Before dismantling your old unit, make sure the hot water feed is on the left, and that the cold water feed is on the right. Call a professional if that is not the case. 3 – Prepare parts and tools with close access to the connections.
Decide where to take the hot and water supplies from. First you’ll need to decide where to take the hot and cold water supplies from. If you are fitting the shower above the bath you can tee into the tap supplies.
A thermostatic shower can do several things a regular shower can’t. It adjusts the flow of both hot and cold water in order to keep the temperature constant so even if someone else in the house runs water or flushes a toilet, the temperature in the shower will be constant.
There are many different types of shower valve available but the most popular is the thermostatic bar valve. Here’s a guide to help you install one.
All dimensions listed in this fitting book regarding the product and installation are approximate. *All kits are for illustration purposes only and are not supplied unless otherwise stated.