QUICK UPGRADE! Typically, replacing an old tub faucet is relatively simple using an access panel behind the wall, but in this case that wall was covered with kitchen cabinets. All in all, I was forced to remove one section of the tub surround and cut the drywall to gain access to the plumbing. Once finished, I replaced it with new moisture-resistant drywall and reattached the surround using high-quality PowerGrab adhesive. This particular fixture was an Adler (by Moen), and carries a lifetime warranty. Did you know that if your Moen faucet ever develops a leak as long as you own your home, they will send you a new cartridge FREE OF CHARGE. That’s a great product backed by a great company.