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A Quick Guide To Choosing Your Perfect Shower

A Quick Guide To Choosing Your Perfect Shower

Whether you are a morning person or not, it’s hard to argue that getting into a nice hot (or cold) shower isn’t the best way to start your day. Quick, convenient and just as enjoyable as a soak in the bath… what’s not to love?

If you feel your shower just isn’t making the cut, however, you may want to think about the ways you can ensure your morning routine is perfect and leaves you wanting to jump straight out of bed and start the day.

There are several factors that might affect the quality of your shower and, although facing these might seem expensive and time consuming, it doesn’t have to be that way! There are countless options for modifying or replacing your shower that don’t have to break the bank.

Addressing water pressure issues is a great place to start if you feel your shower isn’t the best. Changing the type of shower you use can help improve these issues without the need to remodel entirely. Electric showers are a great choice for low pressure and can also help regulate water temperature to keep it consistent without the need to wait for the water to heat or cool.

Consider the space you have as well. Increasing or decreasing the size of your shower can help improve the look of your bathroom aesthetically and also make the space more comfortable for you.

If you have a large bathroom, the inclusion of a separate shower can utilise the space and also make it far more accessible. Using sliding or folding glass doors is a great way of optimising the space you have, leaving your bathroom looking bright and appealing, while still being functional.

Different types of shower head may also be a smart way to change up your bathroom without redesigning the entire space. Waterfall showers have recently become popular and are a fantastic way to add a little luxury to your morning routine.

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