Price Pfister has a wide range of kitchen and bathroom faucets. It’s really amazing how something as simple as a new faucet can change the look and feel of a room.
I find myself standing in the doorway of my kitchen just looking at it. Isn’t that crazy? I can’t help myself. Really! I LOVE my new faucet! I was so sick and tired of not being able to get my water bottles fully under the old faucet to fill them up. What a pain in the butt! Also filling up a large pot of water to boil was no easy task either. I could easily fill it up, but couldn’t get the arm to move out of the way enough to actually get the pot out of the water! UGH! I really didn’t like the old one at all, but it came with the house. You know how it is.
Now that I’ve made this one small change I can see how a little change re-invigorates a room! I’m thinking bathroom faucets would have the same appeal! It just opens my eyes to the little things that I can do to improve the aesthetics of my home. Nothing a little paint and attention to detail can’t fix.
Pfister faucets are affordable, quality products. I can’t say enough. Now, anyone want to recommend a sink? Clearly mine is a little big junky and in need of a demo. I had no idea how thin the metal was until this faucet was installed. I’m having no troubles with the faucet though, it works like a dream! It seriously took about 50-60 minutes to install. Actually the most difficult part was loosening the nuts on the old fixture to remove it. I (what my husband says) “monkey-armed” it. Meaning that I put too much oomph in it and tore it up. Not uncommon in this household.
Putting the faucet in was really simple. The instructions could have been better, but all in all I am beyond pleased. So follow them on twitter, subscribe to their YouTube channel, and most importantly, Like them on Facebook. Why you ask? Because they have a great little tab that says Giveaways! You could win a kitchen or bath faucet up to $300.00!!! Woo hoo!
So thanks to Pfister for allowing me this great opportunity to change up my kitchen and make my life one tiny bit easier.
One lucky reader will get to win a faucet (bathroom or kitchen) from Price Pfister!!!
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@Pfister_faucets Homemade Mom is giving away a kitchen or bathroom Pfister Faucet! Like them on Facebook and leave a comment to be entered!
~ Here’s the list to choose from ~
Finishes: Stainless Steel (F-529-7ANS) or Tuscan Bronze(F-529-7ANY)
Configuration: 1 or 3 hole
2. Ashfield Pull-down Kitchen Faucet
- Single control, installs with or without a deckplate – without on a 2-hole and with on a 4-hole; volume control sprayhead; comes with matching soap dispenser.
Finishes: Stainless Steel (F-529-7YPS), Rustic Bronze (F-529-7YPU), Tuscan Bronze (F-529-7YPY)
: 2 or 4 hole
- Pullout Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser
Finishes: Stainless Steel
Configuration:1,2,3 or 4 hole
– EPA WaterSense Certified
Finishes: Brushed Nickel
Configuration: 4” centerset (1 hole) or 8”-15” widespread (3 hole)
2. Ashfield Trough Faucet
– Single Control Lavatory Faucet with Metal Pop-Up. Decorative Waterfall Spout. EPA WaterSense Certified
Finishes: Rustic Pewter (F-049-YP1E) and Tuscan Bronze (F-049-YP1Y)
Configuration: 1 or 3 hole
- High efficiency (1.5 gpm) watersense certified, single control lavatory faucet. Matching deckplate (available separately) for 3-hole installations. EPA WaterSense certified
Finishes: Polished Chrome or Brushed Nickel
Configuration: 1 hole
Giveaway will end on Friday March 4th, 2011 by midnight Central time. Winner will be notified by email.
*Disclaimer – I was provided a faucet in order to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own.