No returns accepted on all steam showers and shower enclosures.
Limited One Year Warranty
To ensure customer satisfaction, all of our products are back by a limited one year warranty unless stated otherwise.
Master Faucet will gladly replace, repair or refund any defective merchandise when a claim is made before the stated period of one (1) year. A refund will only be given if the defective product cannot be repaired or is no longer in stock for replacement. All claims are subject to approval by Master Faucet.
If Master Faucet decides that a refund is necessary within the one (1) year limited warranty period, the consumer is held liable for shipping and handling costs to the warehouse. If the product has been used before a defect was recognized, Master Faucet will refund only the amount it feels necessary, holding into account the usage period.
The consumer is responsible for all shipping and handling costs in the case the defected product must be sent back to our warehouse for return of repair. Please keep in the mind that some of our products made from wood, marble, natural stones, or metals may hold slight, natural variations and, in such a case, this is not considered a defect and Master Faucet will not accept any claims addressing this issue.
Master Faucet will not honor any claims on products that have been repaired without our consent and/or any merchandise that has been tampered with. Master Faucet holds the right to inspect returned merchandise, if defective merchandise is in compliance with warranty terms, only then will Master faucet decide which plan of action is necessary.
- All claims must be addressed to Master Faucet in writing before the stated warranty time.
- Warranty is non-transferable and is only subject to the original purchaser of the product.
- Negligent use, faulty installation, normal wear and tear usage, abuse, items damaged in transit, and mishandling are NOT subject to the limited one (1) year warranty.
- Master Faucets holds the right to accept or reject any claims which either comply or misconstrue the terms of the warranty.