Are you looking to buy a brand new shower system but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, Bathshed is here to guide you through the process. Whatever you are looking for, our shower buying guide will help you make the right decision to suit your every want and need. We will explain the different shower systems on the market and you can decide which one is the perfect fit.
A traditional shower will tend to have more emphasis on graceful curves and classically-styled handles. Traditional styles are often chosen for their timeless appeal as they are less likely to look dated in years to come. If you’re after more of a vintage bathroom decor, a traditional style could be just what you’re looking for.
Thermostatic mixer showers work in a similar way to mixer showers as they take the water from hot and cold taps. Their main selling point is that they regulate the temperature and flow to keep them consistent. This means that if someone in the house is using another tap, you won’t suddenly experience bursts of freezing cold or, more importantly, scolding hot water. If exceptionally hot water were to pump out, the shower would shut down immediately – the perfect solution for young families as they reduce the risk of scalding.
Exposed showers are fitted outside the wall which saves problems later down the line as you do not have to take a wall out to install it. Exposed showers also have a choice of different sized heads and have a choice of square or round designs. We have plenty of these showers on display in our showroom.
Electric showers provide a whole host of benefits. If you haven’t got a boiler in your home, then an electric shower could be the option for you as there is no need for it to be connected to hot water mains.
Thanks to the heating element installed within the shower, the water is heated ‘on demand’ meaning you and your family can shower for as long as you like without running out of water.
Installing an electric shower is more energy efficient as they heat the water. This is in contrast to a home with a boiler water system that has to heat a whole tank of water, which wastes energy in the process. However, electric showers can also increase your installation costs as a qualified professional will need to manage the installation.
Hopefully this guide will provide you with some insight on the different shower systems available. Each of the systems stated above are on display in our showroom and if you’d like to learn more information on the options available, contact our sales team on email@example.com.