Like many of today’s tech-infused home appliances and accessories, the U by Moen sSmart Faucet blends the best of style and function.

Like many of today’s tech-infused home appliances and accessories, the U by Moen sSmart Faucet blends the best of style and function.

Tapping into high-tech: Innovative faucet creates a connected kitchen

From pre-set temperature controls to touchless technology, this kitchen staple gets a useful upgrade

What if you could control water?

That’s the question Moen asks of those considering a new faucet, as they introduce the U by Moen Smart Faucet.

In our continuing progress toward home connectivity, the Smart Faucet provides you with four methods of operation: manual, motion-controlled, voice-controlled – think Alexa or Google – and with your smartphone via the Moen app.

Like many of today’s tech-infused home appliances and accessories, the faucet blends the best of style and function, and speaks to our growing interest in features that can make daily life a little easier or more enjoyable.

Available in a wide variety of styles and in finishes from polished chrome to the on-trend matte black or brushed gold, the U by Moen Smart Faucet is at home in virtually any setting, notes Michelle Braden, Marketing & Communications Manager with Splashes Bath & Kitchen.

Better yet, the intuitive interactive technology comes at a surprisingly affordable price point.

“It’s really quite affordable, and with Moen’s fantastic warranty, consumers can feel confident about making this investment into their homes.”

And if you’re wondering just why you might need to control your faucet with your voice or an app, consider some pretty useful applications:

  • Pour precise amounts at certain temperatures – think about all those instances when you need a specific water temperature – filling a baby bottle, baking, or soaking the dishes after dinner. You can even set a variety of custom presets for each houseplant’s water preferences to keep them healthy and vibrant.
  • Set a specific time for water to flow – If you’re teaching the kids proper handwashing, U by Moen has an integrated command for washing hands for the recommended 20 seconds! You can also set the faucet to pause water to avoid waste.
  • Fewer surfaces to touch – While we’re all washing our hands more to avoid germs, we’re also avoiding high-touch surfaces … the U by Moen Smart Faucet lets you do both!

With numerous awards to its credit, accolades include the 2020 Best of KBIS Award, highlighting the most innovative new products in the kitchen and bath industry, and Good Housekeeping’s editor’s pick from the Consumer Electronics Show, an award that recognizes the coolest products that experts think are useful for consumers.

The faucet is also remarkably easy to install – in fact, Moen notes that it’s the only smart faucet that uses batteries, so there’s no electrician required for installation.

To learn more about the possibilities for your kitchen or bathroom, visit your Splashes showroom today: in Abbotsford at 2045 Paramount Cres.; in Chilliwack at 44129 Yale Rd.; in Langley / Surrey border at 19558 56th Ave.; in Surrey at 13325 Comber Way; in Port Coquitlam at 1602 Kebet Way; in Vancouver at 425 East Broadway; and in East Vancouver at 3625 East 1st Ave.

Find inspiration at splashesonline.com, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

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With numerous awards to its credit, accolades for the U by Moen Smart Faucet include the 2020 Best of KBIS Award, highlighting the most innovative new products in the kitchen and bath industry, and Good Housekeeping’s editor’s pick from the Consumer Electronics Show, recognizing the coolest products that experts think are useful for consumers.

With numerous awards to its credit, accolades for the U by Moen Smart Faucet include the 2020 Best of KBIS Award, highlighting the most innovative new products in the kitchen and bath industry, and Good Housekeeping’s editor’s pick from the Consumer Electronics Show, recognizing the coolest products that experts think are useful for consumers.

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