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Cruze Twin Round Concealed Shower Valve - Chrome Medium Image
20 Nov 2016
 

Cruze Twin Round Concealed Shower Valve - Chrome

Good quality shower valvle

This is excellent for the price. The only minor gripe is that the knobs could do with an additional grub screw or a slightly longer threaded screw to stop them spinning. I fixed the problem by using a rubber O ring to create some extra tension.

Reviewed by:  Hugh Callaway  - Barton upon Humber
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Hudson Reed Kubix Twin Concealed Thermostatic Shower Valve - A3013 Medium Image
26 May 2016
 

Hudson Reed Kubix Twin Concealed Thermostatic Shower Valve - A3013

Great twin unit

The water on works with a great positive action and the flow rate is good, It maintains the water temp with no issues. I had no issues in fitting the unit but there was no clamp as I had with the old unit

Reviewed by:  Julian Baker  - Haywards Heath
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Hudson Reed Traditional Dual Concealed Thermostatic Shower Valve - Chrome - A3091C Medium Image
15 May 2014
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Hudson Reed Traditional Dual Concealed Thermostatic Shower Valve - Chrome - A3091C

Excellent shower

We bought this to replace another shower which had been replaced twice but never worked. This matched the cut out in the tiles and matched our taps etc. The installation was straightforward but more importantly the performance is fantastic with no adjustment of factory settings required. Wish we had found this sooner and not paid twice to a well known bathroom supplier. This is highly recommended.

Reviewed by:  Glynne Evans  - WOKING
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Introduction

Choosing a new shower valve can sometimes feel like a daunting task. There are so many different options available to you that it?s easy to be overwhelmed. It needn?t been complicated though, as in this guide we?ll be explaining exactly what you need to know about one of the most commonly found types: the twin shower valve.

What does a twin shower valve actually do?

The way these valves operate is very simple. They incorporate two levers which will control different elements of your shower, such as the flow and temperature. As they are usually thermostatic, this allows you to regulate the exact settings you require in order to have a more enjoyable shower.

They also enable an additional outlet to be attached, such as a shower head or handset, controlling the flow of water to this feature. There are some twin shower valves that have a diverter, which basically allows you to add a further outlet such as body jets for example. Only one accessory may be used at a time with a twin valve however due to the nature of their design.

Concealed or exposed?

Deciding between concealed and exposed valves will depend on numerous factors, such as your budget, the general style of your bathroom, and personal preference.

A concealed twin valve is the more popular choice at the moment, and this is because the current trend is for modern, minimalist bathrooms so these fit in quite well with the contemporary look. Concealed valves are much neater to look at as the only visible aspect of them is the control plate which houses the handles. The rest is kept hidden behind your tiling.

Exposed twin valves have more elements on display, resulting in a bulkier looking item. They tend to look best in period bathrooms due to their often ornate designs. The advantage of these items is that they are much easier to install and often cheaper, but they aren?t really on trend these days so take this into consideration if you?re aiming for an ultra-modern feel.

Minimum water pressure

Be careful when selecting your shower valve that you make a note of the minimum water pressure rating (this will be listed in the product description of each valve on our website). What this essentially means is the amount of water pressure your system will need in order to perform at its best. Expect a higher rating for diverter valves due to the fact that they generally have to control more things so require a greater level of pressure.

Is a twin valve right for me?

Twin shower valves are a great choice for pretty much any bathroom as they are functional, stylish and relatively inexpensive too. Twin valves may not be right for you if you happen to have a shower which features a lot of separate components (handsets, body jets, etc) as they will only allow a limited number of outlets. More sophisticated systems will require a triple shower valve instead.

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