Faucet Reviews and Ratings

This is part 2 of an article on home faucets. The information contained in Part 1 is extensively refer­enced in this part, and it is strongly recommeneded that you read it before continuing on. To go back to Part 1, click here.

A manufacturer's list price is a good indicator of the esteem in which a com­pany holds its own products, but not necessarily of their market value. Prices of many high-end faucets are discounted steeply by retailers and suppliers. The prices listed here are the actual "street" prices at which the faucet line can be purchased.

How Much Should a Good Faucet Cost?


It is entirely possible to pay more than $20,000 for a faucet, but also possible to buy a good, well-made, stylish faucet for less than $200.00. Street prices for faucets these days are all over the place. Alternative retailing through the internet has created tremendous price pressure on established local retailers. For value received, faucet prices have probably never been lower.

For well over a century American Standard was an American company.

No longer. Today the American Standard brand in America is owned by Lixil Group, the giant Japanese building products company. But American Standard takes great pains to hide the fact that it is foreign owned, and that it manufactures alsmost all of its products outside the U.S.

For example, American Standard released this circular in a press kit. (Click to enlarge the image so you can read it). The item shown is one of only SIX plumbing products American Standard still man­ufac­tures in the U.S., out of the thousands it sells here. Over 99.99% of its man­ufac­turing is overseas — mostly in Mexico and China.

American Standard Brand companies have exported nearly 30,000 American man­ufac­turing jobs.

If American Standard really wants to make a contribution to Americaan “economic prosperity”, as this press release suggests, it should bring those 30,000 jobs back home.

And, we should do our part, as suggested by American Standard, by buying from a company that still makes its products here — in the U.S.A. — Like Brizo, Delta, Moen, Symmons and Chicago Faucets. See the list below.

Buy American, not American Standard.


Still Made in the U.S.A.


Quite a few faucets are still man­ufac­tured, or at least assembled, in the United States. Many traditional faucet suppliers have reduced their domestic man­ufac­turing, but most still retain at least some U.S. factories. Here are the faucet manufacturers still making their faucets in America.

Brizo California Faucets Chicago Faucets
Delta Faucets Kohler Plumbing Moen
Newport Brass Phylrich Restoration Hardware
Sherle Wagner Sigma Sonoma Forge
Symmons Industries Watermark Designs Waterstone
Wolverine Brass

"Top of Mind" Faucet Survey Results


Our survey question — When you think "faucet", what is the first faucet brand that comes to mind. — was answered by 1,771 readers. Discounting multiple answers from the same reader, blanks, and nonsense responses, here are the results. (The totals may not sum to exactly 100% due to rounding error.)

Rank Manufacturer Percent
1Moen30.97%
2Delta24.15%
3Kohler21.49%
4Grohe6.73%
5Pfister2.15%
6Hansgrohe1.43%
7Peerless1.00%
8American Standard0.86%
9Glacier Bay0.72%
10Elkay0.57%
11Kraus0.57%
12Rohl0.57%
13KWC0.53%
14Blanco0.43%
15Mico0.43%
16Newport Brass0.43%
17Symmons0.43%
18California Faucets0.29%
19Graff0.29%
20Jado0.29%
21Phylrich0.29%
22Vigo0.29%
23Uberhaus0.29%
24Waterstone0.29%
25Brizo0.14%
26Chicago Faucets0.14%
27Danze0.14%
28Eljer0.14%
29Eurostream0.14%
30Ikea0.14%
31Toto0.14%
All Other4.01%

The brand awareness survey reveals no surprises. The top three faucet makers — Moen, Delta, and Kohler — are still in the order in which they appeared in survey results in 2011, and are still the top brands in the minds of over 75% of potential customers. The hundreds of other brands share the remaining 25%. Grohe moved up some, but not a great amount, while Pfister moved down a little. Overall, very little changed, which suggests that consumer brand awareness is rather stable and changes but very slowly.

Thanks for Your Help
T hanks and a big tip of the hard-hat to the many readers who suggested improvements to this page. Most of the suggested changes have now been incorporated.

Our gratitude also to all who wrote in to suggest faucet lines that we ought to review. We regret that we cannot, however, review every faucet made. We limit our reviews to faucet lines with which we have some experience. There are literally hundreds of boutique faucet suppliers, and some major manufacturers that we don't know anything about simply because we have never bought one of their faucets. We do not mean to imply that by leaving a faucet out of these ratings the faucet is a bad product. It means only that we just don't know enough about the faucet to rate it. We appreciate the feedback, however, so keep it coming.

If you are a faucet manufacturer and feel we made factual mistakes about your company or products or have not treated your company or products fairly, let us know your specific objections and we will reexamine our review. Anything you write, however, is subject to being reprinted by us on this web site for public view.

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Under $100


As a gen­er­al rule faucets priced below $100.00 are sus­pect. They pro­ba­bly con­tain cri­ti­cal parts made of plas­tic. But, if you are careful, you can find good, all brass and/or stainless steel faucets for less than $100.00. You just have to know what you are looking for. We generally take the faucet apart to see what it's made of. If its all brass or stainless, we burn a little incense to the fickled gods of good bargains. If it's plastic, we take it back.

$100 - 300


Most faucets priced between $100.00 and $300.00 are going to give good service for many years. The key is good materials — brass and stainless steel — and a known brand name. The faucets at the lower end of this range tend to be the traditional, established styles, while those at the upper end are often somewhat more au courant. Generally, the innards are about the same, so quality at this level is rarely an issue. Getting parts might be. If the faucet fails, you will want to know that the company that made it will probably still be in business and any necessary repair parts are still available.

Over $300


Above $300.00 you are paying a premium for style, status, finish, a prestige brand name, boutique man­ufac­turing and/or small production runs. The quality of the mechanics of the faucet will probably not be much better than a faucet you can buy for less than $300.00. And, even at this level, prices run the gamut. Just for fun, we priced a KWC Domo kitchen faucet that we know to be of excellent quality. The price ranged from $300.00 to $805.00 from reputable on-line retailers. High-style faucets produced in limited runs tend to cost more, which is why a mass-produced Chicago faucet will usually cost much less than a hand-crafted Waterstone faucet, although the quality of both faucet lines is generally excellent.

Our Street Prices


All prices quoted in our ratings are for sink faucets. Tub fillers and shower valves (which are technically faucets) are not considered. Our prices are for chrome, or, where chrome is not available, the manufacturer's standard finish. Faucet finish affects faucet pricing. Unusual or difficult finishes will cost more. Exotic finishes: nickel, oil rubbed bronze, stainless and so on, are almost always higher — sometimes as much as 100% higher.

Made in USA?


The popular notion is that almost nothing is man­ufac­tured in the U.S.A. these days. Man­ufac­turing has moved to China.

Not true.

Some man­ufac­turing has been moved overseas, but scads of excellent faucets are still man­ufac­tured by U.S. companies in the U.S. by American workers — faucets equal in quality and craftsmanship to any in the world.

