Over time the diverter valve on a bathtub faucet can become encrusted with mineral deposits, salt and sediment, making it difficult to operate and causing you to have to yank on it in order to direct the water up to the showerhead. Here is how to fix this problem.
One way to save water is to install low-flow aerators on kitchen and bathroom faucets. They can be installed in minutes by screwing them into the end of faucets. While most aerators limit water to three gallons per minute, low-flow models are available for around $5 that can reduce the flow to as little as one GPM. This can reduce faucet water usage and save energy.
Watch this video to find out about Pfister Universal Transitional Tub and Shower Trim Kits, which allow you to update the look of your tub faucet and showerhead without having to replace the existing plumbing.