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Spray Spectrum: Rain showers, also known as overhead showers, feature a larger spray spectrum, providing a broader coverage.
Water Flow: They create a gentle and cascading water flow, mimicking the sensation of natural rainfall for a more enjoyable bathing experience.
Versatility in Installation: Based on your bathroom layout and preferences, rain showers can be installed as ceiling-mounted or wall-mounted fixtures. This versatility allows you to choose the most suitable installation type.
Water Conservation: Some rain showers are designed with water-efficient features, contributing to water conservation efforts. Technologies such as aerated sprays or flow restrictors maintain a satisfying shower experience, at the same time, minimising water usage.
When contemplating the installation of a rain shower, several factors should guide your decision to ensure an optimal bathing experience:
Bathroom Space: Assess the size and layout of your bathroom. Rain showers, with their larger spray spectrum, require adequate space to provide an immersive experience without overpowering the room.
Ceiling Height: Take into account your bathroom’s ceiling height. Rain showers are typically installed overhead, so it is important to reserve sufficient clearance for comfortable use.
Water Pressure: Check your home’s water pressure. Rain showers often work best with higher water pressure to deliver the desired rainfall-like flow. If your water pressure is low, you may need to explore options like a pressure-boosting system.