Complete Tub & Shower Systems

Not sure whether to choose a pressure balance or thermostatic valve for your shower system? Learn more about the differences between these valves and how to choose the best one for your needs

Quality Symmons Pressure Balancing Shower Systems

Symmons has long been known as an industry leader in quality and innovation, and their beautiful shower systems are the perfect complement to almost any home. Whether you're looking for a simple shower for a small stall, or want a complete tub and shower system with matching handspray, these shower collections are sure to please - and the variety of stylish modern designs mean you can make your home as unique as you are.

All of our Symmons tub/shower/handshower systems are CEC compliant and WaterSense certified (except Winslet series) for superior low-flow performance

Shower Systems

Handshower Systems

Shower & Handshower Combination Systems

Tub & Shower Systems

Tub & Handshower Systems

Complete Tub, Shower, & Handshower Systems

Gerber® (formerly Danze®) Designer Pressure Balance Shower Systems

For a truly designer look in your shower, Danze® is the way to go. Offering numerous collections with styles ranging from traditional to ultra-modern in today's most popular finishes, you're sure to find a shower or tub/shower system you love. The best thing? Most of these collections have a full range of accessories and other matching bathroom fixtures!

All of our Danze tub/shower systems are CEC compliant and WaterSense certified for superior low-flow performance

Shower Only Systems

Tub & Shower Systems

Jaclo Thermostatic Single Handle Shower Systems

Looking for a unique finish? These Jaclo thermostatic shower systems are the answer. With constant thermostatic temperature control and a HUGE selection of designer finishes, these sets are ideal for almost any home. From oil rubbed bronze to antique copper to polished brass and every finish in between, all with durable brass construction, you won't find a better designer option anywhere.

All of our Jaclo shower systems are CEC compliant and WaterSense certified for superior low-flow performance

Banner has long been the standard for classic budget showers, and we're pleased to offer our customers a wide selection of these shower systems. Perfect for rental homes or apartments, you're sure to find a simple yet stylish design to match almost any décor.

Shower Only Systems

Tub & Shower Systems

Old-Fashioned Sign of the Crab Shower Sets

When you want to add the convenience of a modern shower, but desire a vintage look, these shower systems fit the bill. Choose from a variety of old-fashioned handle and shower head options, with or without a tub spout, in durable classic finishes.

All of our Sign of the Crab shower systems are CEC compliant for superior low-flow performance

Shower Only Systems

Tub & Shower Systems

Looking for showers and faucets for your clawfoot bathtub?
Check out our handy leg tub faucets index for tub fillers, shower kits, and more!

Institutional/Commercial Shower Systems® is your source for the very best commercial and institutional shower systems. Whether you're looking for an ADA compliant handshower system for your long-term care facility or assisted living, need quality athletic club showers, or want something vandal resistant and sturdy for a public pool or detention center, we've got you covered. Spas, recreation centers, gyms, hospitals, factories, schools, dorms, and even homes - the list goes on and on for the places that can benefit from one of these top quality commercial shower systems.

  CEC Compliant
  WaterSense Certified
  CEC Compliant & WaterSense Certified

Shower Systems Related Items

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How do pressure balance shower systems work?"
A. A pressure balancing valve mixes your hot and cold water together to get the right temperature and help keep hot water temperatures from becoming too hot. Thus, it helps prevent accidental scalding or "shower shock" when the water suddenly turns freezing cold because the water pressure changed (i.e., someone flushed the toilet or turned on a faucet in the kitchen). Additionally, most units feature an adjustable stop screw beneath the cover that prohibits the valve handle from being turned to excessively hot temperatures.

Q. "What is a thermostatic shower and how does it work?"
A. The thermostatic valves within these tub/shower systems work by controlling the flow of hot and cold water to maintain temperatures. When the water coming from the hot water inlet is too hot, the valve will expand and adjust the amounts of hot and cold water coming out of your tub spout or hand shower to keep the temperature constant and help prevent accidental scalding. Note that they do not actually heat the water, and can only maintain hot water temperatures as long as there is sufficient hot water coming through the pipes.

Q. "What are the new California Energy Commission water efficiency standards and how does this affect me?"
A. Effective January 1, 2016, certain plumbing fixtures will be required to comply with new California Energy Commission requirements for flow rate and water efficiency. Since the program began in 1976, it has continually worked to develop standards for energy- and water-using appliances and fixtures that will help Californians to conserve energy and water. To help the state deal with current and future drought conditions, only water-saving plumbing fixtures will be legally available for sale in California. Products like faucets, toilets, urinals, and shower heads are all affected by the new regulations.

Sold after January 1, 2016:
  • Public lavatory faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 0.5 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi)
  • Kitchen faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 1.8 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi) - dual function faucets may have an optional temporary flow of 2.2 gallons per minute
  • Toilets must use a maximum 1.28 gallons per flush or less - or a dual-flush effective flush volume of 1.28 gallons per flush or less
  • Wall mounted urinals must use a maximum 0.125 gallons per flush or less
  • Other urinals must use a maximum 0.5 gallons per flush or less
Sold after July 1, 2016:
  • Lavatory faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 1.2 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi)
  • Shower heads must have a maximum flow rate of 2.0 gallons per minute or less (at 80psi)
Sold after July 1, 2018:
  • Shower heads must have a maximum flow rate of 1.8 gallons per minute or less (at 80psi)

What this means for the average consumer is that you can rest easy knowing that the product you're getting is compliant with the law - and will help you do your part to save water, our most precious natural resource. Additionally, it is important to note that current EPA WaterSense program requirements are not as stringent as the California Energy Commission requirements. Thus, not all WaterSense products may be compliant with the new laws in California. Please be sure to review the specifications of the product you're purchasing prior to placing your order as we cannot ship non-compliant products to our customers in California.

Q. "Why should I choose a WaterSense labeled faucet?"
A. Well, the numbers can speak for themselves: It is estimated that by installing WaterSense labeled faucets and accessories, the average household can save more than 500 gallons per year. Most of us know that we can conserve water by turning off the tap when not in use, but many may not know you can save water while using it with the right water saving faucet. The WaterSense partnership program is sponsored by the EPA which provides water conservation and quality guidelines for participating manufacturers. All products with the WaterSense label have had complete third party certification and testing to ensure they meet the criteria, which is to reduce water use by 20-30 percent with out sacrificing performance and also maintain high quality standards. Please note that due to state low-flow regulations, we cannot ship non-WaterSense certified lavatory faucets or showerheads to customers in Colorado. Please check to ensure the product you're selecting is WaterSense certified prior to ordering to help avoid any delays or problems with your order.

Q. "What kind of products are WaterSense labeled?"
A. Bathrooms are by far the largest water users in the home, accounting for more than half of all the water that families use indoors. Thus, you can find a wide range of lavatory faucets, showers, and toilets available with the WaterSense label. Just look for notes on the product page for the item(s) you've selected to find out which products we offer that carry WaterSense certification.

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