|Product Type: Standard bathroom faucets||Number of Handles: 2|
|ADA Compliant: Yes||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Installation Required: Yes||Handle Style: Lever|
|WaterSense Certified: Yes||Style: Contemporary|
|Mount: Centerset faucets||Handle Included: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
Moen Brantford Centerset Bathroom Faucet with Double Handles
Theresa from Villa Rica, GA– Verified Buyer
Went with one handles in the small sinks but had a larger sink and this looks great.
Polished and Classic Look
Marla from Reston, VA– Verified Buyer
The Brantford style is awesome in the brushed nickel finish. It looks sophisticated and classic - a bit of the traditional mixed with the new finish! I have installed all new Brantford fixtures in my second (guest) bathroom for an updated look and it was a success!
Excellent low cost faucet
Anthony from Amherst, NY– Verified Buyer
I wish I would have purchased this sooner. Easy to install and the higher arc keeps it cleaner and requires less bending over that one with out the arc. Great finish and easy to clean.
Sandy from media, PA– Verified Buyer
While not as striking as the Vestige faucets I purchased for my kitchen powder room, this faucet has a solid, versatile style that will go with most decors, and it is more affordable. It is well-made looks very nice.
Brushed nickel faucet
Lisa Simmons from New Orleans, LA– Verified Buyer
This faucet is so beautiful and very well made. It looks better in person than the picture online.The delivery was faster than they had said which is always a plus.
ka from tallahassee
I haven't installed this yet, but it is awesome looking. I'm very pleased.
John the Plumber from West Virginia– Verified Buyer
Easy install and very attractive!
Michelle from Pennsylvania
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