Admittedly, it is sometimes hard to tell which faucets are American-made. Companies that have moved their manufacturing overseas often take great pains to hide the fact. American Standard, for example, despite its name and long history as a pioneering U.S. manufacturer makes not even one faucet in the U.S. It is now Japanese-owned. It designs faucets in New Jersey, but assembles then in Mexico from components made in China. American Standard no longer has a single faucet factory in the U.S. or Canada.

Pfister (formerly Price-Pfister), although still American-owned (by those great people who bring you the George Foreman Grill and Dingo Dog Treats), does not manufacture any of the faucets it sells under the Pfister brand. Every one of the faucets it sells in North America is manufactured by an overseas contract manufacturer and imported. On the other hand, Hansgrohe, a German company (although American-owned), produces many of its excellent products in Georgia (the U.S. Georgia, not the other Georgia), and Toto, a Japanese manufacturer, makes hundreds of its sanitary ware products in the U.S. Dozens of Toto's sinks, toilets and bath accessories quality as "Made in U.S.A". Go figure!

Many traditional U.S. faucet companies are still manufacturing, or at least, assembling faucets, in the U.S. including the old standards: Brizo, Delta Faucets, Kohler Plumbing, and Moen; as are some excellent, but less well-known American faucet companies like Chicago Faucets, Newport Brass, Symmons Industries, and Wolverine Brass; and some very promising newcomers such as California Faucets, Phylrich, Sigma Designer Faucetry, Sonoma Forge, Watermark Designs. and Waterstone.

Unfortunately, there is no U. S. law that requires faucets sold in the U.S. to disclose the amount of domestic content. Many companies do so, however, for marketing purposes, and if a company voluntarily discloses its products' content, then it must comply with the "Made in USA" policy of the Federal Trade Commission. Here are the rules:

When is a Faucet Made in USA?


To qualify for a "Made in USA" sticker on the box, a faucet must be “all or virtually all” made in the U.S. This means, at minimum, that…

  • The final assembly that results in the "substantial transformation" of the product into its final form must be in the U.S. For example, it is not sufficient if all the company does is attach handles to a foreign-made faucet, because the resulting transformation is not "substantial". The faucet was already a faucet before the handles were attached. It was not transformed into a faucet by the final assembly.
  • It must contain "all or virtually all" U. S. made components. While some incidental parts may be made elsewhere, the critical parts must be made here. The FTC's enforcement policy allows only a "de minimis or negligible amount of foreign content." For example, a faucet may have "hot" and "cold" label buttons made elsewhere and probably still be "Made in USA". But, if its handles, valves or body were man­ufac­tured outside the country, it is not made in U.S.A. because these are critical parts of a faucet, and certainly not de minimis.

  • Assembled in USA?


    A faucet that includes substantial foreign content may be marked "Assembled in USA" when it has undergone its final assembly in the United States. Again, the assembly must result in a "substantial transformation" of the product. Merely adding a few parts to the finished faucet, or bolting a few major components together — so-called "screwdriver assembly" does not qualify.

    Manufacturers may also use "Made in USA of Imported Materials" or a similar qualifying language to describe products a faucet assembled in the U.S. As a consumer you must remember that anything other than an unqualified "Made in USA" claim actually means "Assembled in USA" no matter how clever the qualifying language — "90% Made in USA" just means "Assembled in U.S.A.", nothing more.

    "Buy American" Laws
    The federal Buy American Act (BAA), first enacted in 1933 in response to the first Great Depression and last amended in 2009 in response to the second Great Depression, requires products and materials purchased by the Federal Government or used in federally funded public works projects have "substantial" American content. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act applies similar (although not exactly the same) rules to economic recovery projects funded under the Act.

    Manufacturers wishing to provide products or materials to the U.S. government or for public works projects have to identify those that comply with ARRA/BAA requirements. These lists are available, usually by merely asking for them. While the requirements for domestic content under ARRA/BAA are not exactly the same as the Made in USA requirements of the FTC, they are close, and any item on an ARRA/BAA list is likely to be at minimum "assembled" in the U.S.

    Of course, some companies cheat. Home Depot is now being sued for passing off some China-made products as ARRA/BAA compliant, and Fastenal has paid a multi-million dollar fine for the same offense. But, generally the ARRA/BAA lists are reliable, and as we get them, we will provide a link to each company's ARRA/BAA products. Keep in mind that these are usually not very descriptive. Often they are just lists of model numbers. But, if you have a faucet in mind and want to check it for Made in America, the lists are useful.

    Our "Made in USA" Ratings
    The critical components of faucets are valves, spouts, bodies and handles. Everything else is incidental or cosmetic. Manufacturers that make faucets in the U.S. cast and machine their own bodies, spouts and handles. Few, if any, make their own ceramic valves. This is a very specialized manufacturing process that requires expensive machinery that most faucet companies just don't have. So most valves are outsourced by all but the largest faucet makers.

    The best ceramic valves are made in Europe, so better faucet companies commonly go to Europe to buy them. (And, we're going to get a bucket-load of e-mails from American valve makers who disagree.) This is not a new practice. European, especially German, valves have been preferred ever since ceramic valves were invented.

    Furthermore, just about every U.S. faucet maker buys simple fittings from China, even steadfast made in U.S.A. companies like Chicago Faucets and Symmons Industries. So the chance of 100% American content in a faucet is pretty slim.

    In our Made in USA ratings, we do not discount for a foreign ceramic valve or components. To do so would eliminate just about every U.S. faucet maker from consideration. If more than 50% of basic metal parts are cast or machined in the U.S. and the faucet is assembled and finished here, we rate the faucet "Made in USA". If the cartridge is also made here, then so much the better.

    If the faucet is assembled in the U.S. but does not contain at least 50% U.S.-made parts, we rate it "Assembled in USA". If it is also finished here, so much the better.

    Otherwise, it is "Imported", and we do our best to ferret out from which foreign country or countries the company imports its faucets.

    Most faucet manufacturers, especially the large manufacturers, sell a complex line of faucets composed variously of faucets made in the U.S., imported faucets, and faucets assembled from imported components. Large companies, like Delta, even man­ufac­ture the same model faucet in two or more differently countries. We try to judge the overall composition of the manufacturer's products when assigning a rating. We may be wrong, and if we are we would like to hear about it. Be fairly warned, however, that if you claim your product is Made in U.S.A. we will want proof based on FTC enforcement guidelines, including the precise locations(s) where the faucet and all its components are man­ufac­tured.

    Never buy a faucet you have never heard of.
    Un­known brands have of­ten just­ly earned their obs­curi­ty.


    Jerry Francis Leonard, Master Plumber
    Our research has led to a few surprises. American Standard, a very old and well-established American company that sells literally thousands of different bath and kitchen products, man­ufac­tures barely a half dozen of them in the U.S. American Standard is not exactly forthcoming about where its products are made. Unlike other sanitary-ware manufacturers it does not publish a list of its manufacturing facilities. But, by researching U.S. Customs records, it is possible to ferret out where American Standard man­ufac­tures, and it's not here in America.

