jobs. Yes, they will usually replace the fixture, the cheapest part. But they don’t cover any labor or materials that have to be replaced due to their crappy units. The last time I had to pull a marble wall down in a shower because the valve body was defective- no port was drilled thru for cold water. Yeah, Moen replaced the 40 dollar body but they didn’t pay squat for the $3000.00 it cost me to remove the marble wall and replace it. We use Price Pfister units and all of our complaints have gone away. Moen was a problem child all along and like I said, they’d send a new unit. But I had to pay for the labor to swap their crap out. FWIW, the guts of a Moen is made in China, the unit is assembled in the US. That’s pretty much standard in the US for faucets and fittings these days. It depends on who gets good chinese crap or so-so chinese crap. Moen is so-so at best followed by Delta.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

The Home Depot lets you shop for kitchen and bar faucets the way you prefer, so you can find the perfect solution for your needs with ease. Just click the links above to start shopping by type, finish, number of installation holes or brand. You can also check our ideas and how-to guides to learn more about choosing and installing faucets.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

Replacement Parts Take advantage of our lifetime limited warranty and exceptional Customer Support. find products We’re sorry. No search terms were entered. Please add a search term and try again. How do I find my model number? Where to Find Your Model Number Your model number can be found on the box in which your product was packaged. Sometimes it can be found on the instruction manual included with the product. Where to Find Your Serial Number If the model number is unavailable, the series number will be helpful when used in conjunction with the faucet images shown in our replacement part locator. The series number will not be the exact model number. Kitchen Faucets Single/Two Handle The series number may be stamped on the back side of the spout, near the base where it swivels on the sink. If you point your spout aerator (where the water comes out) so that it is facing the 3 o’clock position, the series number should be located on the opposite side at the 9 o’clock position. The model/series number is usually a four or five digit number beginning with “7” or “8” and may be followed by letters. Lavatory Faucets Single Handle The series number may sometimes be found on the underside of the spout. Lavatory Faucets Two Handle The series number is often found on the back of the decorative ring located at the bottom of the spout.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

find products We’re sorry. No search terms were entered. Please add a search term and try again. How do I find my model number? Where to Find Your Model Number Your model number can be found on the box in which your product was packaged. Sometimes it can be found on the instruction manual included with the product. Where to Find Your Serial Number If the model number is unavailable, the series number will be helpful when used in conjunction with the faucet images shown in our replacement part locator. The series number will not be the exact model number. Kitchen Faucets Single/Two Handle The series number may be stamped on the back side of the spout, near the base where it swivels on the sink. If you point your spout aerator (where the water comes out) so that it is facing the 3 o’clock position, the series number should be located on the opposite side at the 9 o’clock position. The model/series number is usually a four or five digit number beginning with “7” or “8” and may be followed by letters. Lavatory Faucets Single Handle The series number may sometimes be found on the underside of the spout. Lavatory Faucets Two Handle The series number is often found on the back of the decorative ring located at the bottom of the spout.
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Home Depot Moen Kitchen Faucets

Where to Find Your Model Number Your model number can be found on the box in which your product was packaged. Sometimes it can be found on the instruction manual included with the product. Where to Find Your Serial Number If the model number is unavailable, the series number will be helpful when used in conjunction with the faucet images shown in our replacement part locator. The series number will not be the exact model number. Kitchen Faucets Single/Two Handle The series number may be stamped on the back side of the spout, near the base where it swivels on the sink. If you point your spout aerator (where the water comes out) so that it is facing the 3 o’clock position, the series number should be located on the opposite side at the 9 o’clock position. The model/series number is usually a four or five digit number beginning with “7” or “8” and may be followed by letters. Lavatory Faucets Single Handle The series number may sometimes be found on the underside of the spout. Lavatory Faucets Two Handle The series number is often found on the back of the decorative ring located at the bottom of the spout.