Tub & Shower Diverters & Volume Controls

Diverters & Volume Controls for Combination Tub & Showers

Enhance your bathroom’s function and style with options from our selection of tub and shower diverters and volume control valves. When you’re designing a new build, making repairs, or updating hardware, valve choices are essential for achieving the desired operation of your combination tub and shower: A diverter valve operates with an easy-to-use knob or ADA-compliant lever and directs water to a tub spout, shower head, or handshower, while volume control valves adjust the water flow to provide precise shower pressure. Our collection includes the rough-in valves to update your faucet’s function, as well as compatible escutcheon plates, knobs, levers, and other trim in classic and designer finishes from chrome to black. Whether your style is contemporary, traditional, or transitional, you’ll find reliable valves and fixtures from Delta, Hansgrohe, American Standard, and other top brands at Frank Webb Home.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a shower tub diverter?

A shower diverter is a valve that directs the water between fixtures in a combination tub and shower; a diverter allows you to easily change bathing modes from tub spout to the shower head attachments.

Do you need volume control for a shower?

The decision to install a standalone volume control valve in your bathroom depends on your personal preference. Volume control is often integrated into multi-function fixtures, but a standalone volume control valve and knob can offer maximum flexibility. Many pressure-balanced valves jointly control the water and temperature, and while the single-lever operation is easy to use, it doesn’t allow for customized shower head flow.