Moen bathroom faucets come in many different styles and designs. First of all, there are several types of faucets you can choose from - sink, tub & shower and bidet. Moen's sink and tub/shower faucets also come in several styles, including centerset, widespread, single hole and wallmount for sinks and shower only, shower/tub and roman tub styles for bathtubs & showers.
While faucets seem like a small bathroom fixture, they can play a large part in the overall design and look of the bathroom. Your choice in faucets can have a profound impact on the end result of your design.
If you're renovating an existing bathroom, certain aspects of choosing your faucets will be dictated by what is being replaced. This will include mounting and construction factors mainly. Of course, if you're designing a bathroom from scratch or completely gutting an existing one and rebuilding, you are free to choose any faucet and then design the bathroom accordingly.
Widespread faucets have the spout in the center, with two separate handles to control the hot and cold water supply. The spacing of the separate parts can vary, but is generally at least 8 inches. Mini-widespread faucets use the same separate design, but with a 4 inch spacing.
Centerset faucets have a spout with either one or two handles, all in one piece. They are designed to fit a sink with a pre-drilled, 3-hole pattern with a 4 inch spacing.
Wall-mounted bathroom faucets are meant to be used with free-standing sinks or vanities. The spout reaches further out from the wall, to clear the walls of the sink.
There are many different finishes available in bathroom faucets, to fit almost any decor or style of home. Someo f the more popular ones include nickel, satin nickel, chrome, polished brass, wrought iron and Venetian bronze. Quality faucets, like Moen's, have strong finishes that are resistant to corrosion and tarnishing. They should keep their finish for many years, provided you keep them well maintained.
Another option if you're looking for something a little more modern is a faucet with an automatic sensor. They have an electronic sensor that recognizes when your hands are within range, and turns the faucet on automatically. You see these in many public restrooms due to the fact that they can help reduce the spread of bacteria and germs, since there is no physical contact with the faucet necessary.
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