|Product Type: Standard bathroom faucets||Number of Handles: 2|
|ADA Compliant: Yes||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Installation Required: Yes||Style: Modern|
|Mount: Widespread faucets||Handle Included: Yes|
Questions & Answers
Moen Two Handle Widespread High Arc Bathroom Faucet
Sturdy and pretty
Emily from Corpus Christi, TX– Verified Buyer
Wanted something more on the modern side for our master bath and this was perfect. We always use Moen and as usual, this faucet is great quality, nice and heavy. Looks great on the Vox!
Shinny and glamorous
marilyn from Southampton, PA– Verified Buyer
This product was less than half the price at plumbing supply store. Same great quality, just an even better price.
Moen Voss bathroom faucet
Colleen from Belleville, ON– Verified Buyer
Loved these taps. Only issue is the brushed nickel shows every water spot do a quick wipe every day is needed. Also, I purchased theses taps when doing a bathroom reno. I assumed the package contained all necessary parts required for installation however this was only what is known as a trim kit. It wasn't til we were ready to install that we realized we also had to purchase another kit to actually instal them. No big deal-just would have been nice to have that noted in the description of the product for those of us less experienced in the purchasing of faucets.
Moen - Voss Double Handle Widespread Bathroom Faucet
Diane from Vandalia, OH– Verified Buyer
Love these faucets! I remodeled my master bath and installed a corian countertop with a square sink. Rather than have stark square faucets, these rounded squares look nice and are easy to clean with no edges to hold water spots.
Anonymous from Illinois
Moen is part of Fortune Brands' Home and Hardware group - a leading consumer brands company that includes leading cabinetry, door and lock manufacturers.
Moen, originally part of Ravenna Metal Products of Seattle, Washington, became part of Stanadyne, Inc., in 1956 as the Company's only consumer brand. Stanadyne was acquired in 1988 by Forstmann-Little & Company. In 1989, Moen was given the status of an independent company and renamed Moen Incorporated before being purchased by MasterBrand Industries, Inc., an operating company of American Brands, in 1990. American Brands became Fortune Brands in 1997, and Moen is now part of the Fortune Brands Home and Hardware group.
In the time that Moen has been part of the Fortune Brands family, it has introduced a wide range of consumer-preferred, stylish products - positioning Moen as the number one plumbing brand, both in market share and in the minds of consumers.
With Moen, you'll always find the perfect balance between styles you'll love and innovation you can live with. Buy it for looks. Buy it for life?.