Pfister Universal Transitional Tub and Shower Trim Kits

Installing a Pfister Universal Transitional Tub and Shower Trim Kit
Installing a Pfister Universal Transitional Tub and Shower Trim Kit

Pfister Universal Transitional Tub and Shower Trim Kits are a DIY solution to updating the look of your tub faucet and showerhead without having to replace the existing plumbing valve.

The kits are available in polished chrome, brushed nickel, and bronze finishes. They can be installed on existing Pfister, Delta, and Moen tub valves in under an hour.

Pfister Universal Tub and Shower Trim Kits are available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: You know I love finding neat little ideas to make my DIY projects go a lot quicker and a lot smoother. And if you’re doing a bathroom renovation, here’s a good idea for you.

Now, you know, the fixtures inside your shower and tub combination can be tricky to replace, because nine times out of 10, you got to rip out tile, rip out fiberglass, or hire a professional to come in there and change out all your valves. Until now.

Take a look and see what Pfister has come up with. This is their universal tub and shower kit. And basically, this is just a trim kit. This box contains no valves. So, you’re going to have to reuse the valves that are in the wall. The only catch is, is that you got to make sure it’s either a Moen, Delta, or Pfister to make sure that the valve trim kit is going to fit.

So, you’ve got different choices here. You can either get the polished chrome, the brushed nickel, or also the bronze. And there’s two different styles of handle showerhead look that you can choose from as well.

So, again, it’s very easy to do. You just pop off the old fixtures, if they look worn and outdated. Pop on the new fixtures, and you’ve upgraded your bathroom in a snap.


  1. I have a Federal Bath and shower fixture with push button for shower. I am upgrading the bathroom and want to replace without ripping out tie wall. I believe Federal Faucets are no longer manufactured….maybe bought out by Delta or someone else. I think it is a standard valve. Screws at positions at 5 and 7 on a clock. Will this universal kit fit this shower valve ?


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