2 Way Concealed

A two way valve will run two outlets for example an over head shower and a side shower or an overhead shower and a bath filler. The valve will have at least two handles, if it has two handles one will be a diverter and one a temperature control and if it has three handles there will be two independent on offs and one will be temperature control. These may be called twin or triple valves, depending on the amount of handles. You will have a choice of valve design and handle design. Each one will have a minimum recess and minimum pressure requirement, your plumber will be able to advise on what is going to be suitable for your install.
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Q. What is a 2 way concealed shower valve?
A. A 2 way concealed shower valve is a valve which will be concealed within the wall, with all pipework hidden, and will control two outlets. You will have two handles, one which is an on/off and diverter, and one to control the temperature, or you will have three handles, one which is temperature and two which are on/off for the separate outlets.
Q. Why should I choose a 2 way concealed shower valve?
A. Concealed shower valves create a very neat and clean look in your bathroom, and a 2 way concealed will control two outlets, perfect for a large shower head and a bath filler or smaller side shower. There is a large range of 2 way concealed shower valves to choose from, from traditional to modern, round to square, budget to branded, so there really is something for everyone.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. This will be completely dependent upon the style of the current items in your bathroom, or the look that you are hoping to achieve. For example, if you are hoping to create a beautiful traditional feel then you won't be choosing a sleek contemporary design. There is no right or wrong, this is completely down to personal preference.
Q. What things should I consider before purchasing a 2 way concealed shower valve?
A. There are a couple of things to consider before deciding on a 2 way concealed shower valve. You need to make sure that it is only a 2 way that you need, and you are only wanting to control two outlets (ie bath filler and shower head). You also need to ensure that this valve can be installed in your bathroom, as you will need a minimum recess (void in the wall) for the shower to fit so that all working parts can be accessed in the future. The installer will also need to be able to run pipework to the valve, for some bathrooms this won't be possible, so check before deciding and purchasing.
Q. What other items might I need to go with my 2 way concealed shower valve?
A. As this is just the shower valve, you will need the outlets as well, for example, a bath filler or a shower head and arm. You will also need fittings and fixtures as these will not be supplied.
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