6 Of The Best Pfister Faucet Reviews – Buying Guide

How many times a day would you say your family visits the bathroom? If you are a household of 2 that works full time, then you might be tempted to say, “not that often.” If you are a family of 5 that has 3 kids under 5 then you’re probably thinking “every minute of the day!”. Your bathroom is a pretty popular room in your home, let’s face it, you’d sure miss it if it weren’t there! 

So how good is your bathroom looking right now? Has it just had a spruce up? Are you thinking about changing a few things? We believe that the bathroom should get more attention than it really does when it comes to DIY, so we have some budget-friendly hacks for you. We are going to give you some pointers on how you can show your bathroom some love, without spending too much. 

In this article, we’re gong to review the following Pfister faucets:

Budget-Friendly Bathroom Hacks

Change your color scheme

Not only is giving your bathroom a lick of paint cost-effective, but it could also be beneficial for your health too! Lots of paints now have air-purifying properties, which will help to keep your bathroom free from germs. So not only will it look great, but it will be good for you too! Remember that when buying bathroom paint you should always buy paint individually for this room. In your bathroom, the air is filled with moisture, and this can make standard paint peel. By buying bathroom specific paint, it will be resistant to the moisture and condensation in the room and will withstand the extremes in temperature too. 

Update your toilet

Time to talk dirty. Well, not THAT kind of dirty. Depending on how old your toilet is, it could be harboring all sorts of germs and years of built-up waste that hasn’t quite managed to be flushed away. The waste clings to sediment and debris that also finds its way down the toilet, and this combination makes a breeding ground for germs and disease. NO matter how much you clean it, these hotbeds aren’t going to shift. The best way to eliminate them? Check out our guide that’ll help you choose the right toilet for your bathroom. Thankfully changing your toilet for a new one is pretty straightforward, and you can buy one piece toilet systems that can be installed in under an hour. Just be prepared to get your hands dirty! 

Spruce up your shower

No one likes showering under a dribble of tepid water, so why not change your shower? You can purchase shower units that come complete with fixed head units, handheld shower heads, and handle plates too. These showers also come with a wide selection of spray functions, including rainfall effects and power massage sprays. Your showering experience will never be the same again! 

Replace your faucets

Similar to toilets, faucets can also harbor germs. The limescale and years of tiny sediments that are pulled through your water system can build up and create a real problem that affects your water flow, hence we’ve put together an ultimate guide. By replacing your faucets (and your inlet pipes), you will find your water flows better and brighter. It’s also worth noting that many faucets now comply with Water Sense Certification, which means they save more water than a standard faucet. This will save you money on your water bill in the long run, so these faucets practically pay for themselves! 

Style up your space

If you are REALLY tight on cash but still want to make a difference in your bathroom, then why not change up the style? Add some little features such as plants, wall art, or even new towels to style the room and give it a new lease of life? Trying to stick to natural elements such as wood and plants will help tie your bathroom together nicely and give you a calming effect. Certain types of plants, such as ferns, thrive in hot and humid conditions and will grow like crazy in your bathroom. Also, adding more mirrors is an excellent way to get more light into your bathroom without spending too much money. 

Pfister Faucet Reviews

So now that we have given you some ideas on how you can change up your bathroom on a budget, why not read through some of our Pfister faucet reviews and see if any of these faucets take your fancy. You could have them ordered, delivered, and installed by next week, giving you a new bathroom look in no time! Let’s see what types of faucets we have on our list and see which ones suit your bathroom design. 

Pfister Jaida Single Control Bathroom Faucet

The Pfister Jaida Bathroom Faucet is one of the most stylish faucets in the Pfister range. Featuring a waterfall style water stream with a single handle to control both the water pressure and the temperature, this compact unit will look good in any bathroom. This faucet comes with a handy base pate that converts your two hole sink for a single faucet setup. The 1.2 gallon per minute water output is water-saving and can reduce your consumption by up to 20%. There is also a 1.5 gallon per minute option too. 

This faucet is compatible with almost all sink types and is suitable for installation in all States thanks to its water-saving features. It comes with a push and seal drain as well as a full installation guide. The Jaida Range has a variety of different faucets, including shower and dual handled sink faucets, which come in a range of colors, including nickel, chrome, and Tuscan bronze. 

Pros
  • Stylish waterfall stream
  • The base plate makes it compatible for all sinks
  • Water-saving
  • Available in 4 colors
  • Waste included
Cons
  • Waste is difficult to clean
  • Waterfall stream is sometimes not strong enough

Pfister Ashfield 2 Handle Bathroom Faucet

Another great waterfall style faucet from Pfister, the Ashfield 2 Handle Bathroom Faucet is an excellent addition to any bathroom sink. This style is slightly more classic than the Jaida, which professes to be a more modern look. The Ashfield comes in a 2 handle option, so you will need 3 predrilled holes on your sink. One handle controls the hot, the other the cold, while the pop-up waste control is controlled by a lever on the top of the waterfall faucet. The tap itself uses 1.2 gallons of water per minute, so it is compliant for almost all State water consumption requirements.

