Miseno Bathroom Faucets

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  • Miseno ML102

    Miseno ML102

    Bracciano Single Hole Bathroom Faucet with Matching Pop-Up Drain Assembly

    $197.89 $89.95
    Specifications
    • Faucet Holes: 1
    • Spout Height: 4.25
    • Mounting Type: Single Hole
  • Miseno ML700

    Miseno ML700

    Carlentini Single Hole Bathroom Faucet with Matching Pop-Up Drain Assembly

    $263.89 - $285.89
    $119.95 - $129.95
    Specifications
    • Faucet Holes: 1
    • Spout Height: 3.438
    • Watersense Certified: Yes
    • Mounting Type: Single Hole

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Handle Style

Handle Material

Number Of Faucet Holes

Number Of Faucet Holes

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Faucet Centers

Faucet Centers

Faucet centers are measured from the center of one handle hole to the other.

Spout Reach

Spout Reach

Spout reach of a faucet is measured horizontally from the center of the spout/shank to the center of the aerator.

Spout Height

Spout Height

Spout height of a faucet is measured vertically from the base of the faucet to the aerator.

Water Flow Rate

Water Flow Rate

Flow rate is measured in GPM, or Gallons Per Minute. This allows you to choose a faucet with both your water bill and the environment in mind.

Valve Type

Valve Type

Ceramic Disc
These are becoming the standard in bathroom faucets because they are nearly maintenance free and very long lasting. Ceramic disc valves contain two fire-hardened ceramic discs that control water flow by moving together or apart.

Washerless Cartridge
These valves are easier to repair and tend to cost less than other valve styles, but may require more maintenance over the lifetime of your faucet. Washerless cartridges use neoprene seals to prevent leaking.

Solenoid
These valves are used mostly in commercial applications to reduce the amount of water used. Electronic components control the opening and closing of the valve. Requires electrical power.

Metering and Self-Closing
These valves are used mostly in commercial applications to reduce the amount of water used. When turned on, water will flow for a set period of time, then turn off automatically.