    By contrast, Toto, the giant Japanese bath wares company, makes well over a thousand different sanitary-ware and accessory products that qualify for the "Made in USA" label in its U.S. manufacturing plants in Georgia. We find it very weird sticking a "Made in USA" label on a Japanese toilet, but there it is. Toto has earned the "Made in USA" label, and ought to have it recognized. Unfortunately, none of the faucets sold by Toto is made in the U.S. All Toto faucets are imported.

    It's almost impossible to tell who makes what and where they make it without a scorecard. Companies that make most of their products overseas are often reluctant to disclose the fact, and most are very secretive about which foreign factories actually man­ufac­ture their products. It's a "trade secret", don't you know. So, if you are interested in buying American, always check the origin of the particular faucet you are looking to purchase by calling the company's customer service. They have to tell you where it's made. Even the most steadfast "Made in America" companies sell some foreign faucets — so check every time. We do.

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    The Five Basic Business Models


    Just about every faucet company describes itself as a manufacturer. Few, however, actually make faucets. Most buy faucets, or at least the components required to assemble faucets, from outside manufacturers. It is no secret that many North American faucet manufacturers have shifted much, if not all, of their manufacturing to foreign, primarily Chinese, companies. It is less well known that many Western European faucet manufacturers have done much the same thing; shifting manufacturing to companies in former Soviet Bloc countries where there is an abundance of lower-cost skilled labor and existing manufacturing facilities. Many traditional American faucet makers have become little more than marketing companies, lending their brand names to foreign-made products. This is one reason that the various faucets offered by various brands seem to look so similar. They are often made by the same large foreign manufacturer, with only slight stylistic changes.

    Faucet companies can be divided into five broad categories of business, with much overlap. Small and mid-size companies are fairly easy to pin down. But, the mega companies such as American Standard and Kohler are a little more difficult since they incorporate parts of several models. Generally, however, we can identify an overall model. If we can't, then we won't publish a rating until we can.
      The Manufacturers
    Companies that man­ufac­ture their own faucets in factories they own are the manufacturers.

      Faucet Business Models
      Manu­fac­turer Ass­em­bler Spe­ci­fi­er Mar­ke­teer Re­bran­der
    Design & En­gi­neer­ing ×   ×    
    Com­po­nent Manufac­turing ×        
    Process QC ×        
    Assembly × ×      
    Final QC × × ×    
    Marketing & Brand Awareness × × × ×  
    Sales × × × × ×
    After-Sale Support × × ×    
    The key processes involved in faucet manufacturing are casting, machining and finishing. Companies that own their own foundries and machine shops and apply their own finishes are the manufacturers. They control manufacturing from initial design through final quality inspection and are able to insert quality assurance measures throughout the process. There seems to be a direct correlation between having control of the whole process and a low number of defects and, thus, consumer complaints.

    Faucet companies that fall into this category are, for example, Kohler, Symmons Industries, and Chicago Faucets: all U.S. companies that man­ufac­ture primarily in the U.S. Some other "American" faucet companies are manufacturers, but the factories they own are in foreign countries. For example: American Standard Brands, man­ufac­tures mostly in Mexico, as does Pfister, using components man­ufac­tured mostly in China. Graff faucets are made in Poland.

    Foreign manufacturers whose products are widely sold in the U.S. include Globe Union, a Taiwan-based company that sells under the Danze nameplate, Grohe and Hansgrohe from Germany, KWC, Paini and MGS Progetti, Italian faucet makers, and Herbeau and THG, both French firms.

    The Assemblers
    The faucet makers that assemble and finish faucets from critical parts cast and machined by others are Assemblers. Assemblers control some of the faucet making process, but rely on basic faucet components made by outside companies. All faucet manufacturers use outside parts to a certain extent. For example, few faucet makers have the capacity to man­ufac­ture the ceramic disks needed for some faucet valves — a very specialized process. But, if all casting and machining is surrendered to others, the company loses much of its ability to assure the quality of some very key processes needed to man­ufac­ture faucets.

    Many Assemblers are also Specifiers (see below). Newport Brass, California Faucets, and Sherle Wagner are examples. All of these companies design their own faucets, but subcontract the manufacturing of component parts to overseas suppliers. They then import the components, assemble, finish and inspect the faucets in the U.S. These companies make very good products, so it looks like the process works pretty well overall.

    The Specifiers
    While Assemblers are also likely to be Specifiers, the reverse is not true. Specifiers are not usually assemblers. Specifiers design and engineer their faucets, and do their own in-house quality assurance, but farm out all of the actual manufacturing — usually including final assembly and finishing. Most of these have been doing this for many years and make no excuses for the fact they consider themselves the creative end of the industry, leaving the nitty-gritty business of actually producing their creations to the less imaginative.

    Some very good faucets are built using this model. Companies in this category include Strom Plumbing, Franke, and Elkay. Because they do their own designing and testing and have strong internal quality control, they also have a reputation for very good quality faucets with very few defects.

    Restoration Hardware is in this group, but uses a slightly different approach. Its faucets are made by Brasstech, a Masco company that also manufactures Newport Brass faucets. Restoration Hardware, which is a retailer of furnishings and accessories for the home, has no quality control capability, and relies on Brasstech for all quality assurance.

    The Marketeers
    Some companies do nothing more than assemble collections of faucets man­ufac­tured by others. These collections are given a brand name and sold under that name. The faucets are often made by a variety of manufacturers with no particular commonality other than being repackaged for sale under one brand name.

    These are marketing companies. They don't design, manufacturer or assemble their own faucets. They usually provide no internal quality control, but rely on whatever quality assurance is available from the actual manufacturers. They generally buy inexpensive foreign, primarily Chinese, faucets and sell through discount retailers, but not always. Rohl, for example, buys premium European faucets which it sells through showrooms, interior designers and high end internet retailers. Aquabrass, the Canadian importer, buys many of its faucets from Italy, as does Lacava Designs. The East Coast importer Whitehaus buys its faucets from Hamat, a well-regarded Israili faucet company that manufactures good quality products, and Waterworks from THG, a well-known French manufacturer of high-end faucets.

    Some companies in this category try to appear to be high end sellers by presenting themselves as something more than they are. Both Artisan Manufacturing and Kraus USA, for example, go to considerable lengths to appear to be designers and manufacturers of their own quality faucets. But, even a cursory inquiry reveals that they own no factories and, in fact, import all of their faucets, already boxed and ready to sell, from large Asian manufacturers. Most Marketeers, however, present themselves as just what they are, importers of foreign-made faucets of varying levels of quality for retail sale in the U.S. and Canada.

    Other companies in the category include Huntington Brass, Vigo Industries, Ruvati, Signature Hardware and Kingston Brass. Home Depot follows this model with three of its faucet collections: Elizabethan Classics, Belle Forêt, and Schön; all sold by its subsidiary World Imports. Spohn Global's Freur faucets also fall in this category, at the low end of the scale.

