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11 Faucet Brands with Lifetime Warranties

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Picking out a new faucet takes a ton of research. You’ll need to figure out your budget, style, and what type of faucet you need.

One of the most important factors is what faucet brand you go with.

We’ve done 15+ brand reviews and comparisons as well as a lot of research to find the best faucet brands.

One of the key factors in our massive guide is warranties. There are 11 faucet brands with lifetime warranties.

Ready to see the full list of faucet brands that have lifetime warranties? We’ve also prepared a summary of each one for you.

faucet brands with lifetime warranties

What is a Lifetime Warranty?

It’s common for faucet brands to have lifetime warranties! No matter what brand you go with, I’d make sure to dig into the details of their warranty because they are all a bit different.

Most warranties cover the product for its entire life as long as it’s properly installed and maintained. Many of the warranties have a shorter warranty (5 years maybe) on the internal parts like the cartridge mechanism.

Important! The major of faucet brands with lifetime warranties only cover the product for the original owner. If you buy a faucet, install it, and then move after a couple of years, the lifetime warranty does NOT transfer to the new owner.

Some policies may exclude certain kinds of damage – such as those caused by misuse or negligence in upkeep – and require an original receipt or evidence of purchase to make a valid claim. 

Others may only cover some parts that aren’t subject to general wear and tear.

Which Faucet Brands Have a Lifetime Warranty?

When searching through different faucet brands to consider in your home, more often than not folks tend to go with brand loyalty or aesthetics.

It’s just as important to go with a brand that you can replace if you need to. After all, when you’re renovating or building a house, you never know what’ll happen!

This is our rankings of the best faucet brands. Delta, Moen, Kohler, Grohe, and Pfister are all on this list as well!

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We did our best to only pick one “10” for each criteria.

Here are the 11 best faucet brands with a lifetime warranty.

1. Delta

We are huge fans of Delta and used them all over our house. It scored the highest for us in every category and is the most affordable of the big 3 brands (Moen vs Delta vs Kohler).

They also have a great lifetime warranty. Any customer who purchases a Delta product receives a lifetime limited warranty on faucets and finishings. You’ll just have to make sure you purchase from an authorized dealer.

This ensures that you’re protected from any defects in material or quality that you may encounter during normal everyday use. The warranty lasts for its entire lifetime.

We ended up going with the Delta Trinsic widespread faucet in champagne bronze for our bathroom faucets.

gold delta bathroom widespread faucet

We also went with the Delta Dryden for our bathtub faucets and the Delta Trinsic handle with Linden In2ition shower head for our master bathroom.

side by side delta shower heads

Our bathroom faucets, showerheads, bathtub faucets, and toilets are all Delta-made.

My wife and I are huge fans of Delta products and we use them all over our house. They’re the perfect blend of high quality + design + price. That’s why I think Delta is the best faucet brand on the market.  

2. Moen

We bought our house back in 2018 and have been slowly renovating our space. We did a ton of research and we ultimately decided that Moen faucets were top of the line, but out of our price range. 

We have an old Moen faucet in our kitchen that we haven’t replaced yet. Our dream is to replace it with one of Moen’s touchless faucets whenever we have the money. 

moen kitchen faucet

Moen offers a limited lifetime warranty on their faucets. It covers any and all defects that may arise in the quality of the materials, as well as any defects that may arise in the product’s life and finish. 

Additionally, if your faucet experiences a leak or drip during the warranty period, Moen will provide the necessary parts for free to restore the faucet to its proper functioning.

The warranty doesn’t cover any damages caused by:

  • Improper installation
  • Misuse
  • Normal wear and tear
  • Use of cleaning abrasives, alcohol, or other organic solvents.

If you’re stuck between these first two, check out our guide on Moen vs Delta faucets.

3. Kohler 

I grew up using Kohler products. Everything in our house was Kohler: Sinks, faucets, toilets, showerheads. 

I’m pretty sure my childhood home still has the same Kohler products that it came with when it was built in 1997. 

Kohler is known for durable and high quality products. And if they’re durability doesn’t work, Kohler also offers a lifetime limited warranty on most (but not all) of their faucet products. 

You’re covered for any defects in the material or quality of the product, as long as you were the original purchaser. They’ll also repair, replace, or refund you for the amount you paid for the product.

You won’t be covered for damage caused by:

  • Improper use
  • Mistreatment
  • Neglect
  • General wear and tear

Additionally, you’ll need to provide proof of purchase and proof that a licensed plumber performed the installation. This one isn’t for DIYers!

kohler faucet


Don’t let Grohe’s score of 36 throw you off. They are limited on the number of models and finishes, but the faucets are beautiful.

Grohe is a luxury, high-end faucet brand. I’ve never personally used any of their products, which is a shame because they are incredibly sleek looking. 

I’m a big fan of using USA made faucets and products, but we aren’t the only country with elite manufacturing. Grohe is a German brand that is known for incredibly high quality. They’ve been around since the early 1900’s and are one of the most reputable brands in Europe. 

GROHE provides a lifetime warranty for their faucets, subject to certain limitations. 

