Different Types of Shower Heads

Different Types of Shower Heads

 

Nothing is better than being able to enjoy the soothing properties of having a nice hot shower. And wouldn’t it be great to have that perfect showerhead to really enhance your shower experience? Sure, there are plenty of showerhead options to choose from, but it can be difficult to know which one is best one suited for your bathroom design and preference. To help you find the best one for your needs, we’ve outlined the four major types on the market, along with the pros and cons associated with each.

 

Wall Mount

The most common showerhead of them all is the wall mount showerhead. This is found to be the most cost-effective out of all the other options, so it may be the perfect choice for those looking for an easy-to-use, low maintenance product. They also offer many different spray options, which gives you a variety of styles to suit each member of the family.

Keep in mind that these types of showerheads are permanently fixed to the wall, which can be inconvenient for those who prefer removable heads.

 

Hand Held

These types of showerheads are attached to a hose, which allows for easy adjustment to get the ultimate clean. It can help with those hard to reach places, and can also be extra handy when it’s time to wash down the shower. Plus, your tall and small family members won’t have to worry when using these types – you can even use it to clean your pet with ease.

 

Body Spray

If you don’t like the idea of having to hold your handheld to get the best clean, why not try a body spray showerhead? These types are mounted to the wall but at different body levels. They create a spa-like feel by spraying in multiple directions and cleaning several parts of your body at the same time. You can have a variety of different body spray heads that you can install in your shower, making the experience truly customizable to your liking.

 

Rainfall and Rain

Similar in function to the body spray is the rain showerhead. These are mounted directly overhead on the shower ceiling and provide for downward water flow and pressure, similar to a natural soft rainfall. These are great for calming and relaxing showers and will target your entire body at the same time. Just make sure you have enough room to install as these are much larger than the standard showerhead.

Whatever your spray, pressure and height preference is, just know that there’s a showerhead available for you. If you are still not certain which option is best for your shower, talk to an Ottawa plumber who can give you the guidance and advice that you need to get the ultimate shower experience for your home.

 

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