Gb Builders Roman Tub Faucet Bn

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Product Details

The Glacier Bay Builders 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel has a sleek, curved design that will complement a wide variety of bathroom decor. Combining functionality with convenience, the faucet features separate lever handles for precise water temperature and flow and ceramic disc valves for smooth handle operation and no-drip functionality. Featuring a deck-mount design and adjustable installation, you can customize the look of your bath and with a 2.4 GPM minimum flow rate, you can rest easy that this tub will fill quickly. Durable with a brushed nickel finish, pair with other pieces from the Builders Collection for a complete and polished look. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Specifications

  • ADA Compliant : Yes
  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 14.1 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 6.9 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 9.5 in
  • Bath Faucet Type : Roman Bath Tub
  • Ceramic disk valves : Yes
  • Color/Finish : Brushed Nickel
  • Color/Finish Family : Nickel
  • Connection Size : 1/2
  • Depth (in) : 14.1 in
  • Faucet type : Bath Faucet
  • Flow rate (gallons per minute) : 4.0
  • Handle type : Lever
  • Handles included : Yes
  • Height (in) : 6.9 in
  • Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
  • Item Weight : 6.48 lb
  • Manufacturer Warranty : Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Mount type : Deckplate
  • Spout Reach (in.) : 7.6 in
  • Spout Type : Tub
  • Width (in) : 9.5 in

Reviews (5)

  • lbkeller
    1 year, 6 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    First the style was exactly what I was looking for. I did not want a pull up tub stop on my faucet neck because my tub stop is nowhere near the faucet. I wanted a streamlined big neck with clean lines and that is exactly what I got.The faucet was easy to install - as in I've never done a lick of plumbing and I did it by myself without trouble by following the directions. Someone mentioned water lines and kinks... The company includes 2 long water hoses to help accomodate anyone with handles 16 inches from the faucet (really?). But mine are set close like most (8-10" spread maybe?). I simply wrapped each hose into an "o" shape so they crossed at the top to connect the water to the faucet plumbing. It works great. No leaks and it puts out a lot of water at once to spite another reviewer (maybe they have a kink in the water line reducing water flow?).A previous reviewer mentioned no screw plug for the back of the faucet. They are right - we took the one from the previous faucet and called it a day.This is not finger print free brushed nickel but it cleans easily and we don't take a bath often enough to print it up and care (we have a separate shower). But because of this we went with a different brand for our sink faucets since they are used a lot.

  • Michelle717
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    I have had this faucet for more than two years. I have had no problems with it, it still looks nice, my step-dad installed it and had little trouble (he is not a plumber). I like it so much I am looking for the sink and shower faucets that match!

  • Unlucky
    2 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    This is our second go around with installing and removing this product in our bathroom. First time, the hot water valve leaked. Second occcurance, same issue. My wife and I noticed the valve construction was different on the second purchase. This led us to believe that maybe the company corrected the manufacturing defect so we went ahead and bought the faucet unit....again. At least this one lasted more than one day before failing.We are headed back to Home Depot tomorrow..to return and buy another brand...on a holiday no less.

  • Brenda
    2 years, 11 months ago at Home Depot
    Orange Park, FL

    1.0 / 5.0

    This faucet allows only a small stream of water that after35 mins. there is not enough water to cover your legs in the sitting position. The Hot & Cold handles do not function properly to mix a comfortable water temp. It's all or nothing, so you wait forever using hot water, then try toadjust the water temp w. the cold faucet. Now we have to tear out a wall to get it out. Not even 1 star!

  • Greyhound
    2 years, 12 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    The two braided water lines are not flexible enough to connect to the water spout. The hot and cold water lines connect directly to the water spout. I could not bend them without kinks.The two lines should be longer in order to have enough flexibility to screw into each side of the water spout connection.The clip must be removed to remove the bottom connection of the spout. However, the two O-rings break when removing such part.