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I'd steer clear of the home depot house brands (glacier & hampton bay). They're absolute trash products. Moen and Delta still break as well, but their replacement parts are cheap at any plumbing supplier. Kohler is harder to repair.
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But did the dishes get pregnant or just need a towel?
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Watch out for cheap pullout faucet. Ours leaked at the neck and slowly destroyed the whole floor.
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Watch out for cheap pullout faucet. Ours leaked at the neck and slowly destroyed the whole floor.
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Watch out for cheap pullout faucet. Ours leaked at the neck and slowly destroyed the whole floor.
No water sensor? Mine hasn't leaked on me. Got a glacier ridge pull down for 50. I doubt it will leak. The real trick was not to over tighten which isn't hard at all to do.

Thinking about looking up how to do a water alarm. Under my sink is a RO and a new faucet. That sensor would help me relax.
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Watch out for cheap pullout faucet. Ours leaked at the neck and slowly destroyed the whole floor.
But did the dishes get pregnant or just need a towel?
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I'd steer clear of the home depot house brands (glacier & hampton bay). They're absolute trash products. Moen and Delta still break as well, but their replacement parts are cheap at any plumbing supplier. Kohler is harder to repair.
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Crazyheaven, Where do I even start on your post...

Obviously they probably didn't have a water sensor or else they probably would have caught it before it destroyed the floor. Do you have a water sensor now?

Leaking plumbing is just the nature of the beast. Yours hasn't leaked on you yet. Leaks come from a variety of things, not just over tightening things. There is a reason why glacier bay is cheap, lack of quality is one of the reasons.

What's a glacier ridge faucet?

If your plumbing skills are so superior, why you stressed about your RO and faucet leaking.

Just read your post, contradict yourself on so many levels. Offer some advice that is helpful.

Google leak detector. There are plenty of kinds out there. Some tie into home automation and some are stand alone.
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I'd steer clear of the home depot house brands (glacier & hampton bay). They're absolute trash products. Moen and Delta still break as well, but their replacement parts are cheap at any plumbing supplier. Kohler is harder to repair.
Moen or Delta have lifetime warranty on faucets so you should never have to buy parts for them.
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with Moen's lifetime warranty, there is no need to ever go cheap on any product involving water... the repairs alone will save you more money than you can imagine.
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No water sensor? Mine hasn't leaked on me. Got a glacier ridge pull down for 50. I doubt it will leak. The real trick was not to over tighten which isn't hard at all to do.

Thinking about looking up how to do a water alarm. Under my sink is a RO and a new faucet. That sensor would help me relax.
My RO system under my sink leaked on me, destroyed our island and leaked onto our hardwood floors. I do have a Watchdog water alarm in the island too, but I put it closer to the water tanks and the leak was from the filtered water tank's connection and was slow for many months. So it was absorbed by the island but didn't pool enough to set off our water alarm.

I think the water sensor still worth it, but for the RO system I've now put a drip pan (baking sheet) under the water tank. I have some paper towels between RO system filtering stage tubes (whatever those are called) and the island inner walls as I'm more apt I think to notice those being wet. I also have paper towels tucked in the hole where the water connections come out from our slab so if it gets wet in that area hopefully I'll notice... I feel like I've done all I can but if anyone has better ideas please let me know... should I caulk the inside edges of the island cabinet everything sits in?
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From someone that has been involved in the install of thousands of kitchen faucets... Don't buy Glacier Bay. Moen is considered one of the cheaper reputable brands. Nothing fancy. (Though they have repeatedly tried expensive lines that fail.) Now look at their differences in sale price. Somehow their faucet, even at Home Depot is almost 5 times as expensive.

I can't speak to the quality of that particular Moen and American Standard faucet. Moens Home Depot faucets used to be much more flimsy (5-10 years ago) than their supply hose ones, but they make their supply house ones worse now so I'm not sure. I'd trust it a whole lot more than the others though. Belle Foret looks to be the same problem as Glacier Bay as it doesn't have its own website, but I can't be 100%

Don't buy GB toilets either. Those I can list the specific problems for.
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Funny how the EXPERTS complain about HD brand and every other brand they also talk about leaks as well. LIFETIME WARRANTY GLACIER Bay on them ALL.
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Crazyheaven, Where do I even start on your post...

Obviously they probably didn't have a water sensor or else they probably would have caught it before it destroyed the floor. Do you have a water sensor now?

Leaking plumbing is just the nature of the beast. Yours hasn't leaked on you yet. Leaks come from a variety of things, not just over tightening things. There is a reason why glacier bay is cheap, lack of quality is one of the reasons.

What's a glacier ridge faucet?

If your plumbing skills are so superior, why you stressed about your RO and faucet leaking.

Just read your post, contradict yourself on so many levels. Offer some advice that is helpful.

Google leak detector. There are plenty of kinds out there. Some tie into home automation and some are stand alone.
I meant bay, not ridge. My plumbing skills are nothing great. I just notice the hoses for the facuet didn't get as tight as I would have preferred. I do not have a water senor installed at this moment. I do leak testing myself but that's it. I've relocated everything under the sink so I can check for moisture.

Not sure how I contracted myself. That I doubt it wouldn't leak but think I should go the extra mile on installing sensors just in case? I'll review my options for this.

It isn't oblivious that they didn't use a water senor. It's happened to people who have them installed. I haven't learned how to best go about it. Throwing several hundred more dollars away to go with non budget sink doesn't remove the risk of leaks. It just lowers it. I'll save the money and learn how to properly set up these senors.
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I'd steer clear of the home depot house brands (glacier & hampton bay). They're absolute trash products. Moen and Delta still break as well, but their replacement parts are cheap at any plumbing supplier. Kohler is harder to repair.
I agree. I had bad experience with this brand
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