Delta R11000 Rough-In Valves are not required for kitchen faucets and many bathroom faucets from Delta, please refer to trim installation guide to determine if a rough-in valve is needed. The Delta R11000 is a 3 Or 6 Setting Diverter Rough In.
Good luck Rated 1 by Coastalplumbing No, I do not recommend this product. If you install this valve the way the rough in tells you too, you will be very disappointed. Our valve trimmed out perfect and this transfer valve was to far back in the wall. And of course they don't make an extension for this. We had to cut open a tile wall on the other side of the valve to offset this valve above the shower valve causing us to look bad. Also install the cartridge at rough, good luck trying to remove the bonnet nut when it is an 1/8 inch behind the finished wall. Originally posted on deltafaucet.com Jun/2013
Good but not allowed in New Jersey Rated 4 by Flemington1952 Yes, I recommend this product. Product was installed but I found out later that it does not comply with the plumbing code in NJ. There has to be shut off valves on it so the water can be shut off if it has to be worked on. This should be mentioned in the product specs. Originally posted on deltafaucet.com Mar/2016
Love the diverter Rated 4 by Scorpio51 Yes, I recommend this product. We recently remodeled the master bath and opted for a handheld shower and rain can in our walk-in shower. The diverter allows us to use either or both. Highly recommend a diverter when remodeling a bath with shower. Originally posted on deltafaucet.com Jun/2013