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 Bathroom Remodel
Author: 13jmprice (TN)

I'm remodeling our master bath and will have a walk in shower and a separiate tub. I want to install a conventional shower head, a handheld sprayer and a rain head in the shower. Where can I find a diagram of how those three things need to be plumbed?

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 Re: Bathroom Remodel
Author: pbw (OH)

look at the Grohe web site, they used to have piping layout.

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 Re: Bathroom Remodel
Author: North Carolina Plumber (NC)

You just plumb your faucet as normal, then when you come out of the faucet you go to a diverter, and then from the diverter to each individual point of use.

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 Re: Bathroom Remodel
Author: Wheelchair (IL)

I only hope you have enough water volume and pressure to support the added accessories.
Best Wishes

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 Re: Bathroom Remodel
Author: packy (MA)

depends on if you want 1 at a time. 2 at a time. or all 3.
a cadillac job would have one thermostatic control valve with 3 volume controls.
this way you can you can use #1 or #2 or #3 or #1 and #2 or #1 and #3 or #2 and #3 or #1 and #2 and #3..

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