Mireille Felicia. Shower. March 22nd , 2017.
When you plan to get a shower stall for your bathroom, you must first consider whether you would like it to be in a corner or just on some wall. Depending on that, you will know whether the stall itself will need two or three walls. The wall itself becomes included in the walls of the stall. So, if you are putting it up in the corner, you will need the stall to have just two walls. Or if you are putting it on a single wall, then you will need three walls for the stall. Preferably, it is better to have corner stalls because they save space and look tidily tucked in a corner of the bathroom.
Many modern models of electric showers come with an LCD screen that displays the temperature of water, along with other relevant information. However, this feature is one that you can skip if you don't feel that you need it.
When you buy an electric shower, you should go for one that has the basic features, including some essential safety features. While there are a host of features to choose from, it does cause a rise in the price of the shower. Here are the features you should look for.
L/R standard pan: This can be easily installed in the shower enclosures. It resembles a standard pan, the only difference being that it has a square shape (i.e., all its sides are equal) and the water outlet is situated to the extreme right or left corner.
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