Renovating your bathroom can occasionally leave you flummoxed. Sometimes, you just can’t choose. This quandary is particularly tricky when you are trying to narrow down the types of shower heads you want to include in your redesigned bathroom, whether it is meant for guests or is part of your master suite. Whatever your final decision is, let us handle the hardest parts of the process for you!
Dual Shower Heads – Tag Team of the Year
Rain shower heads and handheld shower heads can be used in unison. In other words, you don’t have to pick one or the other – why not both? Versatility and efficiency are two of the best reasons to install this type of shower head in your bathroom. That way, you can share a shower with your partner or significant other without feeling too squeezed.
Under Pressure – Indulge in a Spa-Like Environment
Is the catchy song by Queen and David Bowie stuck in your head now? Maybe you can hum it while you take your next shower. Luxuriate in a spa-like environment you can create in your very own home. Low water pressure may sound unpleasant, but it is meant to conserve water while still delivering a soothing or refreshing bathing experience. Take some advice from us: if you want to integrate a low-pressure shower head, leave room in your budget for it as it can be more expensive than you might assume.
Filtered Shower Heads – So Fresh and So Clean
Filtered drinking water has a unique taste that can be more enticing than plain old tap water. Even if you aren’t going to be hydrating yourself, filtered water has another benefit – proving why a filtered shower head is worth the investment. These units decrease the weird smells and bad odors associated with unclean water polluted with sulfur or other containments. Plus, minerals and calcium will be removed along the way; this can cut back on hard water and help prevent frustrating clogs.
Shower Panels – Judge The Results for Yourself
Your remodeled bathroom will undoubtedly win the gold medal. After all, when you are choosing which type of shower head to install in your bathroom, you can afford to be a bit more discerning. Shower panels work much the same way as spray showers and handheld units. What’s the best part? This design minimizes the chances of a stubborn clog and also lends a sheen of elegance to your new-look bathroom!
Choose Your Home Hardware From WalterWorks
No matter what type of home hardware and decorative touches you choose, WalterWorks Hardware has the expertise and supplies you need. We are well known throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and the northern Virginia area for our fantastic hardware and unbeatable knowledge. For more information, please call us at (410) 263-9711 or contact us online. For more tips on choosing hardware for your home, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Houzz, and Pinterest.