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Methven Warranty on Superior Products

Methven Warranty on Superior Products

As Methven celebrates its 125 year anniversary, we are proud to announce the launch of our new 20-year* warranty on all Methven branded tapware and shower products.

From our early beginnings in 1886 as a producer of brass and iron hardware, today Methven enjoys being New Zealand’s largest supplier and leading designer of distinctive showerware and tapware.

Introducing a 20-year* warranty confirms our confidence in not only how our superior products look and feel, but an assurance of their quality and performance.

Methven is committed to delivering life enhancing shower experiences with a distinctive New Zealand style and quality, which we believe is why we are, and will continue to be, the market leader in our field. Our 20-year* warranty applies to all Methven branded tapware and showers purchased from 1 September 2011 for use in domestic/ residential installations.

* A copy of our full warranty statement and conditions are available on our website at

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