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  • #16
    Re: Recommendations for thermostatic valves?

    Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
    grohe and hansgrohe are the same. fredrick grohe is the feuding brother.

    i've never had to send back the parts. it's not like i'm asking for the complete fixture.

    most common is the pull out hose or pull out spout, quick snap connector, followed by the thermostatic cartridge.

    a receipt if ever needed can come from a service invoice.

    maybe it's just such a common fixture here, that they don't want to piss off the homeowner or contractor.

    it's also a way to get the customer in their database.

    rick.
    How many times Rick have you broken that quick snap connector? I swear to god I break it every time and I'm fortunate enough to have an extra one on hand.

    But I've never had to send back parts either...they just want receipt.

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    • #17
      Re: Recommendations for thermostatic valves?

      Wow, the best I get from this is that there's someone using at least one of each brand......

      I guess I'll keep looking around......... and see what comes up.

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      • #18
        Re: Recommendations for thermostatic valves?

        Originally posted by mtne View Post
        Wow, the best I get from this is that there's someone using at least one of each brand......

        I guess I'll keep looking around......... and see what comes up.
        To tell you the truth, I have Kohler, Delta, and Grohe in my house, and they are all good. Delta to me are easy to work on, and easy to get parts for. They are reasonably priced also. Around here, price kills the Grohe, but they make great stuff. I like Kohler too.
        I guess if you pick one of those three, you will not hurt yourself.

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