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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Friedman
Ideabooks3,719
Questions7
1. Thermostatic valves. Shower valves have either one handle
Thermostatic valves control volume and temperature.
Thermostatic valves control temp and volume of water
1. Thermostatic valves. Shower valves have either one handle that controls both volume and temperature
a turn, or separate controls for volume and temperature. A thermostatic valve controls the temperature and volume, giving you the opportunity to have a
and temperature of the water coming out of your showerhead, a thermostatic valve is the way to go.
thermostatic valve is the way to go.
“Like vanity top color and floor not wood pattern on vanity” — jpemail
Besch Design, Ltd.
3 Reviews
Leavitt Residence
Ideabooks68,647
Questions26
who is the maker of the foucet or water valve
"Waterblade" by LaCava and the valve and thermostatic control were by Kallista
The spout was the "Waterblade" by LaCava and the valve and thermostatic control
Thanks for the question. The spout was the "Waterblade" by LaCava and the valve and thermostatic control were by Kallista. I recommend contacting your local
Thanks for the question. The spout was the "Waterblade" by LaCava and the valve and thermostatic control were by Kallista.
The spout was the "Waterblade" by LaCava and the valve and thermostatic control were by Kallista
“Bathtub” — Maria Marks
Hansgrohe USA
8 Reviews
The Huot Residence in the Oriental Warehouse
Ideabooks33,017
Questions9
slide bar do they need ot be on separate valve or volume control ? some look like they are on a diverter valve and some look like they have their own supply
very confusing like in this pic there is main valve turn on overhead but then there are two knob valves that are volume control
control- some of the vlaves look like they can be used as both- for main valve then either use a diverter to switch between standard tub spout and showerhead
“Showerhead hansgrohe” — ohlyuv
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Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks10,793
Questions10
Does the two cupboards also house the "turn off" valves for the shower
The regular shower valves are inside the shower. There are no access panels inside the cupboards; the whole cabinet could come out if need be.
out of kitchen-cabinet efficiency. The cabinets on either side of this shower are roll-out cabinets. We often see this kind of thing in kitchen pantry
of this shower are roll-out cabinets. We often see this kind of thing in kitchen pantry cupboards, where a roll-out organiser lets you reach things stored
Roll out drawers like in a kitchen. Maybe under the sink?
out of kitchen-cabinet efficiency. The cabinets on either side of this shower are roll-out cabinets. We often see this kind of thing in kitchen pantry
“shower...storage in wall for shampoo, etc.” — emoddie
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks4,824
Questions9
shower valve placed away from shower head
Valve not under shower head...Shower Valve Placement...Separate valves
“On off dial away from shower and no door” — jmillier
All Pro Builders Inc.
24 Reviews
Dito : Master Bath - Orange
Ideabooks2,040
Questions2
I like how seat works shower valves
Diverter valves...in wall shut off valves...Valve location
“Tile” — Creative Impressions Design Group
Epic Development
5 Reviews
Whole House Renovation - Beechwood
Ideabooks6,899
Questions12
Can you please advise where the tub valves are located and if a diverter valve was required for the ceiling fill
The tub valves are located on the wall opposite of the vanity. The ceiling fill is the only water source for the tub.
“Nice contrast of wall colour and bath” — mrsvharkness
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks5,867
Questions9
Is a separate diverter valve required for the ceiling fill? How does that tie into the faucet valves?
“tub filler” — beekypoo
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