Updating tub faucets

25-Jan-2016 01:07

And you'll love the finish choices: antique brass, brass, bronze, chrome, copper, nickel, and stainless steel.

Beautiful, functional, and designed to save you water, these faucets are the perfect finishing touch for your bathroom!

After we moved in, we replaced the faucets in the guest bathroom with oil-rubbed bronze, but we never replaced the drain or the — um, other thing, that’s silver in this photo.

Our price is lower than the manufacturer's "minimum advertised price." As a result, we cannot show you the price in catalog or the product page.

Choose one of our high-quality deck mount faucets (also known as rim mount faucets) if your existing faucet is mounted on the tub itself.

For freestanding faucets, or vertically mounted wall faucets, browse our wall mount and freestanding tub faucets.

Commercial bathroom toilets, faucets, sinks, and urinals from American Standard are built to withstand the high-traffic use of a commercial bathroom.

Our innovative technologies and options help to enhance ease of use and create additional value, for quality products that are built to last.

Our price is lower than the manufacturer's "minimum advertised price." As a result, we cannot show you the price in catalog or the product page.

Choose one of our high-quality deck mount faucets (also known as rim mount faucets) if your existing faucet is mounted on the tub itself.

For freestanding faucets, or vertically mounted wall faucets, browse our wall mount and freestanding tub faucets.

Commercial bathroom toilets, faucets, sinks, and urinals from American Standard are built to withstand the high-traffic use of a commercial bathroom.

Our innovative technologies and options help to enhance ease of use and create additional value, for quality products that are built to last.

Tighten it first with your hand: Then with a nifty tool like needle-nose pliers: Pause to give yourself a rousing round of applause. Before and after: Now quit celebrating and go clean your tub! It was such a quick, easy project, it made me wonder why we’ve been storing that unopened drain kit for A YEAR and not just fixing it. We're not there yet, but here's a peek at the view along the way...