It’s time to upgrade from your old cartridge faucet to a new Moen cartridge faucet. If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to take advantage of our exclusive offer. What makes us so special? We want to provide each customer with the very best experience possible. That’s why we make sure that every part of the installation process goes smoothly. Our technicians can install the new faucets on any brand of sink, countertop or kitchen island, whether it’s stainless steel, cast iron or porcelain. This way, you get a quality installation at a great price. And now let’s talk about the differences between the Moen 1222 and the Moen 1225 cartridge faucets.
The Moen cartridge faucets are known for their ease of use, quiet operation and durability. They also feature a built-in sensor that automatically shuts off the water flow after 20 minutes of non-use. Whether you prefer the sleek modern look of stainless steel or the classic design of nickel plated brass, the Moen 1222 or 1225 cartridge faucet has something for everyone.
To further simplify the installation process even more, we made sure that both cartridges meet the same standards. Therefore, all you need to do is choose between the Moen 1221, 1222 and 1225 cartridge faucets.
Cartridge is installed to prevent unwanted leakage from occurring from the faucet especially after maintenance service such as cleaning the faucets. Cartridge is required to keep cleanliness and avoid any inconvenience or damage that may occur from leakages.
Cartridges are usually installed in faucets to extend the life of faucets and to save water. It contains parts such as washer, ball, stem, and handle. Cartridges are available in different sizes depending upon the flow rate.
If you have a dripping Moen shower/tub fixture, the cartridge is usually at fault. This also applies to situations where there is no hot or cold water at your tap, or when the water is not strong enough.
Before replacing your Moen cartridge, it’s important to know which one you need in the first instance. For most people, the cartridge they use will either be the Moens 1222 or the Moens 1225 cartridge.
Moen shower faucets cartridges are not universal, so they’re not interchangeable. While the Moen 1222 cartridge is not compatible with the Moen 1222/1225 cartridges, the Moen 1222 or 1225 cartridges can be used interchangeably with the Moen 1200 cartridge. They’re different from the ones we had before.
The main difference between Moen 1222 and Moen 1225 cartridges is that Moen 1225 faucets have water volume control while Moen 1222 faucets don’t. With the 1222 cartridges, you only rotate the knob to adjust the temperature while with the 1225 cartridges, you pull out the handle to switch on and adjust the water volume.
If you want to know whether you need a 1222 (or 1225) Moen cartridge, check to see how your faucet works when you turn on the water. You can use either the Moen 1225 or Moen 1222 cartridges to adjust the water temperature in your shower.
The Moen 1200 series shower faucets are also known as the Moens Posi-Temp cartridges. It has a sensor that shuts off the hot tap when there’s not enough cold water pressure.
Moen’s new 1222 brand has been designed to be the perfect choice for any family. The brand new 1222 offers all the latest innovations such as LED lighting, easy cleanup, modern styling, and many other features. It comes with a powerful motor that ensures even heating every single time. It also includes a built-in air purifier that reduces odors, allergens, smoke, and harmful chemicals. So what are the differences between these two smart appliances from Moen? Moen 1222 has a stainless steel finish while Moen 1225 is brushed stainless steel. Both models have a 3-year limited warranty but the 1225 is only available with a 2-year extended warranty. These two brands offer different features but there is no difference in quality.
Moen shower valves are generally expected to last 10 years from installation. This depends on how well the house was built and if it has been properly maintained. Moen shower valves should last longer if they are installed correctly and not exposed to harsh weather conditions. For instance, a poorly sealed door or window can allow moisture into the wall cavity where the shower valve is located. Moen showers can be very expensive, but the cost can be offset by replacing them after the 10 year warranty expires. A leaky shower valve also shortens the life of your faucet and showerhead.
If the faucet is running well, then the cartridges are fine. However, if the flow rate is low, the cartridge needs to be replaced.
Leaks: If you notice that the cartridge leaks when it’s not attached to the handle, know that that cartridge is bad and replace it. Leakage from the tub spout or shower head can indicate that the cartridge is not working properly.
If you experience any difficulty when opening or closing the water shutoff valve, then the cartridge may be faulty.
Water temperature: If the cartridge is not able to get either cold or warm water, then it is probably not in good condition.
Both Moen 1222 and Moen 1225 cartridges are great products. They both work perfectly and will provide excellent service for many years. However, Moen 1225 is more expensive than Moen 1222. But if you don’t mind spending extra money, then Moen 1225 is worth it because it has an additional 2-year warranty.