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Glacier Bay Builders 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel

Glacier Bay

Builders 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel

  • Available exclusively at The Home Depot
  • Fits a 3-hole tub with an 8-16 in. on-center measurement
$144.00 /each
Color/Finish: Brushed Nickel
  • Brushed Nickel
  • Chrome
  • Mediterranean Bronze

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Get a faucet that fits a wide variety of bathroom decor. The Glacier Bay Builders 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub features a classic design with sleek, clean lines and a brushed nickel finish. It has solid brass waterways for durability and a 2-handle lever design for added convenience. With deck mounting, you have quick and easy access to tub controls. Pair this faucet with other pieces in the Builders Collection (sold separately) for a complete and polished look.

  • 2-handle design with separate handles for hot and cold water for precise adjustment of water flow and temperature
  • High arc spout that reaches further than 7-1/2 in.
  • 2.4 GPM minimum flow rate
  • Solid brass waterways for durability
  • Ceramic disc cartridges for drip-free operation
  • Brushed nickel PVD finish for lasting beauty
  • ADA-compliant
  • Deck mounting for easy access to tub controls
  • Requires a 3-hole sink with an 8 in. on-center measurement
  • 1/2 in. connection size
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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where can I get cartridges?

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September 26, 2016
tap is leaking.
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September 27, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Speaking with an experience Home Depot store associate may provide more options. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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How do you get the handle off to replace the cartridge?

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September 29, 2016
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Hi Kerry,
On the underside of the handle there is a little red or blue rubber button (indicating the hot or cold water valve.) You simply remove that button to access the set screw that holds the handle onto the cartridge shaft. The set screw requires a hexagon-shaped allen wrench (about 2 mm) that comes with the faucet kit. I hope that's the info you needed.
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Is there a trick to getting the pin in that holds it all together at the bottom of the spout ?

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Hi Jo, There is really no trick -- you just line up the open end of the clip with the slots on both sides of the bottom threads of the spout hookup and push it on so it locks the o-ring side of the split tee in place. You do have to push the tee all the way onto the threads before installing the clip.
What I found tricky was that I had to angle the tee relative to the spout so that there wouldn't be Read More
Hi Jo, There is really no trick -- you just line up the open end of the clip with the slots on both sides of the bottom threads of the spout hookup and push it on so it locks the o-ring side of the split tee in place. You do have to push the tee all the way onto the threads before installing the clip.
What I found tricky was that I had to angle the tee relative to the spout so that there wouldn't be any kinks in the braided stainless steel hoses that attach from the tee to the individual hot and cold water valves. When viewed from below the deck the hoses form something like a letter "S" where the tee is the crossbar of the "S" curve. If that doesn't explain it for you, when I get the tile installed so I can finally install the tub faucet, I'll post a picture of my installation. My tile is supposed to be delivered tomorrow and hopefully it won't be all broken like the last batch they tried to deliver. Read Less
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Is this kit compatible with moen valve

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I currently have a moen kit installed on my roman tub. Will the glacier bay kit work with the moen valve and hot and cold faucets?
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July 15, 2016
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This will not be compatible with a Moen Rough in Valve assembly.
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Builders 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from horrible Bought this faucet 6/30/ 2016. I have had to change the hot water value three times so far. The new valuve works for about a week and then a big stream of water comes out. Have had three different plumbers try to fix this issue. Need to get a new faucet
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roman faucet The Roman tub faucet was easy to install. It was perfect for the new tub I had just purchased for my master bathroom. It also looks great!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent For the price...looks great and works great. Solid construction
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Attractive and Economical This was the second Glacier Bay faucet we bought for our new tub installation. The first one. an Edgewood bath faucet, turned out to be too short to reach the tub when installed on the deck. We didn't know we needed a Roman tub faucet. This one fit the bill nicely and is pretty easy to install. (I installed it temporarily on the plywood sub-deck to make sure it worked, then removed it to install the cement board and ceramic tile tub surround.) I was impressed that the lines supplied to connect the hot and cold water valves to the spout are braided stainless steel. However, the stiffness of these lines makes hookup more difficult, especially if you have limited space under the tub deck. They need to be routed so that you don't kink the lines. I solved part of this problem by placing the valves 12 inches apart instead of the usual 8 inches. I would love to include a picture of my final installation but we are still waiting for the tile we ordered from HD two weeks ago. One complaint I have is that the installation instructions say you need holes in the deck of 1-3/8 inches and 1-1/8 inches, neither of which is a common hole saw size. The fact is, the valve bodies will fit through a standard 1-1/4 inch hole and the spout will fit through a 1 inch hole. I found this out after I had already ordered diamond hole saws in the odd sizes specified to drill the holes through the tile and cement board..
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cost me a fortuen to fix They look great. BUT after 18 months, the cold tap totally failed. Spinning uselessly. Called a plumber - they only way to fix this is to replace the entire faucet, which means ripping off the tile, cutting through the wood, replacing the set from underneath the tub, replacing the wood and tile. Cost: about $600 plus the cost of a new tub faucet. Read all the reviews here - failure by these products happens all too often. I will not be buying another one from Glacier Bay - they seem cheap, but they turn out to be really expensive, after the necessary repairs!! Not happy.
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible quality! Doesn't deserve even 1 star! This faucet allows only a small stream of water that after 35 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 to adjust the water temp w. the cold faucet. Now we have to tear out a wall to get it out. Not even 1 star!
Date published: 2011-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Connecting Faucet handle water lines to water spout 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.
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nothing but frustration Bought this faucet kit for a bathroom remodel project last December. Was installed by a plumber, and within 2 weeks the faucet started dripping hot water, which soon turned into a steady stream. Purchased a replacement cartridge and had same plumber install. Before he finished writing up his $95 invoice, the faucet started leaking again. I called the Glacier Bay (i.e., Home Depot) customer service department, and they shipped us several more replacement cartridges, all of which failed. I went back to HD, and the plumbing department manager removed the hot water cartridge from the display model and gave it to me. It worked for about a month, then deja vu all over again. We finally called in a different plumber, who installed a better known name brand, lifetime-warranted kit at a cost of $600 including labor. So 5 months and $700 later we have a working faucet. To HD's credit, they refunded the entire original cost of the Glacier Bay product to us, in addition to having earlier issued us a $40 HD card when they learned of all our issues. This, despite the plumber having tossed all the original packaging in the trash in December. Odds are you will be very sorry if you buy this product!!! Based on other reviews, ours is not an isolated incident.
Date published: 2015-05-29
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