    One commonality among Marketeers that we find very troublesome is the availability of replacement and repair parts, or rather the lack thereof. While some Marketeers, notably Rohl, provide full support for their products, including an extensive parts inventory, most do not. Kraus, for example, guarantees to have parts available for its faucets for just five years, which is about average for this group. Vigo and Kingston Brass have not been as forthcoming about their intentions, but offer only a 5 and 10 year warranty respectively. Five or ten years of parts support is not enough for a product intended by most buyers to last a lifetime. At the very low end, Freuer doesn't make even a modest attempt to provide after-installation support.
      The Retail Rebranders
    Large retailers have been rebranding for for just about as long as large retailer have existed. Big box and lumber stores, and hardware cooperatives buy faucets directly from manufacturers then rebrand and sell them under a store trade name. These are, unfortunately, the faucets that seem to be the hardest to get warranty support or parts for. Pegasus and Glacier Bay faucets from The Home depot are a case in point — but certainly not the only case. Home Depot faucets are made by factories in (mostly) China. There is no central parts source, so if you need a part, you had better hope you kept the brochure that came with the faucet so you will know how to contact the actual manufacturer. Home Depot can't help you. They don't keep those kinds of records — or at least no one seems to know where they are.

    The problem is hardly insurmountable. Some Rebranders have completely conquered their after-sale servicing issues: notably Sears, whose nationally famous Craftsman tool and Kenmore appliance brands are all made by others. But, unlike other retail rebranders, Sears stocks all the parts and provides all warranty and repair service out of its local stores — proving that the after-sale issues inherent in retail rebranding can be overcome. But, it takes an institutional commitment of resources to do so.

    Some big box retailers have done so. Lowe's®, for example, sells a variety of in-house brands, and supports them very well with a backup warranty and parts organization that, most of the time, is very competent. Its store-brand, AquaSource faucets, come with a lifetime warranty, unusual for a retail rebrander. RONA, the Canadian big-box retailer, is also an example of good back-end support. RONA, lke the Home Depot, its chief competitor in Canada, imports its faucets already in the box and ready to sell from a variety of Chinese manufacturers. It supplies its in-house brand Uberhaus faucets to company-owned stores, franchises and cooperating independent hardware stores throughout Canada, and supports them through a third-party warranty and parts organization, Mecanair near Montreal.

    Is There a "Best" Business Model?
    We are not prepared to categorically state that one business model is overwhelmingly better than another. Most seem able to produce good, and not so good, faucets. There is no necessary relationship between business model and faucet quality. A company that is determined to offer a good quality faucet will sell good quality products irrespective of its chosen model. A company that is competing only on price is not as likely to offer a reliable product. This includes many Marketeers, and some Retail Rebranders. But, by no means all. Kraus, for example, is a Marketeer that seems very focused on quality despite its relatively low prices. Retail Rebranders Ikea and Home Depot sell many excellent faucets, but also some real clunkers, and it's not usually possible to tell which is which. But, Delta and Moen, both Manufacturers, also sell the occasional junk faucet, although their reputation for quality is generally very good. However, with Manufacturers it's usually possible to avoid poor quality simply by following our two basic rules of faucet-buying: stay away from plastic, and be wary of any faucet retailing below $100.00.

    The real difference among business models is in after-sale support. It is clear that most Retail Rebranders seem to have the some after-sale support issues. It is usually not possible to tell who actually made the store brand faucet, and therefore where to get replacement parts. And, the stores often don't know. Plus, store brands are often not the manufacturer's regular line of faucet, so replacement parts may not be in inventory anyway.

    Marketeers generally offer sparse after-sale support. They are wholesalers, and typically have very limited in-house support capabilities, if any. Companies such as Kraus admit that they will keep replacement parts on hand for just a few years. What they do to support their lifetime warranties after that few years is anyone's guess. Signaure Hardware has no parts operation of any kind to support its 5-year faucet warranty, and admits that it cannot get parts for its faucets. Spohn Global Enterprises provides no customer support of any kind for its Freuer faucets.

    But, we have seen great strides in the post-sale support offered by Marketeers since we begain pointing out the deficiencies in this area over a decade ago. The established companies like Kraus, Vigo, Huntington Brass, and Kingston Brass all now have fairly extensive post sale support operations. And, while se still get a few compaints about after-sale customer service, it is nowhere near what it was a few years ago. The newer companies, like Artisan and Giagni do not have much of a track record yet, so we do not know how well their after-sale support works.

    At the other end, Manufacturers and Assemblers are likely to have comprehensive support operations, making it easier to get parts and warranty service. But, some Specifiers also excel in product support. In the complaints we receive about these companies', the issue is seldom with customer support, which is often praised to the sky, but with the product itself. But, some of these companies do have customer support issues. Mico Designs, for example, a Specifier of some high-end faucets, is quickly earning a reputation for some of the worst customer support in the industry. By contrast, California Faucets, gets frequent praise for its responsive after-sale support, as do both Watermark and Waterstone. However, the established American companies, Kohler, Moen and Delta are the stand outs in this area, and the models that other faucet companies would be wise to follow.

    Problems with the Marketeer Model
    The fastest growing business model is the Marketeer, more particularly the Asia Marketeers that import low-cost Asian faucets which they buy in wholesale lots and then sell at retail, usually through discount internet venues. In 1999 there were just three Asia Marketeers, Huntington Brass, Kingston Brass and Signature Hardware (then doing business as Clawfoot Supply). Now there are more than two dozen.

    One reason for the rapid growth is ease with which a Marketeer company can be started. The cost of starting a business to import low-cost Chinese and Taiwanese faucets and other sanitary wares is relatively low. No substantial investment in factories or machinery is needed. All that is required is a rented warehouse and a good marketing plan. And, as Asian faucet factories get more comfortable selling in small lots and single units, a warehouse may no longer be necessary. The products can be drop-shipped from China as ordered.

    Intermural Competition


    But, the very ease with which an Asian import business can be started may be part of the eventual downfall of the model. The market segment occupied by the Asia-Marketeeers is already very competitive and there is little the various companies can do to make themselves stand out from the pack. Some, like Signature Hardware and to a lesser extent huntington Brass and Kingston Brass seek to distinguish themselves by offering coordinated collections that include sinks, tubs, and accessories as well as faucets. Other importers such as Kraus emphasise the quality of their products. But, it is hard to overcome the fact that these companies sell roughly the same products manufactured by many of the same Taiwanese and chinese factories using the same internet retail venues at roughly the same price points. For example, the Ariza faucet sold by Signature Hardware is virtually identical to the VG-02001 Kitchen Faucet sold by Vigo Industries for about the same price. Both faucets are probably variations of the LH-023946 faucet made by L.S.H. Faucet Co.. Few faucets sold by any one Asia Marketeer are not sold by at least one other Asia Marketeer. The competion is stiff and increasing. Every year sees the rise of another crop of agressive newcomers — most recently Ruvati, Ultra Faucets and Yosemite Home Decor — all in hot pursuit of a fairly small market share, adding to the competitive pressures. By most estimates, all of the Asia Marketeers combined have just 6-8% of the North American faucet market.

    Intensified competition has already claimed its first casualty: FSA Imports, a long-time importer of Asian faucets that it sold under its Fontaine brand, closed its doors in May, 2013 and is no longer in business.

