Electric Showers

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Q. What is an electric shower?
A. An electric shower works by heating water in the unit itself, all it needs is a cold feed and an electrician to do all of the wiring for you.
Q. Why should I choose an electric shower?
A. An electric shower is a great option as anyone can have one due to the fact that they run off of your cold mains supply so it doesn't matter what kind of water system you have in your home. They also only heat the water you use meaning that you don't have to wait for a tank of water to be heated before you can shower, and because electric showers only heat a small amount of water they will generally be cheaper to run than other kinds of showers. Be aware though, electric showers don't offer the best flow rates so if you're looking for a waterfall shower these are probably not what you are looking for.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. There aren't really styles when it comes to electric showers, however there are different ranges and price points, from a basic white unit, to a very contemporary chrome or black unit. You will also find that electric showers are available at different power levels - generally speaking the higher the wattage the more water that can be heated and pushed through the shower head - in theory giving a more powerful shower, but this isn't always the case so check with your installer before purchasing to ensure the shower you want is suitable for you.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my electric shower?
A. Always check the advert for the product that you are interested in, as this will list what is included and will often advise if there is anything else required.
Q. Are electric showers suitable for use in a cloakroom bathroom?
A. This will probably be a no as to be small enough to be classed as a cloakroom bathroom there wouldn't be enough space to install a bath or shower enclosure so there would be no use for a shower.