Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:35:56 AM
Carefully place the shower unit in the dug-up floor in such a way that the attached plumbing matches with the pre-installed water lines and with the drain gasket you have installed.
Many of us prefer stylish and chic bathroom accessories to go with our bathroom decor. There's nothing wrong with that, as long as we do not have to compromise on the utility quotient. For example, shower heads of the 'rainshower' variety have got the flak from most shower head reviews. These shower heads no doubt make your bathroom look trendy and in vogue, but what's the point when you cannot even enjoy a steady, consistent cascade of water for a bath, with a dismal water pressure of 1 - 2 gallons per minute? It's like if you want the best shower heads for low pressure water, go for them. So, it's imperative that you consider the following aspects before zeroing down on your most favorite bathroom accessory.
Have a bathtub in your bathroom and now planning to add a shower stall as well? Well, if you are planning so, but have a small space available for the same, why not consider having a shower enclosure? Yes, with this, your bathtub will double up as a shower and you can have the option of taking a relaxing shower as well as soaking in a cool bathtub. Converting a simple bathtub into a shower enclosure is surely a smart idea. Moreover, you can consider replacing the old tub with a new and bigger bathtub if you can afford one. A shower curtain fixed around the bathtub with a curved curtain rod, will add privacy and create an ideal bathing space. This a great way to spice up and remodel your bathtub and add a shower to your bath.
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