    Direct Competition from Asian Manufacturers


    However, the more daunting competition in the future may not come from U.S.-based Asia Marketeers, but from Chinese faucet manufactureers themselves that decide to market their products directly to U.S. buyers rather than through U.S.-based middlemen.

    So far only one Chinese faucet manufacturer has succeeded in establishing a major retail presence in the U.S. market — Globe Union Industrial Corp, Ltd. — which, after several false starts and a long, long leraning curve, finally made the breakthrough with its Danze faucet brand. But, at least one other Chinese manufacturer is poised at the brink of a major retail penetration the U.S. faucet market — Lota International Co. Ltd.

    The list of faucet companies that buy Lota faucets and faucet components already reads like the who's-who of the U.S. faucet industry, including Brizo, California Faucets, Chicago Faucets, Delta, Elkay, Franke, Grohe, Newport Brass, Peerless, and Pfister, among others. The company also manufactures store brand faucets for large retailers. For example, many of the Pegasus and Glacier Bay faucets sold by Home Depot are manufacured by Lota. Lota branded plumbing fittings, especially compression-style faucet valves, have been sold for years in the U.S., and Lotal already has in place a complete support structure that distributes its plumbing products in North America. But until recently the Lota name has not been associated with decorative sanitary ware, such as faucets. But, that may be changing.

    We are starting to see faucets for sale in the U.S. identified as made by Lota. Many Glacier Bay and Pegasus are now cross-branded as Lota faucets. Lota is also starting to showcase its faucet products on its impressive U.S. website, Lota U.S.A.. You cannot, so far, buy a Lota faucet from Lota, but the web site is clearly set up to support direct sales in the future. Lota has also established a strong U.S.-based customer service and warranty operation to support its faucets sold by importers in the U.S. and Canada. This was a very smart stragetic move since it lifts the cost of providing after-sales support from the companies that sell Lota products to the public, making Lota more attractive as a supplier to U.S.-based faucet importers. It also sets Lota up nicely to begin introducing Lota branded products into the U.S. with the marketing and support infrastructure already in place and operating smoothly. It should help Lota avoid the customer service issues that beset its competitors like Globe Union (Danze) and Kingston Brass.

    We think all of this preparation can only be the run up to a launch of a Lota brand in the U.S. It's hard to tell whether Lota will try to establish its own brand name such as Globe Union did with Danze, or simply buy up an existing brand such as the purchase of American Standard Brands by the giant Japanese home improvement company, Lixil. But, Lota is aggressive and well capitalized, so however it decides to enter the U.S. retail faucet market, it is almost certain to succeed. And, most probably to the detriment of one or more existing Asian Marketeers.

    Competition from China-Based E-tailers


    But, the most significant threat to the Asia Marketeers may be from China's super-competitive internet retailers.

    China is the world's largest e-commerce market. By some estimates, over 70% of China's non-food retail purchases are through internet sources. So far, the Chinese have been content just to provide products to North American-based retailers who understand how to market to consumers in the U.S. and Canada. But, Chinese e-tailers increasingly are looking to expand into Europe and North America where the competition is weaker and profit margins more robust.

    The complex infrastructure required for world-wide e-marketing is already in place. Paypal®, AliPay® and other cross-national payment services have made international retail transactions secure and simple. Transnational banks already routinely handle currency conversions in amounts down to a few cents. And, UPS and FedEx parcel shipping operations and China Post's air mail service have made worldwide small-package delivery inexpensive and quick. The average delivery time from mainland China to the American Midwest is now just 15 days, express delivery is 3-5 days, making direct purchase from China and Taiwan commercially viable.

    Jingdong Corp., a leading Chinese Internet retailer (jd.com), has done very well with its English-language web site since its debut in 2012, despite almost no advertising. LightInTheBox Holdings started out selling discounted wedding gowns in 2008, and is still heavily skewed toward women's wear, but has steadily broadened its offerings to include items such as faucets and bathwares at very favorable prices. AliExpress.com, an English-language, Amazon-like e-tail shopping mall is already a phonomical success less than three years after launching. It's parent, Alibaba Group, controlled by founder Ma Yun (aka Jack Ma), is an experienced e-commerce leviathan that according to the Wall Street Journal, already handles 80% of China's internet retailing. Its gross sales in 2013 were $248 billion (Us), one-third more than was spent on Amazon and e-Bay combined.

    We are already seeing faucets substantially identical to those sold by Asia Marketeers at deep discounts on Chinese English-language e-tail sites including LightInTheBox.com, FaucetSuperDeal.com and AliExpress. Very often these faucets sell for less than half the price for the same or very similar faucet from U.S.-based importers. LightInThebox has recently established a fulfillment center in the U.S. for even faster delivery to North American customers.

    All of these China-based e-tailers are just getting started, and have a lot to learn about selling in the North American market. For example, none of them offer a warranty of any kind other than a promise to replace the faucet if defective on delivery and none of their faucets have been tested or certified for the U.S. or Canadian markets. But, they will get better, and if they can hold their prices, they may put a lot of the Asia Marketeers out of business in fairly short order.

    How We Determine a Company's Business Model
    Few companies fit cleanly into one business-model category. There is a lot of overlap, especially in a large company with several divisions and diverse product lines. Kohler, for example, is mostly a U.S.-based manufacturer, but its faucets contain parts made by other companies under contract, and some are simply man­ufac­tured by others to Kohler's specifications. Delta, Moen and Elkay are doing the same thing. Rohl, has recently designed its own complete collection of faucets, sanitary ware and accessories, and seems headed, at least in part, away from Marketeer and toward Specifier.

    In the ratings below, where a company seems to have multiple or overlapping business models, the overlap will be noted.

    Getting Parts


    A name brand faucet not only has a history and a reputation that can usually be relied on, but also a massive investment in parts and an organization to keep track of and distribute the parts. Even if all a company does is buy faucets from overseas factories, it generally also buys the parts required to keep those faucets operating. Most faucet companies try to use the same parts in many faucets, especially parts like cartridges and hoses that get a lot of wear and could be broken. This practice helps reduce the cost of stocking a large number of different parts. Still, few parts operations are self-supporting, so some part of the cost of purchasing, cataloging, stocking and distributing those parts is going to be added to the price of your faucet. What you get for the few extra dollars you pay for a name faucet is peace of mind: If the faucet breaks, the parts to fix it are available. They might be costly, but not usually as costly as replacing the faucet.

    A reliable supply of parts is an important part of any faucet-buying decision. Kraus, for example, does not guaranteed parts for its faucets after five years. Vigo, which guarantees its faucet cartridges for just five years, probably stocks replacement cartridges for just the five-year warranty period. Of course, after the guaranteed availability period, there may still be some parts left on the shelf, but you can't rely on it.

    These are discount-sellers, and they naturally look for ways to reduce costs. But, the consequence is that after a few years, when the faucet is most likely to break, there may be no parts to be had in the U.S. for the Chinese faucets these companies sell. By contrast, we just bought a new valve seat for a bathroom faucet man­ufac­tured by Kohler in 1918. The fact that the seat lasted almost 100 years gives you a good indication of the quality of Kohler products made in 1918. The fact that we can still get parts for it tells you a lot about the depth of Kohler's parts inventory.

