Pfister Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Pfister, formerly called Price Pfister until 2010, is a manufacturer of bathroom and lavatory faucets, shower systems, showerheads, and accessories and kitchen faucets and other plumbing fixtures. Emil Price and William Pfister founded the company in 1910. Today, Pfister is owned by Spectrum Brands Holdings Incorporated Hardware and Home Improvement Group.
Paul shared his bad experience, "Pfister is COMPLETE JUNK! I have been spending a fortune to constantly replace the cheap plastic pieces of my faucet and then paying 3 times what the faucet costs to fix the damage that they cause. Yes, they will send replacement parts for free, but the faucet doesn't even last a year without some piece of it breaking or having to pay to constantly address some problem with them. A $300 faucet should last at least 10 years before problems occur, but I can't even get a year out of any of them! The sprayer is 100% plastic now! STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE! It's worth the extra money to get Moen or some better quality. I don't recommend Kohler either!"
Former Employee - Guest Service Agent says"sexist management management that bullies you and treats their employees horribly useless HR department"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Poor management and policy control"
Former Employee - Banquet Cook says"salary was $8.00 hrly....had trouble paying my bills."
PBX Operator says"The cons were managers were very negative toward most of the employees."
Former Employee - Bartender says"Very poor management, unreliable management"
Current Employee - Front Desk Agent says"Unstable schedule. Hard to be promoted to company"
Foreman/Solar Installer (Former Employee) says"The Baltimore branch I worked for went under, or changed names or something. Can't speak about the rest of the company, but my experience was poor...."
Electrician (Current Employee) says"Poorly managed, as there is a lot of down time/lay offs between contracts. Electrically this is a great company, it just doesn't work well with the employee who needs to pay for a mortgage and living expenses.good electrical experienceinconsistent"