Does anyone have any experience with this company? Quality? Pricing vs other companies? Thanks so much.
It's suppose to be a good brand . Here is a link with all the information that you need about it .
Here is a link that might be useful: http://starcraftcustombuilders.com/sources.faucets2.htm
We just did our master bath remodel with California Faucets in polished nickel. It's been about 3 months and I really like them.
Glad to hear you're happy with your faucets vickimp.
Thank you lillo for that link. There's an enormous amount of info there.
I just used one for a new installation and love it. Nicely made (all metal; the faceplate in the similar Hangrohe unit is chrome-plated plastic), and the central large lever or knob keeps the consistant temperature you set it at. It's actually labelled in elegant imbossed degrees F, so you can set and forget it once you find your fave temp. The lower and upper smaller knobs turn 90 degrees to the side and are volume controls for two outlets - usually the tub spout for the lower control and the showerhead for the upper. However it could also be two showerheads or something else. The two outlets can be turned on or off seperately or together. My tub spout will have a diverter for a handshower, so it can be used at the same time as the wallmount showerhead, with adjustable water volume between the two.. High rate of water flow compared to some other brands. Highly recommended.
Here is a link that might be useful: California Faucets rectangular Thermostatic Trims
Thank you lee676.
I needed raw brass (living) finish for a project done in 2005 - (beachfront highly corrosive environment) and chose California Faucets for all of the bath fixtures. Eight years later, no problems at all and the finish is aging beautifully.
My only complaint is that they don't make kitchen fixtures! My much more pricey Rohl in the kitchen looks awful in comparison.
Thanks everyone. Sounds like you've all been extremely happy with their products.
Very high quality, and the customer service is excellent. The person who answers the phone (usually without a wait) is the person who will help you.