Price Pfister Faucets

Price Pfister overview

Price Pfister Faucets

Price Pfister faucets may grace the kitchens and bathrooms of millions of homes worldwide today, but it was in the garden where this company had its humble beginnings. Price Pfister’s first plumbing product was the garden faucet. Established in 1910 by Emil Price and William Pfister, the company had its first factory in Los Angeles.

Through the decades, the company was a major player in evolving the plumbing world to what it is today. They had innovations such as the ‘Make-a-Shower’ concept in the 1930s which allowed people to turn their baths into a shower with this contraption. The 1980s saw them move into the decorative faucet market, which has constantly grown into the booming market that it is today.

Decorative kitchen faucets at a reasonable price

Their current line features a range of high-quality fixtures including: kitchen and bar; shower and tub; and lavatory faucets.

One of the benefits of Price Pfister is that their products are priced lower than a lot of their main counterparts. This is great for people that are building or renovating on a tight budget.

Further information about Price Pfister faucets is available on the company website at As well as their full product range, the site includes sections on trouble-shooting, installation, cleaning and care. To contact their customer service section directly, telephone 1-800-732-8238 (7.30am-4pm PST, Monday-Saturday).







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