    Home Depot, Menards, Lowes and other large home centers and hardware stores sell numerous faucets their own in-store brand names. In most cases, unless you know who made the faucet, it's almost impossible to find out where to get parts — even if parts are available. This seems to be a systemic weakness of Retail Rebranders, and is discussed above under Business Models, and in our rating of Home Depot faucets below.

    Our Faucet Ratings


    We don't sell faucets. We don't accept payment of any kind from faucet companies. We don't recommend faucets to our customers unless specifically asked to do so. We do a lot of kitchen and bath remodeling, so we buy a lot of faucets. That is our only connection to the faucet industry.

    We have no interest in promoting any specific faucet, faucet line or faucet company. All of this is preamble to the following statement:
    We rate faucet companies as objectively as we can, often after extensive investigation. We don't care what faucet you buy. We just present you with the facts we have, and leave it up to you to make an intelligent choice.
    Our ratings are based on our own hands-on experience with these products and the experiences of building professionals we know and trust. Building professionals we don't know and manufacturers themselves may disagree with our ratings. If so, we'd like to hear from them. We do not rate any faucet line that is too new to have a track record, or where information is too sparse for us to form an intelligent opinion. Eventually we will (if they are still around in a few years), but not yet. If we can't tell who made the faucet, as is often the case with Retail Rebranders, then we usually will not rate the faucet line.

    We don't try to review and rate every faucet company. There are far too many. There are hundreds, if not thousands of boutique faucet companies. What we do try to review and rate are faucet companies that readers ask about. So, if your preferred faucet is not reviewed, and you would eke to see it rated, contact us. We have added six company ratings in the past year, and have another six in the hopper. When we have enough information to support a rating, these will appear in the list.

    Ratings range from 1 to 10, with 1 being completely worthless to 10 being nearly perfect. Four to six are average. We know of no manufacturer who rates a 10 — although a couple are very close — and will not list any company whose products do not reach at least a 4. Most companies make a range of faucets. They have an economy line, middle line, and top line. This is why we usually post ratings as a range, from 3-7, for example. Three is below standard, seven is above average. So while our ratings give you an idea of the overall quality of the company's faucets, it's always necessary to investigate the particular faucet you are planning to buy. There are good and not-so-good faucets in most product lines.

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    American Standard faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street PriceMade InBusiness Model CertificationWarranty Score
    American Standard Brands
    One Centennial Avenue
    P. O. Box 6820
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (800) 442-1902

    AS Canada ULC
    5900 Avebury Rd.
    Mississauga, Ontario L5R JMJ
    (800) 387-0369
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    Aquabrass, Inc.
    9805 Clark Street
    Montreal, QC H3L 2R5
    (800) 867-8484
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    Artisan Manufacturing Corp., Inc.
    237 Frelinghuysen Ave
    Newark, NJ 07114
    (973) 286-0080
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    cgina
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    Blanco America, Inc.
    110 Mount Holly By-Pass
    Lumberton, NJ 08048
    (888) 668-6201

    Blanco Canada, Inc
    100 Corporation Drive
    Brampton, Ontario L6S 6B5
    (877) 425-2626

    Blanco GmbH + Co KG
    Flehinger Straße 59
    Oberderdingen, Germany
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    Italy
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    Brizo
    A Delta Faucet
    and a division of
    Masco Corporation
    55 E. 111th Street
    PO BOX 40980
    Indianapolis, IN 46280
    (877) 345-BRIZO (2749)
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    China
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    California Faucets, Inc.
    5231 Argosy Drive
    Huntington Beach, CA 92649
    (800) 822-8855
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    China
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    Chicago Faucet Company
    2100 S. Clearwater Drive
    Des Plaines, IL 60018
    (847) 803-5000
    Chicago Faucets

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    China
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    Cifial faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Cifial USA
    6540 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
    Suite A
    Norcross, GA 30071
    (800) 528-4904


    Cifial S.G.P.S., S.A.
    Av. De Santiago, 184
    Riomeao 4524-907
    Portugal
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    Portugal
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    Danze
    2 Territorial Ct.
    Suite A
    Bolingbrook, IL 60440
    (888) 328-2383
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    Portugal
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    Delta Faucet Company
    55 E. 111th Street
    P.O. Box 40980
    Indianapolis, IN 46280
    (800) 345-DELTA (3358)
    Delta

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    U.S.A.

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    Canada

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    China
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    Dornbracht Americas, Inc.
    1700 Executive Drive South
    Suite 600
    Duluth, GA 30096
    800-774-1181

    Aloys F. Dornbracht GmbH & Co. KG
    Köbbingser Mühle 6
    Iserlohn, Germany
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    Germany
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    DXV faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    DXV by Amerian Standard
    One Centennial Avenue
    P.O. Box 6820
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    U.S.: 800-227-2734
    Canada: 800-387-0369
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    China
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    Eljer by American Standard
    1700 Executive Drive South
    Suite 600
    Duluth, GA 30096
    800-774-1181
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    Mexico

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    China
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    Elkay Manufacturing Co.
    2222 Camden Ct.
    Oak Brook, IL
    (630) 574-8484
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    Italy

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    Eurostream
    Globe Union Industrial Corp, Ltd.
    4610 Bois Franc
    Montreal, QC,
    H4S 1A7
    (866) 884-8841
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    China
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    Fontaine Faucets
    FSA Imports, Inc.

    No Longer in Business
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    China
    N/A
    N/A
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    Franke Consumer Products, Inc.
    800 Aviation Parkway
    Smyrna, TN 37167
    (800) 626-5771

    Franke Kindred Canada Ltd.
    1000 Franke-Kindred Road
    Midland, ON L4R 4K9
    (866) 687-7465

    Franke Holding AG
    Franke-Straße 2
    Aarburg 4663
    Switzerland
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    Switzerland
    *****
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    Freuer faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Freuer Faucets
    Spohn Global Enterprises, LLC
    5181 N.W. 108th Ave.
    Sunrise, FL 33351
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    China
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    Fusion faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Fusion Hardware

    No Longer in Business
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    China
    N/A
    N/A
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    Gessi faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Gessi North America, Inc.
    704 North Valley Street, Suite E
    Anaheim, California 92801
    (714) 808 0099

    Gessi SpA
    Parco Gessi
    13037 Serravalle Sesia
    Vercelli, Italy
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    Globe Union faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Globe Union USA
    2500 Internationale Parkway
    Woodridge, Illinois 60517
    (888) 328-2383

    Globe Union Canada
    4610 Bois Franc
    Montreal, QC H4S 1A7
    (800) 487-8372

    Globe Union Industrial Corp., Ltd.
    No. 22, Chien-Kuo Road
    Taichung Export Processing Zone
    Tanzih District
    Taiwan
    Ameristream

