Tub Shower Faucets
Isenberg® tub and shower faucets and combos come in 20 exciting thin-film ceramic colors. Match your faucets, showerheads and tub faucets with the general color theme in your bath space. Exciting design possibilities lie ahead.
An Expression of Modern Style
Functionality is amply represented through our wide collection of striking shower sets available 4 finishes and varying components such as body jets, rain heads, and hand shower sets.
Shower Faucets – Basic FAQ’s:
Replacing a tub shower valve is usually an involved and lengthy process. Before you do that make sure that it is absolutely necessary. You may be able to just replace the cartridges if the valve is not functioning properly or simply change the trim and handle if you just want an updated look. The main steps are as follows:
- Shut off the water supply
- Remove trim and handle
- remove tile around the valve
- remove valve – this may require cutting existing pipes and water supplies
- install a new valve and hook up to water supplies
- Then install trim and handle
This may sound simple but it is quite intense. If you really want to know check out this detailed video we made to show you how one of our pressure balance valves are installed from start to finish.
This is a relatively simple process. In the plumbing world, most handles are screwed on with a M4 or M5 size hex screw. These hex screws are tiny and can be tightened with a small Allen key. See the video below and that should clear things up a bit:
Replacing Tub And Shower faucet cartridges is quite easy. Most cartridges are held in place with a threaded nut. Loosen the nut and out comes the cartridge. The retaining nut is usually behind the shower handle which comes of by unscrewing the hex that holds the handle onto the cartridge.
See the detailed video below on how to remove the handle, trim plate, and cartridge. Also, make sure that when reinserting the cartridge the rubber seal is not damaged.