The Big Three Bathroom Faucets
Bathroom Sink Faucets: The easiest solution for a quick bathroom faucet upgrade. Generally a bathroom faucet needs to stay within the installation parameters of the previous faucet unless the sink/counter is also being replaced. However, you can create a whole new bathroom look with just a new faucet finish and matching bathroom hardware accessories.
Shower Faucets: Spend a little for a quick upgrade with a brand new shower head, or go all out with a shower system, body sprays included. Add a hand shower attachment for another quick win, no special installation needed. A full shower replacement is the perfect time to get in the wall and swap out your valve. If you don’t want to open up the wall, you’re limited to shower trims that are compatible with your current brand/rough in.
Tub Fillers: There are three common tub filling options available: traditional roman style tub filler, tub spouts, and free standing. Roman tub fillers offer multiple handles to perfect your temperature, with a classic look. Go the more modern route with a free standing tub filler, perfect for free standing tub options. When used in combination with a shower, the standard tub spout is the cheapest and most common choice.