What would you say is more irritating then standing at the sink doing dishes? How about getting a bath at the same time. I think I have the cleanest counters because every time I turned the water on it would spray everywhere. So, as I would turn the faucet on slowly to just get enough water to come out I’d keep telling myself, “Get a new faucet”.
Almost 2 years later my wonderful Friends of Pfister asked me if I would be interested in doing a Pfister Kitchen Faucet Review.
My faucet was not in real bad shape. I’m not even sure why water was spraying all over but I can tell you I was over it and Pfister Faucets gave me the chance to do dishes bath free.
One thing I did know was that when I did get a new kitchen faucet I wanted a brushed bronze that matched my hardware on my cabinets. I’m not even sure why we had a brushed silver faucet put in. I’m blaming the builder. When my Friends of Pfister sent me my options I was like a smiling little kid in a toy isle. There was so many choices but I had one hole in the granite so I had to go with the same type of faucet. I went with my first choice and I am very happy I did.
The faucet I choose is the Pfirst Series Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet. You have a choice of Polished Chrome, Stainless Steel, and Tuscan Bronze. I choose this beautiful Tuscan Bronze.
The faucet has a nice high arch to be able to wash pots and pans. There are two easy press buttons for solid water flow or spray. And, the easy handle pulls down for easy spraying and cleaning. A few other wonderful things about the Pfister faucet is:
- Pforever Seal – advanced ceramic disc valve technology with a never leak guarantee
- Installs with or without deckplate
- Pfister Pforever Warranty® covers finish and function for life
The best part when you by a faucet from Pfister is that they send you everything you need in a cardboard box of happiness. All you need is a wrench and a screwdriver.
I’m going to make this real simple because if I can do it so can you. I shut the water off under the sink and disconnected the old faucet from all the hoses and pulled them out. Yes! it was that easy.
I fed the hoses from the new faucet in the hole and hooked them up to the hoses and tightened the new faucet. It was seriously that easy.
I was so excited to have my faucet installed. When it was done I just smiled at it’s beauty, and the quality of this faucet is amazing. Just look at it, don’ t you love it???
Now I want new faucets all over my house. And, Pfister has so many beautiful choices. Here’s a few of my favorites:
Pfister has many colors and styles for your Kitchen or Bath. To see the full collection just head over to Pfister. And, if you head over to the Inspiration Gallery you will find many designer rooms with different faucets.
It really does make your decision a tough one. I wanted to go with bronze fixtures in my kitchen and I had to keep with the one hole style faucet so that was an easy choice for me, I just had to pick a style.
You can also find some good design tips on Pfister Kitchen and Bath Design Blog.
Did I mention how much I love my faucet!!! Now I don’t mind doing the dishes.
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