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Moen HC400506 Sillcock, Mix 6" Chr Chrome one-handle frost free anti-siphon 12 gpm (45.4 l/min) max. limited lifetime warranty
The simplicity and reliability of Moen is brought outdoors with our sill faucets. From finishes that are guaranteed to last a lifetime, to faucets that perfectly balance your water pressure, Moen sets the standard for exceptional beauty and reliable, innovative design. Timeless designs, styles unlike anything else, faucets and fixtures that are livable and enduring, these are just some of the reasons that Moen is the number one brand of faucet in North America. But, Moen does more than make faucets. It's also a major supplier of stylish kitchen sinks and innovative bath accessories. 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. Whether you are planning a full-scale kitchen remodel with premium kitchen fixtures and faucets, or are looking for simple updates to your bath faucets and coordinating plumbing and bathroom fixtures - Moen carries a large selection of products to help you create the kitchen or bath of your dreams. If your decorating style is traditional, modern or somewhere in between, Moen offers the styles, finishes and quality faucets, fixtures and accessories for the kitchen and bath that you are looking for. All Moen faucets come with a Lifetime Warranty against leaks, drips and finish defects. 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.
It works great. Nothing like hot water to wash your car.Published 10 months ago by Lawrence Brewster
Product misrepresentation. This is not a 6" stem. It is closer to 16". Be careful, after several phone calls to the company to resolve the issue I still have the valves... Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Don Anderson