The Ashfield range comes with both a bathtub and shower faucet, which will complete your bathroom look. This more classic design will suit a more period style sink and bathtub, but the choice is yours. As well as being a water-saving tap, the Ashfield faucet boasts that it is leak-proof thanks to the high-quality supply lines and ceramic disc valves it contains inside. Overall, this is a great option for those wanting more of a classic look but still want quality. 

Pros
  • Water Sense approved
  • Compatible with a 3 hole sink
  • Leak-proof
  • Classic design
Cons
  • Fiddly to install
  • Pop up waste sometime snot included, check before buying

Pfister Avalon 2 Handle Bathroom Faucet

Another great 2 handled option from Pfister, the Avalon doesn’t feature a waterfall stream but does come in both a 1.2 gallon per minute water output and a 1.5 GPM option too. The 2 handle operation of this faucet means that you will need additional supply lines to install everything. Once installed, you should have no problems with leaks thanks to the Pforever seal ceramic disc and the Titeseal deck plates. 

Pfister has a reputation for making quality leak-proof faucets, and the Avalon is no exception. This faucet looks both sleek and stylish and comes in two different colors, brushed nickel, and chrome. The waste is controlled from behind the tap and is a simple “up and down” rod which pushes and pulls the waste open and closed.

Pros
  • Available in both 1.2 and 1.5 gallons per minute water consumption
  • 2 handle operation
  • Waste controlled from the faucet
  • Anti-leak technology
Cons
  • Not compatible with 1 or 2 hole sink
  • Waste not always included
  • Supply lines will need to be bought separately

Pfister Jaida 2 Handled Waterfall Faucet

Another great faucet in the Jaida range is the 2 handled version. The difference between this faucet and the original Jaida single-handled faucet is that this faucet comes with 2 separate handles to control the water temperature and stream. For this faucet, you will need a 3 hole sink, and we do not recommend drilling your own holes to accommodate this faucet. As with the Jaida single-handled faucet, this faucet is available in 3 different colors, which are brushed nickel, Tuscan bronze, and chrome. 

As with all of the Pfister faucets, this tap is low on water consumption, making it suitable for most States. The large handles are great for those with limited mobility, and the push waste can be operated by the simplest of touches. This faucet comes with all the installation instructions you will need, but you might have to invest in additional supply lines, especially if your existing ones are old. 

Pros
  • Water-saving
  • 2 handle operated
  • Waterfall feature
  • Available in 3 colors
Cons
  • New supply lines needed
  • The water stream isn’t as strong as a standard faucet

Pfister Ashfield Single Control Faucet

Looking for a more unique single control faucet? The Ashfield Single Control Faucet is a rustic yet stylish faucet. It is controlled by a single handle at the top of the outlet and provides a waterfall stream of water through the single unit. The valve and cartridge are all situated within the tap, and the handle will control both the temperature and the pressure of the stream. Please note that with waterfall faucets, the water’s pressure isn’t as strong as traditional faucets, as this would adversely affect the stream’s waterfall effect. 

The Ashfield single control faucet comes in a range of colors, including Tuscan bronze, rustic bronze, and brushed nickel. It also comes with a base plate that spans across three holes so you can easily convert your 3 holed sinks into a single control faucet. The Ashfield only uses 1.2 gallons of water per minute when in use, so it is water-saving and suitable for almost all States. 

Pros
  • Rustic design
  • The base plate makes it compatible with all sinks
  • Waterfall feature
  • Water-saving
Cons
  • The spout is low so doesn’t provide a great waterfall
  • No waste included

Pfister Contempra 2 Handled Bathroom Faucet

Now, this is one of the most modern faucets that Pfister have to offer. The Contempra 2 handled bathroom faucet consists of 2 handles to control the temperature and pressure of the hot and the cold water, along with another large curved spout. Available in chrome, brushed gold, brushed nickel and matte black, there will be a color for every bathroom. Water Sense certified this faucet would save you both water and money on your water bills. 

The spout is moveable, so you can adjust it to suit your sink as you use it. The pop-up drain comes with the faucet and is operated using a button at the back of the faucet. As with all of the Pfister faucets, this one promises to be leak-proof thanks to the ceramic discs and high-quality connectors. Overall, this is a great addition to both a sink and a bathtub in your bathroom. 

Pros
  • Modern look
  • Leak-proof technology
  • Water-saving
  • Pop up waste operated alongside the faucet
Cons
  • Not compatible with 1 or 2 hole sinks
  • New supply lines will be required

Conclusion

So, there we have our list of the best Pfister faucets that are available on the market right now. From single-handled faucets to waterfall features, the Pfister range has something for everyone. The major benefit to Pfister faucets is the effort and care that is taken into building a quality faucet. They work hard to ensure each element is made from quality materials and, therefore, leak-proof and future proof. 

So, which is the best? Well, it’s a tough call! If we were to install any new faucets into our upgraded bathroom, then we would choose the Pfister Jaida Single Control Bathroom Faucet. It’s a great unit which will not only look good in our bathroom but won’t take up too much space. We also love the fact that the water-saving capabilities will reduce our water bills by about 20%! But which faucet from our list would you choose? Make sure it’s compatible with your sink before purchasing and remember that a lot of them come with base plates to help combat this. 

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