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    Graff faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Graff Faucets Corporation
    3701 W. Burnham St.
    Milwaukee, WI 53215
    (800) 954-4723
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    Poland
    *****
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    Grohe faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Grohe America, Inc.
    241 Covington Drive
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
    (630) 582-7711

    Grohe Canada, Inc.
    1226 - 1230 Lakeshore Rd
    E. Mississauga, ON L5E 1E9
    (905) 271-2929

    Friedrich Grohe & Co. AG
    Industriepark Edelburg,
    58675 Hemer, Germany
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    Canada

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    Turkey
    *****
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    Hamat faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Grohe America, Inc.
    241 Covington Drive
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
    (630) 582-7711
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    Israel
    N/A N/A
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    Hansgrohe faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Hansgrohe USA
    1490 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway
    Alpharetta, GA 30004
    (800) 488-8119

    Hansgrohe SE
    Auestr. 5-7
    D-77761 Schiltach
    Germany
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    Germany
    *****
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    Jerbeau faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Herbeau Creations of America, Inc.
    3600 Westview Drive
    Naples, FL 34104
    (239) 417-5368

    Herbeau Creations, S.A.
    177 rue Anatole France
    59790 Ronchin, France
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    Germany
    *****
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    Home Depot faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    The Home Depot
    2455 Paces Ferry Rd. NW
    Atlanta, GA 30339-4024
    (770) 433-8211
    Glacier Bay

    Martha Steward Living

    Pegasus
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    China

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    Italy
    *****
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    HuntingtonBrass faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Huntington Brass Faucets
    11100 Dana Circle
    Cypress, CA 90630
    (800) 888-6604
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    Taiwan

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    China
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    Ikea faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Ikea Faucets
    496 West Germantown Pike
    Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
    (800) 434-4532
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    Italy
    *****
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    Jado faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    JADO Faucets
    American Standard Brands
    6615 West Boston
    Chandler, AZ
    (800) 227-2734

    Notice: Sales of Jado fau­cets were discontinued in North America in 2013. Existing owners will still have parts and warranty support from American Standard Brands which will continue to honor its warranty.
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    Germany

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    China
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    Julien faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Julien,Inc.
    935, Rue Lachance
    Quebec G1P 2H3
    (800) 461-3377
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    Italy

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    Germany
    *****
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    Kingston Brass faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Kingston Bass, Inc.
    12775 Reservoir St.
    Chino, California 91710
    (909) 548-6611
    Kingston Brass

    Elements of Design

    Fauceture

    Gourmetier
    $100-$1,500+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Kingston Brass Review and Rating.
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    Kohler faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Kohler Co.
    444 Highland Drive
    Kohler, WI 53044
    (800)-4-KOHLER
    Kohler

    Kallista
    $75-$1,800+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Kohler Review and Rating.
    U.S.A

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    China
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    Kraus faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Kraus USA, Inc.
    12 Harbor Park Drive
    Port Washington, NY 11050
    (800)775-0703
    Kraus $100-$1,300 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Kraus Review and Rating.
    China
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    KWC faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    KWC Faucets
    1770 Corporate Drive
    Suite 580
    Norcross, GA 30093
    (678) 334-2121

    KWC AG
    Hauptstraße 57
    Postfach 179
    CH-5726 Unterkulm
    Switzerland
    KWC $300-$1,800 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: KWC Review and Rating.
    Switzerland
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    Lacava faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Lacava,LLC
    6630 W. Wrightwood Ave
    Chicago, Illinois 60707
    773-637-9600
    Lacava Design $700-$2,200 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Lacava Review and Rating.
    Italy

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    China
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    Lefroy Brooks faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Lefroy Brooks, Inc.
    1828 Troutman Street
    Ridgewood, NY 11385
    (718) 302-5292

    Lefroy Brooks Diffusion, Ltd.
    Ibroc House
    Essex Road
    Hoddesdon
    Hertfordshire EN11 0QS
    Lefroy Brooks $700-$2,400 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Lefroy Brooks Review and Rating.
    China
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    Lota faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Lota International Co. Ltd.
    6701 Center Dr. W.
    Suite 525
    Los Angeles, CA 90045
    (310) 641-1600
    (877) 580-5682
    Lota is an ODM / OEM manufacturer for other faucet companies and does not sell its own brand of Lota faucets in North America Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Lota Review and Rating.
    China
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    Aquasource faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Lowe's Companies, Inc.
    1000 Lowe's Blvd
    Mooresville, NC, 28117
    (866) 417-7564
    AquaSource $30-$350 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Aquasource Review and Rating.
    China

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    Taiwan
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    Luxart faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Luxart Collection Faucets
    Hajoca Corporation
    127 Coulter Ave.
    Ardmore PA 19003
    (225) 295-4212

    EMCO Corporation
    1108 Dundas St
    London, ON, N5W 3A7 Canada
    (225) 295-4212
    Luxart $20-$300 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Luxart Review and Rating.
    China
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    Menards faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Menard's Faucets
    5101 Menard Drive
    Eau Claire, WI 54703
    (715) 876-5911
    Plumbwork
    Tuscany
    $40-$200 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Aquasource Review and Rating.
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    Taiwan
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    MGS Progetti faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    MGS USA LLC
    20423 State Rd. 7
    F6-291
    Boca Raton, FL 33498
    561 218 8798

    MGS Progetti SRL
    C.so Milano, 189
    28883 Gravellona Toce
    (VB) - Italy
    MGS Progetti $900.00-$1,500.00+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: MGS Progetti Review and Rating.
    Italy
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    Mico faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification1 Warranty Score
    Mico Designs, Ltd.
    1423 W. 21st Street
    Chicago, IL 60608
    (888) 301-8787
    Mico $300-$1,800 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Mico Review and Rating.
    China

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    Italy
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    Mirabelle faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Mirabelle Faucets
    Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
    PO Box 2778
    12500 Jefferson Avenue
    Newport News, VA 23602
    (800) 221-3379
    Mirabelle $120-$590 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Mirabelle Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Portugal
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    Moen faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Moen
    25300 Al Moen Drive
    North Olmsted, OH 44070
    (800) BuyMoen (289-6636)

    Moen Canada
    2816 Bristol Circle
    Oakville, ON L6H 5S7
    (800) 465-6130
    Moen $120-$590 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Moen Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    India
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    Newport Brass faucet Review and Rating
    Ginger faucet Review and Rating
    Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Brasstech, Inc.
    2001 East Carnegie Av.
    Santa Ana CA 92705-5531
    (949) 417-5207
    Newport Brass

    Ginger
    $350-$1,800 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Newport Brass Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    China
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    Paini faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Paini USA
    1571 Main Rd
    Newfield, NJ 09344
    (856)881-7890

    Paini S.p.A. Rubinetterie
    Via Cremosina 43
    POGNO [NO]
    R.E.A. NO 110073
    Italy
    Paini

