Price Pfister, a manufacturer of kitchen and bath fixtures, announced an extension of its Hanover collection by introducing a two-handle, pull-down kitchen faucet, a design typically offered only in single-control configurations. However, for the first time in the mainstream retail market, Price Pfister expands the availability of the functional pull-down design to consumers with the Hanover Two-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet.
“Price Pfister is constantly evaluating consumers’ ever-changing interest in kitchen product design and value,” says Bethany York, product manager, Price Pfister. “Hanover embodies Price Pfister’s legacy of well-designed fixtures offered at an affordable price, and recently received a best buy award from a well-known consumer magazine as an economical selection. We are thrilled to extend the Hanover line to cater to more consumers seeking the best value for their kitchen upgrade without compromising the element of design.”
The new Hanover faucet features an anti-splash spray volume control for pull-down configurations, allowing consumers to effortlessly select desired water pressure in the palm of their hand, reducing water waste. This functional, efficient sprayhead is an improvement over traditional high arc faucets with an optional sidespray, providing an opportunity for consumers to use the fourth sink hole for a matching soap dispenser, a feature not usually available for two-handle faucets.
For added functionality, the new Hanover faucet provides an extra long 75-inch braided vinyl hose and quick connect fittings for fast and easy installation. The Hanover’s two-handle configuration also includes two valves, offering consumers a higher flow rate and more adjustable water temperature.
Available in stainless steel and Tuscan bronze finishes, the Hanover Two-Handle Pull-Down Faucet will launch in home improvement stores throughout the U.S. in August. All of Price Pfister’s fixtures come standard with ceramic disc valves and are covered by the Pforever Warranty, which guarantees finish and function for the life of the product.