How do I know what kind of shower stem I need?

If you want to know how to identify the shower valve manufacturer, check behind the shower handle at the center of the trim plate for the manufacturer’s symbol or brand name. You will see one of the following shower faucet logos: K: the manufacturer is Kohler. M: the manufacturer is Moen.

How do I find my shower faucet stem?

  1. It is easiest for us to identify your stem or handle needs by measuring your stem from the left where the washer is attached to the right where the handle fits on the knurled end (The Broached end).
  2. Broached ends are unique by manufacturer and is critical when identifying your stem or cartridge.
  3. How do you measure a faucet cartridge?

    Use a caliper or ruler and measure the cartridge. Do this by measuring from the base to the tip (from seat to splines). Pay attention to the length tier of your cartridge (Lengths range from 1–12).

    How do I identify my faucet stem brand?

    The most obvious and quickest solution is to look for a logo — the manufacturer’s symbol — that identifies its faucets. Each manufacturer has a distinctive logo that sometimes appears on the escutcheon — the plate beneath the faucet — the body of the faucet, the spout itself or somewhere on the handle.

    Can you mix and match shower parts?

    You can coordinate the same style and finish across all components, trim and fittings, as well as faucets and accessories, or you can mix and match. Explore the Shower Components Guide.

    How do I identify my bathroom faucet brand?

    Quote from the video:
    Quote from Youtube video: Okay so the easiest way to figure out what brand of faucet you have is to look on the outside to see if you can find the logo or the name brand of the manufacturer.

    How do I identify my old Delta shower faucet?

    On the packaging, look near the UPC code or the top of the box. On the faucet, a model identification tag has been attached to most models manufactured since 2012. Look for the tag on one of the faucet’s supply lines.