Bathroom. Tuesday , July 18th , 2017 - 15:14:55 PM
These are single hole bathroom faucets from the Brooklyn 31 collection. They come in two versions, one for sinks and one for washbasins. They’re available in a variety of finishes as well as in several colors and color combinations. Their defining detail is the valve at the top.
Begin by finding the studs in your ceiling. If you have a popcorn or textured ceiling (I feel your pain), this can be tricky because a stud finder requires a flat surface to read accurately. Tip: Place a flat piece of thin cardboard, such as a cereal box, against the ceiling, and run your stud finder over that.
Screw on all four female couplers to the four mixing valve threads. Determine whether or not you will be raising your mixing valve. Technically, this can be positioned as high up on the wall as you want it. For a shower alone, you would obviously want the mixing valve to be much higher than for a tub/shower combination because it doesn’t need to be accessed for bathtub use. Hold the mixing valve into place where you want it and mark the nearest stud at the vertical center of the valve. Measure the vertical distance from the old mixing valve to the new position; you will need to cut two pipes this length to raise the cold and hot water pipes to this height. Also, measure the new distance from the bottom female coupler on your mixing valve to the horizontal pipe connecting the tub faucet.
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