Bath tub faucet with hand shower. Bio Shock
collection. Solid brass construction. Wall mount. Wall shower holder. Anti limestone hand shower. Automatic diverter. 60" Flexible hose. Two 0.5" eccentric couplings. Bath tub faucet dimensions: 2.36" H x 6.88" W ...
Atrio collection. Tub filler with hand shower. Available
in chrome, satin nickel, and brushed nickel. 8 3/4" spout. 5 hole installation. Sena hand shower. 79" hand shower hose. Solid brass body. GROHE SilkMove ceramic cartridges. 3/4" copper connections. Shown ...
Wall Mount Tub Faucet with Hand Shower and
Metal Lever Handles. Available in chrome, oil rubbed bronze, polished brass, or satin nickel. Tub Wall Mount Only. Code Approved Spout. 3 3/8" Centers. Requires Shower Riser with Enclosure, Showerhead and ...
Shower Faucets - These include the trim to control the water, as well as a shower head.
Tub and Shower Faucets - These include the trim to control the water, as well as a shower head and tub spout.
Shower Panels - These are all-in-one systems, usually connected to a backplate. They typically include all of the necessary controls, body sprays, shower head, and sometimes a tub spout.
Complete Shower Systems - These include everything you need for your shower system, including controls, body sprays, and shower heads, but they are not all attached in one unit like shower panels.
Shower Heads - This option includes only the shower head part, with no controls.
Body Sprays - This option includes only body sprays, which project water out from the shower wall.
Hand Showers - This option includes only hand-held showers, which are connected to the system on a hose.
Faucet Trim Only - This option includes only the trim part of the faucet, which connects to the valve to control the water. This option is best if you already have a shower head you are planning to use.
A valve is the part of the faucet that connects to the pipework and actually controls the flow of the water. Many shower faucets do not include a valve, and are just the "trim", or the decorative part of the faucet. If you select a faucet that is the trim only, be careful to select the appropriate valve you need to make the faucet work. This should be clearly stated in the product specifications.