I just signed up to be a Friends of Pfister. Those are bloggers who blog about Pfister. I might win a ticket to Austin's biggest social media event, or win a faucet. For sure I will be one of the first to know about new products, new promotions, and new design tips.
One of the things I really appreciate about Pfister is how many of their faucets are ADA compliant. Alas! None of the faucets I fell in love with were in my price range, including the Pfisters. I found a faucet I could live with for just about $50. I wanted a brushed nickel finish to stay in tune with the finish on the cabinetry pulls and the grab bars. Ideally, the sink faucet would have had a pulldown, as I have had occasions on which this feature would have been extremely useful. Nobody makes those in bathroom sink faucets, only the kitchen faucets. I found one of those that I loved, but it was $190, the Price Pfister T529-YPK Ashfield Lever Handle Pull Out Faucet. Maybe I can replace my "make-do" faucet with this down the road.
In the shower, I wanted a handheld shower with a slide bar, and a long cord. This is so I may place the slide bar on a different wall than the shower outlet and controls are on. This will enable me to sit against the opposite wall from the controls and place the shower at a convenient spot. My husband will be able to slide the bar to move the showerhead up to take a standing shower. I'm still considering the options here. (hoping to catch a special sale). I'll keep you posted.
However, since my bathroom would be out of commission for the duration, I also had to replace the faucet in the other bathroom. This was a bit easier. I was able to get a Pfister FWL2230C Faucet Lavatory 2 Handle Chrome for $35.