Wall and Ceiling Shower Head
These shower heads are mounted to either the wall or ceiling. The wall mounted shower head is attached to the wall but extends on a solid arm whilst the ceiling shower head, as the name suggests, is fixed to the ceiling. Both feature large shower heads and can be a good choice for walk in showers or wet rooms as they add a real feature to the shower. There are also lots of different styles for both contemporary and traditional bathrooms.
Handheld Shower Head
These are attached to the wall via a rail or bracket but offer great flexibility as they can be removed from the wall and held in hand. They can be used alongside a wall or ceiling mounted head and offer versatility as they can be used for general cleaning and rinsing hard to reach areas.
Mixer, Thermostatic and Digital Showers
A manual mixer shower is probably the shower system that most people are familiar with. As the name suggests, this shower takes water from the existing hot and cold water supplies which is then combined within the unit. Mixer showers can come as a deck mounted unit and can be used in conjunction with a handheld shower.
Thermostatic showers give you complete control over the temperature. Similar to a manual mixer shower, a thermostatic shower takes water from the existing supply, but unlike the normal mixer unit, it incorporates a pre-set thermostat to keep the water temperature consistent – even when a tap is used elsewhere in the house!
A digital shower is something of revolution in shower technology. It works in a very similar way to mixer or power showers, but allows you more control over the temperature by setting the temperature on a wireless digital shower panel that is installed in the shower. Digital showers are also programmable allowing you to set the shower to warm up mode, meaning you don’t have to step into a freezing shower. Digital showers are a great choice for a modern bathroom and a great way to bring a bit of luxury and convenience into your home.