Supported by over 80 years of plumbing and hardware manufacturing experience, Graff's luxury bath offerings include a range of contemporary, transitional and traditional bathroom & kitchen faucets.
American Ingenuity and European Craftsmanship
Graff is commitment to create innovative, cutting-edge faucets.
Graff is a global company. With corporate headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and two manufacturing locations in Europe, GRAFF employs over 1000 dedicated professionals that are proud to offer products of superior design and craftsmanship to the world market. Graff faucets add enduring inspiration to bath design. Choose from a stunning array of beautiful faucets and accessories to create a bath retreat at the height of luxury. More than just hardware, stylish faucets lend to the visual appeal and ambiance of a bathroom. Each Graff faucets reflects the quality, beauty and workmanship of its European heritage.
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Graff Faucet Warranty
Graff products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in materials and workmanship.
The ceramic cartridge is warranted for the lifetime of the product. If at any time a valve mechanism should fail, Graff will provide a replacement part free of charge. This does not include thermostatic, pressure balance, or diverter cartridges.
A limited lifetime warranty, for the finish, is provided to the original purchaser. Purchaser should return any defective or non-conforming product to Graff, freight prepaid, after notification from Graff
Finishes on the drain assemblies and aerators are not warranted (see warranty card for details). Cover plates, bath accessories and kitchen hand sprays are covered by a 2 year warranty on the finish.
The Warranty Exclusions:
The warranty does not apply to any product that has been subject to abrasives, exclusions: chemicals, scratches, dents, accident, misuse, improper installation, alteration, or that has not received reasonable care. The lifetime limited warranty does not apply to the replacement of components where damage is caused by normal wear and tear.