Choosing the right shower faucet is key to getting the full experience out of your shower unit. With such a wide range of options, there are so many possibilities. Below we will help guide you through the process of finding the right one for you.
This is your basic option and a great one if you're on a budget and don't want all the bells and whistles the other options may give you. Basically, you are just getting the shower head, which may or may not come with the adjustable sliding bar and may have the handheld option or just the fixed option. Usually, these are fairly easy to install.
Here a diverter is used to switch between using a fixed shower head and a handheld one. You typically want to ensure you have more space in your shower unit to accommodate the extra shower heads. The install can be a lot more complicated, so it's best to leave this to a plumber.
To get the full experience from you shower, having a rainshower (the showerhead is mounted to the ceiling) makes you feel like you're showering in the rain with the vertical spray. This also entails a more complicated install, but it is well worth the investment.
Last but not least, like the rest of your fixtures, you will have a range of finishes for your showerheads. From chrome to nickel and more, there will be a wide range of options. Our suggestion is to match with your other fixtures in your bathroom, like your lav faucet fixture.
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