    La Toscana
    $100-$400 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Paini Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
    Italy
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    Peerless faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Peerless
    A Delta Faucet
    and a division of
    Masco Corporation
    55 E. 111th Street
    P.O. Box 40980
    Indianapolis, IN 46280
    (800) 345-DELTA (3358)
    Peerless $25-$250 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Peerless Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Perrin & Rowe faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Perrin & Rowe Faucets
    Rohl, LLC
    3 Parker
    Irvine, California 92618-1605
    (800) 777-9762

    Perrin & Rowe, Ltd
    Unit 1
    Gateway XIII
    Ferry Lane
    Rainham, RM13 9JY
    England
    Perrin & Rowe $500-$2,700 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Peerless Faucet Review and Rating: England Flag
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    Pfister faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Pfister
    (Formerly Price-Pfister)
    19701 Da Vinci
    Lake Forest, California 92610
    (800) 732-8238
    Pfister $100-$450 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Pfister Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Phylrich faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Phylrich
    Escalette, LLC
    1261 Logan Ave
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    (714) 361-4800
    Phylrich $300-1,800+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Phylrich Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
    U.S.A.
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    Porcher faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Porcher USA
    6615 West Boston Street
    Chandler, AZ 85226
    (800) 359-3261

    Porcher
    Ideal Standard France
    Paris Nord 2
    Parc des reflets
    Batiment H
    165 Avenue du Bois de la Pie
    CS 54316
    95940 Roissy CDG Cedex
    France

    Notice: Sales of Porcher fau­cets were discontinued in North America in 2013. Existing owners will still have parts and warranty support from American Standard Brands which will continue to honor its warranty.
    Porcher $250-1,500+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Porcher Faucet Review and Rating: France Flag
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    Restoration Hardware faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc.
    15 Koch Road, Suite J
    Corte Madera, CA 94925
    (800) 910.-9836
    Restoration Hardware $250-700+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Restoration Hardware Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
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    Robbins faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Tom Robbins Design
    933 Northfield Drive
    Hayward, CA 94544
    (510) 512-2747
    N/A $1,000-5,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Robbins Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
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    N/A
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    Rohl faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Rohl, LLC
    3 Parker
    Irvine, California 92618-1605
    (800) 777-9762
    Rohl

    $300-$3,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Rohl Faucet Review and Rating
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    Italy
    / /
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    Ruvati faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Ruvati USA, Inc
    404 W. Powell Lane, Suite 505
    Austin, TX 78753
    (856) 478-8284 (855-4-RUVATI)
    (512) 394-6491
    Ruvati $300-$3,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Ruvati Faucet Review and Rating
    China
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    Sherle Wagner faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Sherle Wagner International, LLC
    300 East 62nd St.
    New York, New York 10060
    (212) 758-3300
    Sherle Wagner $1,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Sherle Wagner Faucet Review and Rating
    U.S.A.
    *****
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    Sigma faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Sigma® Designer Faucetry
    American Faucets and Coatings Corp.
    3280 Corporate View
    Vista, CA 92081
    (800) 960-2284
    Sigma

    Sigma Reserve
    $200-$1,400+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Sigma Faucet Review and Rating
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    Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Sigma Faucet Review and Rating
    China
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    Signature Hardware faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Clawfoot Tubs, LLC trading as
    Signature Hardware
    2700 Crescent Springs Pike
    Erlanger, KY 41017
    (866) 855-2284
    Signature Hardware $100-350.00 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Signature Hardware Faucet Review and Rating
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    Sonoma Forge faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Sonoma Forge, LLC
    133 A Copeland St.
    Petaluma, CA 94952
    (800) 330-5553
    Sonoma Forge $1,200-$2,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Sonoma Forge Faucet Review and Rating
    U.S.A.
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    Strom faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Strom Plumbing
    Sign of the Crab, L.L.C.
    3756 Omec Circle
    Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
    (916) 638-2722
    Strom $300-$1,200 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Strom Faucet Review and Rating
    Taiwan
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    Symmons faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Symmons Industries
    31 Brooks Drive
    Braintree, MA 02184-3804
    1-800-SYMMONS (796-6667)
    Symmons $300-$500 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Symmons Faucet Review and Rating
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    Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Symmons Faucet Review and Rating
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    THG faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    THG USA
    6601 Lyons Road
    Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    (954) 425-8225

    THG Paris
    35 rue Tournière - BP 80212
    Béthencourt-sur-Mer
    France
    THG $1,400-$20,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: THG Faucet Review and Rating
    France
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    Toto faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Toto USA, Inc.
    1155 Southern Road
    Morrow, GA 30260
    (888) 295-8134

    Toto, Ltd.
    1-1 Nakashima Nichome
    Kokurakita-ku
    Kitakyushu, 802-8601
    Japan
    Toto $200-$700+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Toto Faucet Review and Rating: Japan Flag
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    Ultra Faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Ultra Faucets
    Markimex, Inc.
    2712 McGaw Ave.
    Irvine, CA 92614
    (888) 658-5872
    Ultra $15.00-$250.00 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Uberhaus Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Uberhaus faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    RONA, Inc.
    220, Chemin du Tremblay
    Boucherville, Quebec J4B 8H7
    (866) 283-2239
    (514) 599-5100
    Warranty: (866) 206-0888
    Uberhaus $50-$400 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Uberhaus Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
    China
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    Vigo faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Vigo Industries, L.L.C.
    320 Mill Road
    Edison NJ, 08817
    (866)591-7792
    Vigo $100-$450 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Vigo Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Water Ridge faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Water Ridge Faucet
    Globe Union Industrial Corp, Ltd.
    2 Territorial Ct.
    Suite A
    Bolingbrook, IL 60440
    (888) 328-2383
    Water Ridge $30-$250 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Water Ridge Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
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    Watermark faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Watermark Designs, Ltd.
    350 DeWitt Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11207
    (800) 852-7277
    Watermark $350-2,500+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Watermark Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
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    Waterstone faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Waterstone, LLC
    26790 Madison Ave.
    Murrieta, CA 92562
    (888) 304-0660
    Waterstone $350-2,500+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Waterstone Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
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    Waterworks faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Waterworks
    60 Backus Avenue
    Danbury, CT 06810
    (203) 546-6000
    Waterworks $1,000+ Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Waterworks Faucet Review and Rating: France Flag
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    Whitehaus faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Whitehaus Collection
    White's Plumbing Supplies, Inc.
    589 Boston Post Rd.
    West Haven, CT 06516
    (800)-527-6690
    Whitehaus $350-$2,000 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Whitehaus Faucet Review and Rating: Israel Flag
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    Wolverine faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    Wolverine Faucets
    Wolverine Brass, Inc.
    2951 Hwy. 501 E
    Conway, SC 29526
    (800) 944-9292
    Wolverine $300-$800 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: Wolverine Faucet Review and Rating: USA Flag
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    World Imports faucet Review and Rating Brands Rating Street Price Made In Business Model Certification Warranty Score
    World Imports
    2900 Westfork Drive, Suite 600
    Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70827
    (225) 215-9611
    Elizabethan Classics

    Belle Forêt

    Schön Brass Works
    $50-$799 Kitchen and Bath Remodeling in Lincoln, Nebraska: World Imports Faucet Review and Rating: China Flag
    China
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