The lovely folks at Pfister contacted me recently about reviewing one of their faucets…to which I replied HECK YES!!!! It couldn’t have come at a better time, honestly, because our kitchen faucet was looking pretty rough. We installed a new faucet back in 2012, but it wasn’t exactly high quality. We ended up having to add silicone around the base to curb the wiggle. Eventually the rubbery button used to change the stream into a spray started breaking down. And the soap dispenser broke…

old faucet

To say I was excited about the new Pfister Indira faucet on its way to me would be an understatement! When it arrived, I recruited the hubs to install it. He’s just more proficient in plumbing work, and it’s often a one person job (he was practically inside the sink cabinet at one point). Aside from holding some things in place while he tightened them down below, I wasn’t much help. That said, he reported that this install was MUCH easier than the one he installed back in 2012. The directions were clear, and everything fit together nicely.

New Kitchen Faucet Install

Ooooh so fancy! Sorry about the lighting…it’s hard to shoot this room.

DIY Kitchen Faucet Upgrade

The difference in quality is night and day – you can feel it in the weight. The Indira is sturdy and sleek. Huzzah! It’s nice to have a soap pump again too…I didn’t realize how much I missed it. And it could be my imagination, but I feel like the sprayer gives a little more water pressure too.

Pfister Indira Faucet

I’m super stoked about this sweet kitchen upgrade!! Now we only have one boring faucet left in the house (upstairs bath)…maybe it’s time to give that one a facelift too. Have you done any upgrades lately? Do you have any experience with Pfister products?

 

One Response

  1. Amanda

    I need me one of these babies!!! That is beautiful. My faucet has been in this house way longer than 2012 and it looks rough!

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