Grohe faucet

As with the other warranties, it covers any flaws in craftsmanship or materials, including the finish, for the entirety of the product’s life. There’s also a five-year warranty (from the date of purchase) on all electronic faucets, valves, and controls.

Not covered is damage that results from:

  • Installing the product incorrectly
  • Misusing the product
  • Abusing it
  • Normal wear and tear

Grohe is different from Hansgrohe, but these are companies are closely related.

5. Pfister

To be totally honest, we’ve never personally owned any Pfister products in the places we’ve lived. But our best friends just renovated their house and have an awesome Pfister kitchen faucet. 

The company has been around for over a hundred years (founded in 1910). They’ve been a powerhouse in putting out awesome bathroom and kitchen faucets, plumbing fixtures, shower systems, and other home plumbing products. 

Pfister stands behind their products with their “Pforever Warranty”. This warranty guarantees their faucets and finishings for the lifetime of the product to the original purchaser.

Pfister kitchen faucet with two handles

While any defects in the material or quality that appear during everyday use will be remedied, labor charges or damage from incorrect maintenance, misuse or any unauthorized alteration are not covered.

They also offer a 10-year limited warranty on certain parts and finishes.

Pfister is one of the more affordable brands. If you’re stuck between Pfister vs Delta faucets, the price point might be the difference maker.

6. Danze

The original purchaser of a Danze faucet can benefit from a lifetime warranty on the product. However, this is only for use within residential homes.

Any issues with either material or quality caused by regular use for the lifetime of the product are covered under this warranty.

However, be aware that if you use either strong chemicals or steel wool to clean your faucet, you’ll void your warranty. Be sure to read the full cleaning instructions that come with the product.

7. ROHL Plumbing Fixtures, LLC

ROHL offers a lifetime of limited warranty protection to the original purchaser of their faucets.

This covers any defects in:

  • Material
  • Artistry
  • Any other related issues that may arise through normal use

It’s also worth noting that if you use Blue RTV silicone during installation you’ll void your warranty.

Damage caused by excess mineral deposits from water, cleaning abrasives, and bleach isn’t covered.

8. TOTO Plumbing Fixtures

TOTO provides a lifetime warranty on their faucets to the original purchaser (and you can’t transfer it to a third party).

Their warranty covers craftsmanship or materials, including the finish, for the entirety of the product’s life, though not issues from:

  • Installation
  • Misuse
  • Abuse
  • Normal wear and tear

You should also be aware that if you live in an area prone to natural disasters, such as earthquakes, tornados, or electrical storms, you won’t be covered for any damage. 

Additionally, damage from sediments or foreign matter within your water system are also not covered, and there’s no coverage for:

  • Finishes
  • Cartridges
  • Other non-faucet components

9. Sterling

Sterling’s lifetime limited warranty on their faucets covers any defects in regards to the quality of materials, as well as any that occur to the product’s finish during its lifespan. 

Not covered are damages caused by:

  • Improper installation
  • Misuse
  • Abuse
  • Normal wear and tear

It’s also worth noting that a valid original sales receipt must be supplied in order to make a warranty claim, and removal and installation expenses aren’t covered. 

10. Gerber

Gerber limited lifetime warranty on their faucets, washers, O-rings, sealants, and lubricants includes coverage of any materials that are defective in the product and quality of the product’s expected life span, including the finish. 

As with the other warranties, this does not apply to damage caused by:

  • Incorrect installation
  • Misuse
  • Abuse
  • Natural wear and tear
  • Use of abrasive cleaners

11. American Standard

American Standard offers a limited lifetime warranty. 

This covers any defects in the materials, and any issues with the quality of the product’s life expectancy, including issues with overall finish. 

You won’t be covered for any damages from:

  • Incorrect installation
  • Misuse
  • Abuse
  • Regular use and deterioration
  • Extreme air or water conditions
  • Use of abrasive cleaning materials

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is covered under a lifetime warranty for faucets?

A lifetime warranty for faucets typically covers the parts and materials for the original owner as long as they were properly installed. The particulars may differ depending on the manufacturer, however, it generally covers defects in materials, quality, and any functional issues that may arise during everyday use. 

Do I need to register my faucet to receive the lifetime warranty?

Yes, most manufacturers will require you to register your faucet in order to access the lifetime warranty. This typically involves you providing personal data, order information, and details regarding the faucet model. 

How do I make a warranty claim for my faucet?

If you need to make a warranty claim, first contact the manufacturer’s customer service department. They’ll be able to give you some information about the exact procedure.

You may need to complete a warranty claim form, provide a receipt or invoice in your name, and send the faulty item back to them.

I always document conversations of this nature in writing and keep a copy of the warranty information in a safe place. It’s not only to make sure that my warranty is honored but also to protect myself in case there’s an issue!

Does a lifetime warranty cover installation or labor costs?

Generally, lifetime warranties only cover the actual hardware. Any installation or labor costs are not covered by the warranty.

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Richmond Howard

Richmond Howard started My Plumbing DIY in 2022 to help people solve all their home plumbing issues. He and his wife have been problem solving DIY issues all around their fixer-upper house they bought in 2018. His goal is to build My Plumbing DIY into the one stop shop for home plumbing needs so that people can save money and time.

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