Plumbtile appreciates your business and will go the extra mile to get it!
Plumbtile takes pride in offering the best value on bath, shower, kitchen, tile and other home improvement products at the most competitive prices. Whilst we do our best to ensure that we are offering the best pricing once in a while our competitors may offer the same product at a lower price.
We want to know about it!
We promise to do our best to meet or beat any website offering the same products at a lower price - offering you a better value on your purchase, including our first class service.
To provide the Plumbtile Price Match Service, we need to know more about what our competitor is offering:
Please provide brand and model number. This is to ensure that the items are exactly the same.
Proof of our competitor’s item price. This might include the URL of the specific product on their website, a faxed quote or an original copy of a printed advertisement.
Your contact information including name, email, contact phone number and region.
Unfortunately we can not meet the price of a last-ditch blow-out sale due to bankrupt closeouts and discontinuation of product lines but we can provide infinitely stronger service in the long run!
All requests for the Plumbtile Price Matching Service must be submitted BEFORE you make your purchase.
Plumbtile reserves the right to limit the number of items it allows in a specific Price Matching request.
While we will take the costs of shipping, taxes and import duties into consideration and do our best to work around these costs, shipping, taxes and import duties are not covered by our Price Matching Service.
The Plumbtile Price Matching Service only covers prices charged on new products. It does not cover any rebate offers.
We appreciate you giving us the opportunity to meet your needs and will do everything in our power to earn your continued business and referrals!
Some manufacturers have a minimum advertising price (MAP) policy, which means that we cannot advertise discounted pricing and/or we must comply with the manufacturer’s mandated discounted pricing. Although we can't ADVERTISE certain discounts, we can offer our loyal customers like you, our lowest pricing by simply calling us at: 1.866.369.8180.
Fall is upon us . Many are happy while others may be approaching it with dread. Those sad and down trodden are individuals that suffer through a frustrating condition called allergies. While the falling leaves are beautiful and bring an array of beautiful colors to most, it brings these individuals the frustration of sneezing, sickness and so many other discomforts due to mold. For allergy sufferers, making minor changes and renovations to their homes externally and internally is a necessity.
There are so many options to choose from when it comes to countertops for your kitchen and bathroom. Once you’ve discovered the many types, it is important to determine the best available countertop that fits your home.
Three factors to consider when choosing the right countertops.
As time goes by, trends come and go. Green kitchen appliances slowly morphed into stainless steel. Tile backsplashes fade in the background as slabs take the forefront. Even the main purpose of a kitchen has reached an entirely new level. Oftentimes you may even find an area in the kitchen that can be used as a workstation using your laptop and charging stations for your mobile devices. Fully functional bars have also been installed, adding more of a reason for gatherings to ensue in the kitchen. Mudrooms and laundry rooms have made their way offset to most kitchens making it convenient for multi-taskers complete their daily chores better than ever. With so many trends taking over the common kitchen, it’s always good to keep up and possibly apply them to your own home.
When it comes to good air and health in your home, it’s extremely important to consider having a great make-up air system in place. There are many benefits to explore as to why additional air circulation installation options should be considered.
Here are some reasons why you should have one of these systems in your home.
You buy a new home and you have a large bathroom that needs to be updated or maybe it is time for you to remodel your existing bathroom and it is a large room. So how do you use the space to get the most from your room and budget? You might want to consider separating the tub and shower, include a beautiful double sink or even put in a bidet.
Everyone knows that when it comes to bathroom renovation projects, it can get pretty costly. It’s always helpful to have a guideline that will help walk you through the process of doing it correctly. Especially if there is a way to go about it without dousing your creativity.
When it comes to renovating your kitchen, bathroom or whole home, many don’t prioritize it as they should. While the thought of it can be frustrating and tedious, it is important to understand the value of good renovation and repairs. It means less headaches in the future. A huge part of neglecting renovation is dealing with the amount of people involved and all of the things that go wrong. Above all, be sure to understand your rights as a consumer before starting any project or renovation to your home.
For a while, the trend was the bigger the better the house. In today’s society, it’s more popular to live in small spaces. Whether in the U.S. or abroad, residing in small spaces seems to be a permanent fixture in today’s culture. With this new way of living, designers and homeowners have developed many ways to make these homes livable, functional and as comfortable as desired.
I love a basement, in every home I have bought or rented I have looked for a basement. If it wasn’t finished I mentally tallied up the cost it would take to finish it. What kind of flooring I could put there, the lighting, furniture and built-ins I can add. But finishing a basement or taking a portion and finishing it can be costly if not done correctly the first time.