We recently purchased and installed a Burlington shower with a thermostatic shower valve. My boyfriend (who is a weirdo) likes to have ice cold showers. And I, like a normal human being like piping hot showers. Problem is, it seems that if the valve is set to obtain ice cold water on its coldest setting, then the hot water isn't hot enough. However, if we set the gauge to obtain piping hot water, then the cold that comes out isn't ice cold as it has a bit of warm water mixed in. Hope this makes sense. Anyone got a work around? Please help!
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