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The range of bathroom showers exhibits some of the best and the latest designs for your bathroom. We provide complete showering solutions, with a variety that flaunts various styles like dream showers, electric showers as well as hand showers, bathroom mixer showers and many more. The range promises great quality, best designs and an unmatched price that makes a great bargain!
We have lots of different styles of shower available. If you want to go for a more traditional style, there are exposed head showers with lots of intricate metal work and cross head faucets, while on the other hand, we also have lots of modern showers, with square shower heads and lots of clean, chrome designs. And of course, we cater for anything in between, so whatever your vision for your dream bathroom, there is sure to be something that fits your needs.
We sell complete showers of many descriptions, however if you simply need to add a new Shower Head, or perhaps an Arm, Rail Kit or even a Shower Curtain to change the look of your bathroom, then we have lots of parts and accessories to suit your needs. There are also lots of valves, towers and panels available that can completely change the tone of your shower area, for example a traditional style triple exposed valve with cross heads or levers can give your bathroom a classic, Edwardian-inspired flavour.
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Cruze Round Triple Thermostatic Valve with Round Shower Head & Handset
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03 Mar 2015
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Cruze Round Triple Thermostatic Valve with Round Shower Head & Handset

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The main problem with this kit is the inadequate length of thread on both the shower head (50mm) and particularly the handset holder (20mm). This means that I can't insttall the thread through tile and plasterboard leaving room for both the backnut and tap end. I will have to secure the handset holder just to the tile and mount a thin metal plate on the front of plasterboard then cut a hole in the plasterboard to take the backnut.

Reviewed by:   - Wales
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Cruze Round Thermostatic Bar Shower Valve & Riser Kit - Chrome
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28 Feb 2015
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Cruze Modern Thermostatic Shower - Chrome

Non adjustable riser

Would be a fantastic bit of kit if they had put somewhere in the description that the fixed riser rail is not adjustable. They didn't, it doesn't fit under the ceiling, you cannot take out the connections to try and cut it down and refit them. At the moment trying to put an insert in with copious amounts of Plumbers gold where i have cut it down and hiding it with the bracket. Any other ideas to seal it up would be most welcome.

Reviewed by:   - Coventry
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Ultra Minimalist Thermostatic Bar Valve w/ Telescopic Kit - Chrome - A3558
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27 Feb 2015
 

Hudson Reed Minimalist Thermostatic Bar Valve w/ Telescopic Kit - Chrome - A3558

Not a Hudson Reed product!

Perhaps the price should have told me, but I called Hudson Reed to try and find installation instructions for this and they told me it wasn't a Hudson Reed product. It's made by Ultra - under the same umbrella as Hudson Reed but their more "low-cost" brand. I'm happy with the product for this price but don't think Victorian Plumbing should be holding it out as a Hudson Reed item. It also explains why me and another reviewer both had trouble finding installation instructions - we were searching for the wrong brand! There are instructions for this on the Ultra website.

Reviewed by:   - London
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Introduction

Installing a shower in your bathroom provides a fantastic place to cleanse and de-stress, yet there are so many variations around it can often be tough deciding on what to go for. Here, we’ll look at what will be most suitable for your bathroom, paying attention to key areas including water pressure, system variants and style options.

What styles of shower are there?

Whether you prefer contemporary or traditional designs, there are plenty of showers to suit your tastes. Most showers comprise of various sections including the head and arm, as well as options like rigid riser kits, slider rails, and exposed valves. Many showers feature numerous outlets and can be positioned either within an enclosure or over a bathtub.

Something slightly different?

For an energy saving choice, electric showers will help to keep costs down. Those looking for a more luxurious experience are also covered, thanks to the growing popularity of shower towers. Towers feature components such as body jets, and generally offer one of the most relaxing ways to cleanse.

What is a concealed shower?

Concealed showers offer a more flush, simplified aesthetic that looks fantastic in more modern settings. They feature an exposed arm and head at the top, as well as a valve panel to regulate the water flow and temperature, but the plumbing is all kept hidden from view behind the wall.

Thermostatic Showers

Safety is key with thermostatic showers as they regulate the temperature of the water, meaning you’ll never get scalded or suddenly get hit with jets of freezing cold water. These showers are a good idea for family bathrooms, ensuring everyone has a pleasant experience with no unexpected surprises.

What do I need to know about water pressure?

Water pressure, measured in Bar, is a way of measuring how much strength the flow of water has as it travels through pipes. It is an extremely important aspect to look into prior to buying any shower as some showers will only work correctly if a certain level of pressure is supplied. Water pressure can be measured by using a pressure gauge, however enlisting the help and advice of a specialist is a good idea as this will give you more confidence when it comes to buying the right shower.

What about water systems?

You will need to find out which water system is in operation in your home. There will usually be one of the following items: a combination boiler, gravity system, or an unvented hot water system.

Combination boiler: These are boilers which normally allow for a higher water pressure. They are great for saving space as they do not require a separate hot water cylinder.

Gravity system: Comprising of a cold water tank and a water cylinder, these systems are a good choice when supplying water in larger houses. They can also be upgraded with pumps for increased pressure.

Unvented hot water system: Allowing a great volume of hot water to be stored, these units feature a water cylinder which is heated by either a boiler or immersion heater.

Which showers are suitable for me?

Looking back over the points raised in this guide, you need to decide exactly what you want from your shower. The overall style of your bathroom will dictate whether a traditional or modern approach is best, while taking your water pressure into account will also play a vital part in deciding what options are realistically suitable. A little research goes a long way when it comes to selecting the perfect shower.