Who makes Pegasus shower valves?
The Home Depot
Pegasus Faucets are a proprietary brand owned by The Home Depot. They are the new kid on the block in terms of other companies that started 100+ years ago.
How do I know what cartridge fits my shower?
Easiest of all is when it says the brand name right on the faucet face. But you should also look at the bottom of the faucet, on the handles or on the round plate behind the handles. If you find a brand name, go to the manufacturer’s website and call the contact number for assistance.
Are shower valve cartridges universal?
Cartridges aren’t interchangeable among different faucets, so if you decide you need a replacement, you need to know its part number so you can order it from your plumbing supplier or online. That number is usually available on the manufacturer’s website in the online version of the owner’s manual for your faucet.
Is Pegasus the same as Glacier Bay?
Are Glacier Bay And Pegasus The Same? Although similar, Glacier Bay and Pegasus fixtures are not the same. Glacier Bay was not the only Home Depot-exclusive brand for kitchen and bathroom products.
How do I identify my shower valve?
Count the Number of Shower Faucet Handles Often, the type of shower faucet and handle(s) will indicate what kind of shower valve is behind it. Zero handles may imply a shower panel faucet with buttons to control water flow and temperature.
How do you remove a Pegasus shower handle?
Locate the cover on the handle of the Pegasus faucet and take it off by prying it up with your fingers. Set the part aside. If the part does not com up easily, use the edge of a knife to pry it up. Unscrew the retaining screw, located on the top of the handle right in the center, with a Phillips screwdriver.
Do you have to shut off water to replace shower cartridge?
You can replace the shower cartridge without turning off water to the entire house. This will however only be possible if there are cold and hot water shut off valves on the shower valve. If the valve has no shut off valves you will need to turn off the entire house’s water supply.