Corner shower freestanding tub faucets are commonly found in cubicles-stand, dressing rooms and similar areas. These valves are typically mounted on a wall, but can also be hung from the ceiling or standing. These valves are controlled by the handles to a height that the user can operate while standing. Corner shower faucets are ideal for small areas of the shower or tub with shower and configurations.
Freestanding tub faucets are usually installed in freestanding bathtubs. These can be mounted on the wall near the tub, free standing or mounted on the deck. Separate bath faucets have exposed pipes extending from the floor and connected to the edge of the tub, while deck-mounted faucets attached to holes drilled in the side of the tub and have tubes hidden behind the tub itself . Tub taps are controlled by the handles that are usually near the height of the faucet so the bather can operate the tap while lying in the bathtub.
In some bathrooms, a shower and tub combination freestanding tub faucets is an option. These combinations of taps typically found in hotel rooms and private homes where space is limited. Shower and bath taps allow you to use the tub as the shower, in addition to use as fill a bathtub. Combined shower and bath faucets generally use a single lever water control, or a pair of handles, to control the flow both shower and bathtub faucets.