The integrated ceramic disc valve technology behind our 1/2" thermostatic shower system eliminates the need for a separate diverter valve. That's how you save installation costs while enjoying the benefits of a custom shower.
Requires a 1/2" Thermostatic shower valve
1/2" Thermo Shower with 2 Body SpraysCreate in Spec Builder
1/2" Thermo Ceiling Shower & 2 Body SpraysCreate in Spec Builder
1/2” Thermo with Showerhead, Handshower & 2 Body SpraysCreate in Spec Builder
1/2" Thermo Shower with HandshowerCreate in Spec Builder
Maybe 4 body sprays is your deal, along with a hand held shower. We got you. Select one of these 3/4" thermostatic shower configurations to open up more options.
Requires a 3/4 Thermostatic Shower Valve
3/4” Thermo with Showerhead & HandshowerCreate in Spec Builder
3/4” Thermo Ceiling Shower & Raincan ShowerheadCreate in Spec Builder
3/4” Thermo with Showerhead, Handshower & 3 Body JetsCreate in Spec Builder
3/4” Thermo with Showerhead, Handshower & 4 Body JetsCreate in Spec Builder
3/4” Thermo with Showerhead, Handshower and 4 Body JetsCreate in Spec Builder
You're looking for the ultimate water experience. Good news: you've found it. Our dual 3/4" thermostatic valve system powers enough shower for two people–or a deliciously luxurious experience for one.
Requires multiple 3/4" Thermostatic Shower Valves
His and Hers Shower SystemCreate in Spec Builder
Companion Shower SystemCreate in Spec Builder
Ceiling and Three Walls SystemCreate in Spec Builder
The engine of any shower is the valve in the wall. Most standard showers use 1/2" pressure–balanced shower valves. But if you’re creating a custom Pfister shower experience, you’ll need our industry-leading thermostatic valves. These valves get their name from the fact that they control the temperature of the water, not just the ratio of hot water to cold. They come in two sizes, a 1/2" and 3/4" that can be easily retrofitted into current systems. Which size value–and how many–you'll need depends on the experience you want to create.