Choosing the best shower is a very important factor but it also depends on electrical and plumbing arrangements in the home or any other place that you want to fix. However, there are many questions that most people want to know like will the shower depend on regular water or pre-heated water pressure? Or does it need water flow to be enhanced and to heat the water only when it is required? To know all these answers you should continue to read this article that can help you what to tell before calling the plumber.
Electric shower: It uses the cold water supply, but it also depends on the water flow rate and the unit power rating, particularly in cold winter days. As general information, water flow rates provided by Bathroom Renovations Richmond Hill are as follows:
- 5KW Electric Shower provides 6.0lts per minute
- 8KW Electric Shower provides 4.7lts per minute
- 5KW Electric Shower provides 3.5lts per minute
Power shower – Modern shower head: The power showers are the best solution for you if your bathroom has low water pressure though it is a bit expensive but totally worth spending on it. The power shower type takes water from both cold and hot supply and uses an inbuilt pump to carry an energizing shower experience. These types of shower provide a perfect control of water flow rate as well as temperature compared to the other shower types and are unchanged by concurrent use of the water supply anywhere else in your home.
Mixer shower: These showers that are available at Bathroom Renovations Richmond Hill are controlled thermostatically and need both a hot and cold water supply from either an immersion heater or Combi boiler. The Mixer shower water flow is mostly stronger compared to an electric shower. Shower and Bath mixers are controlled by the bath taps.
Rainfall shower: Water pressure is the water force that used to push the water through pipes and is considered in ‘bars.’ The United Kingdom legislative reduced for cold water supply to household properties to 1.0bar that is able to increase piped water by 10mts. The water pressure rate is decided by both local customer demand and the altitude of the reservoir supply or water tower. The flow rate of normal cold water is nine-liters per minute that flows through 15mm pipes. But, this rate will be reduced if internal and external stop taps are not completely open.
Gravity-fed water supply:
The Gravity-fed water system is generally used for hot water supply to sinks and baths and the system is normally placed in the rooftop. The pressure of the water depends on the distance of the shower head and bath tap below the cold water storage tank bottom. Each extra meter increases the water-pressure by 0.1-bar. If an upper floor shower depends on a gravity-fed supply and was situated just below the tank, then the 0.1-bar pressure of the water will be insufficient. But, by setting up a booster pump to the gravity-fed electric shower can increase the water pressure up to two bars, which is about 35lts per minute. Visit Bathroom Renovations at Richmond Hill for more information.