Large Variety of Standalone Bathtub Faucets & Fixtures
3/4″ Universal Rough-In Freestanding Tub Valve
7-11 GPM Flow Rates
Spout Projection: ~ 9-11″
360° Rotation of Trim
Freestanding Tub Faucet | Isenberg 160.1168
Isenberg’s collection of freestanding tub fillers will rejuvinate your bathroom. Use with any freestanding tub or clawfoot tub for a fast tub fill experience.
- Solid Brass Construction
- Includes 3/4″ Rough-in floor valve
- 1.8 GPM Hand shower with back flow prevention check valve
Floor Mount Tub Filler | Isenberg 240.1170
All Isenberg freestanding bathtub faucets and plumbing fixtures can be paired with matching bathroom accessories and bathroom faucets to complete a fully co-ordinated design language. They can be used with freestanding tubs, jacuzzi tubs, standalone tubs, clawfoot tubs, and more.
- High flow rate
- Universal Floor Mount Valve
- Solid brass construction
Freestanding Bathtub Faucet Installation / Maintenance Video
If you want to understand how to install a freestanding faucet (a.k.a – floor mount tub filler) this video goes into extreme detail on how to set the valve into the concrete floor and install and orient the tub filler to line up with your bathtub. Also, learn how to swap the cartridge out and the diverter.
Stand Alone Tub Faucets In Stock in Four Finishes:
Freestanding Tub Faucets – All You Need To Know FAQ’s:
Freestanding tub fillers can definitely add panache to your bathroom and are usually paired with a freestanding tub. Follow the below steps to install a free-standing bathtub faucet on a concrete floor.
Before you begin:
- Measure the height of the valve and review any min-max rough in specifications that are present on the valve
- Ensure that the valve is oriented correctly with respect to the freestanding tub – most freestanding tub fillers can be rotated 360°
- Determine the distance from the freestanding bathtub the faucet will be installed – budget 6 inches.
The Actual Installation:
- Prepare the concrete slab and bring out supply lines. Make sure to find out beforehand if you need 1/2″ or 3/4″ supply lines
- Install the floor mount valve onto the floor using concrete bolts that should be provided with the faucet
- Connect the supply lines to the hot and cold side of the valves
- Open any supply stops or remove any plugs and flush the supply lines thoroughly.
- Install the trim, hose and hand shower.
Watch this video to give you a better idea on all the things involved in this process:
The height of a freestanding tub filler that you choose to install in your bathroom depends on:
- Personal Taste – heights range from 33″ to 45″
- Space Constraints – if you have a smaller bathroom or some sort of structure above the tub you may want to measure it and purchase a tub filler that will fit.
- Tub Height – most tubs are between 22″ – 28″ tall. The water exit point of the spout of the tub filler should be about 6 inches above the tub. Any higher and there may be some unwanted water splashing on the side of the tub filler.
There are many considerations that one needs to take into account when deciding which freestanding tub filler to purchase. Some of those are provided below:
- Installation Type – Do you need a slab mounting tub faucet or a wood floor mounting tub faucet? Does the tub filler come with a valve or does it come with hoses? The hose version is usually easier to install when there is access below the floor. Slab mounting tub faucets come with a brass rough-in water supply valve while ones which are installed with access below the floor come with 1/2″ or 3/4″ hoses.
- City Code – Does the tub filler have anti-scald rings with the product – some city codes require it and plumbing inspectors may ask for it. If this is not present you may need to purchase an in-line pressure balance valve to meet city code.
- Flow Rate – the tub filler should fill up your tub in a reasonable amount of time. Depending on the volume of your tub (usually 70 – 100 gallons) it may take about 10 minutes to fill up your tub fully. Flow rates for freestanding tub fillers range from 6 GPM to 15 GPM. The higher GPM versions are more expensive. If you can find a 9-10 GPM tub filler you will be very satisfied with the flow rate.
- Size – Heights vary from 33″ – 45″ – make sure that the tub filler you install fits in the area you intend to install it in.
- Surrounding Space – It is better to install the tub filler between the wall and the tub. This prevents people from hanging things on it, pulling on it, or using it as a support to get in and out of the tub. This will ensure the faucet does not become loose over time.
- Hand Shower – Most freestanding tub faucets come with a hand shower. If you are wanting a cleaner look without a hanging hose to distract you consider a faucet without a hand shower. Hand showers do come handy when you want to rinse your tub.
- Certification – Look to purchase a tub filler that is certified by the manufacturer via third party testing laboratories such as IAPMO or CSA. This will ensure the product meets certain quality standards.
Isenberg Floor Mount tub fillers come in the following fast ship finishes (In-Stock and ready to ship)
- Brushed Nickel PVD
- Polished Nickel PVD
- Matte Black