What do we use a Shower for?
"Is it a silly question" we don't think so considering the various types of showers available today, We realise that we normally stand under a spray of warm or hot water to wash and clean ourselves, and usually in a bathroom where there is a drain in the floor to take away the waste.
and bearing in mind there are many types of shower heads available, some that are fixed or swivel up/down or to the left/right, and have adjustable pressure and spray types from the simple to use to very complex, many are hand held, so the decision to choose which type is not always easy?
A shower uses less water on average than a bath: around 80 litres for a shower compared with around 150 litres for a bath and there are various types of water supply to a shower, in a house cold normally flows from the ordinary household water supply, and then either directed from your water mains supply or hot water reservoir to the shower.
Consideration must be given to the type of shower you require and is reliant on whether be an electric shower, which are easier to instal and doesn’t use the household water system, or a mixer shower which combines hot and cold water, but does use the household hot water system to heat the water and may be cheaper. Electric showers are easier for families, providing instantly heated water that doesn’t run from a boiler, as hot water is always available at the controls of the shower.
We have chosen the Power Showers above as a good choice after reviewing them and attracted by the easy installation, two are not only hand held but have overhead shower “know as rain forrest spray”. Please look at the many choices that we recommend by clicking the link hereunder:-