The Town Square monoblock bathroom faucet is a perfect fit for use with any of the pedestals or above counter sinks in the collection. The monoblock faucet has one control for easy usage and cleaning. The distinctive Town Square® Suite features a large assortment of coordinated pieces that all go well together without fail. This stately monoblock faucet is suitable for a single-hole sink or a three-hole sink with 4" centers using an optional base plate. Style and substance strike a perfect balance in the bathroom faucet collections from American Standard®. Our faucets are engineered to look beautiful and function flawlessly. Worry-free, drip-free and built to last, all of our bathroom faucets are covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty on function and finish.
Speed Connect® from American Standard-the pre-assembled drain that makes American Standard the easiest brand bathroom faucet to install.
Cast Brass Faucet Spout
Braided Flexible Supply Hoses with 3/8" Compression Connectors
Metal Speed Connect Pop-Up Drain
Optional Escutcheon Base Plate also available (2555.101P)
- Speed Connect from American Standard-the pre-assembled drain that makes American Standard the easiest brand bathroom faucet to install.
- Cast Brass Spout
- Braided Flexible Hoses with 3/8" Compression Connectors
- Metal Speed Connect Pop-Up Drain
- Optional Escutcheon Plate available (2555.101P)
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||Washerless,Ceramic Disc Valves
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||Limited Lifetime Warranty
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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