By Deloise Krause. Showerheads. Published at Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 - 12:14:51 PM.
You will be able to determine this by viewing the product information and pictures. If in doubt, maybe pick up a new shower arm that best fits your new shower head. Style & finish. Match your new shower head to your existing bathroom fittings and fixtures. For example, if you have chrome taps etc in your shower, then choose a chrome finish for your new shower head. That being said, you shower head can become more of a bathroom centerpiece so don’t be afraid to be bold and make your shower great!
What is a rain shower head? Designed to give the experience of showering in the rain, rain shower heads are often engineered to deliver multiple settings from drenching rain storm to a water saving trickle. Usually consisting of a thin square or round disk shaped head with many small holes in which water can flow out steadily and evenly. More advanced models include a pulse mechanism to force the shower spray to form into droplets. Even more advanced models allow multiple or even randomized settings.
Ever feel like you had to run around in a shower to get wet? With a sparse and uneven shower head, you’ll always have an average shower, not a great one. With a large and even rain shower head you’ll always be covered and have a great shower everytime. More options for you. The more advanced rain shower heads have multiple spray pattern to choose from. More choices let you pick the shower spray that fits you and your mood. Feel like a strong hot shower? Choose the drenching rainfall. Feel like a long meandering, stress melting shower? Choose the water saving trickle and never feel guilty about using too much water. Sore and stiff muscles? Choose the pulsing rain massage and wash that soreness away.
Water pressure more important than volume. When buying a new shower head, try to match it to the existing hardware, which is usually chrome or brushed nickel, Johnson says. He highly recommends products from Pulse Shower Spas, which feature a shower head, a detachable hand shower and multiple body sprays. They range in price from $200 to more than $1,000. Libsack, however, recommends installing a smaller unit. “People like to feel the pressure even more than they do the volume,” he says. “So I recommend that they get away from large rain heads, and stick with 8-inch or smaller shower heads.”
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