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Matco-Norca is proud to introduce an updated version of its faucet portfolio catalog. The new 54-page full-color catalog provides complete information on Matco-Norca’s breadth of kitchen faucets, lavatory faucets, tub and showers, job packs and accessories, which are all available in various finishes.

Seven Families: Good, Better, Best

Matco-Norca’s Faucet Program is comprised of seven unique product families, including several complete and distinctive series that encompass multiple designs and price points, along with Build Your Own options.

The new catalog illustrates full information including previous and current model numbers, product descriptions and applicable code approvals for Matco-Norca’s individual product family offerings:

  • Padova
  • Crescendo
  • Portia
  • Positano
  • Builder Light
  • Classic
  • Value Engineered


ADA, SDWA and EPA WaterSense approved products are indicated where applicable, as are available finishes (chrome, stainless steel, brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze).

Special Offerings for the Builder/Contractor

Value Engineered meets an entry-level price point without compromise on quality or warranty and includes a full suite of product offerings.

The Builder Light, Classic and Build Your Own programs offer multiple designs at a very competitive price point and include several options, allowing customers to tailor their design to meet a price point or configuration without having the limitations of taking what comes in the box.

Job Pack options are available across the Padova, Crescendo, Portia, Positano, Builder Light and Classic families.

Matco-Norca offers common rough-in valves on its entire line of pressure balanced tub and shower valves.

Product Numbering System Explained

In addition to the product offerings pages, the catalog includes separate sections devoted to explaining Matco-Norca’s product numbering system, old to new product cross-references as well as the page they can be found on. Straight-forward warranty information is also clearly defined.

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