Things to Consider when Looking for Showerheads

Posted on November 17, 2018

If you visit a good bathroom showroom these days, you may notice that there are many types of showerheads available in the market. While a showerhead might seem like a relatively simple device, there are actually many different types of showerheads designed for different uses. Ultimately, your choice will depend on a number of factors such as your needs and your preferences. Here are some showerhead basics that you need to be familiar with before making your final decision.

Single Head or Multi-head

Multi head showers are becoming more common these days. While these two types of showerhead serve the same general purpose, there are several key differences. A multi-head shower will allow for more spray coverage. This means that you will be able to wash off soap faster with more heads. Some multi-head shower configurations also come with massaging heads to help soothe aching muscles while showering.

Spray Patterns

Showerheads also come with different types of spray patterns. Some may have full body sprays while other may have combo spray patterns or misting patterns. Other spray patterns include massaging sprays, power sprays, drenching sprays and multi pattern sprays. For the ultimate in flexibility, choose a showerhead that allows you to choose the spray pattern by turning a knob or a dial. This way, you can choose the spray pattern depending on your moods and needs.

Hand Held or Fixed

A fixed showerhead is permanently attached to the wall. On the other hand, a hand held showerhead is attached to a hose that is in turn, attached to the tap. Most homeowners prefer fixed showerheads. However, hand held showerheads make it easier to wash hard to reach areas. If you want the best of both worlds, you can add both a fixed and handheld showerhead to your bathroom.

These are just a few of the many options available when it comes to showerheads. To learn more about showerheads and bathroom remodeling, visit a reputable bathroom showroom today.

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