Bathroom & Ensuite Showers

Choosing the right showers for you and your system.

There are many shower solutions to choose from, Understanding your water system is key for delivering your perfect shower. Thermostatic shower deliver a consistent showering temperature even when a tap is turned on elsewhere in your home.

If you have a limited hot water supply, electric shower gives you hot water on demand , whilst digital showers provide ultimate control.

Each of your product descriptions include the minimum water pressure required to give you the best shower experience possible.

For help knowing your water system see below;

Shower Selector Guide

Gravity SystemsGravity Systems; Low pressure LP (0.2 bar)

If you live in an older property there’s a good chance you have a gravity-fed system, renowned for poor pressure and flow.

  • Cold water storage tank in the loft.
  • Hot water cylinder in the property commonly known as the airing cupboard.
  • No additional pump installed.

 

combination boilerCombination Boiler; High / Medium Pressure HP/MP (1.5 Bar)

Combination systems are one of the most popular boilers today, there popularity is down to the reliability in providing unlimited water supply and constant water pressure.

  • Provides hot water on demand.
  • No storage tanks required in the property.
  • No additional pumps installed.

 

Pump AssistedPump Assisted; High pressure HP (1.5 Bar and above)

A pumped system is where an additional pump is installed on a low pressure gravity system, this boosts your hot and water supply to give a more forceful shower.

  • Cold water storage tank in the loft.
  • Hot water cylinder in the property, commonly known as the airing cupboard.
  • Additional booster pump installed.

 

Unvented-systemMains Unvented Systems; High pressure HP (1.5 and above)

The unvented system is the best option to have installed when looking for a shower. The large pressured tank offers plenty of hot water whilst unlimited cold supply. Works great with large rain head showers.

  • Hot water unvented cylinder in the property, commonly known as the airing cupboard.
  • No cold water storage tank in the loft
  • Balanced water pressure
  • Limited only by the mains water pressure.

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