Tub & Shower Faucet Valves
Thermostatic, Pressure-Balancing & Diverter Valves for Tub/Shower Combos
Explore the collection of tub and shower faucet valves at Frank Webb Home. Valves are installed behind the wall of a shower or tub and are paired with faucet trim for a properly functioning fixture. We offer a range of valve types to suit your needs: A pressure-balancing valve controls both volume and temperature, while thermostatic valves boast separate controls, so you can reduce the flow of water without reducing the temperature and vice versa. A diverter valve allows you to redirect the flow of water between two faucets, making it an essential component for any shower/tub combo faucet. Whether you need a rough-in valve for a bathroom remodel or are looking for a thermostatic valve to match new trim, you’ll find high quality-options from reliable brands, including Axor, Hansgrohe, and Symmons, at Frank Webb Home.,
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different types of shower valves?
The three types of shower valves are pressure balancing valve, thermostatic valve, and diverter valve. All shower faucets require either a thermostatic or pressure-balancing valve to function. A pressure balancing valve controls volume and temperature simultaneously, while a thermostatic valve offers separate controls for temperature and volume. A diverter valve is an additional valve for multiple shower heads and is not a main, foundational valve.