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Buying Guide


Are you tired of not getting the most from your daily shower? If the whole process is becoming more of a chore than a refreshing start to the day then it's time to do something about the situation. What you need to do is install some body jets. These items are placed around your shower enclosure and spray water through a series of nozzles in a way which creates a soothing, massaging effect that will really improve your showering experience. They are also very affordable too, so everyone can benefit from the revitalising effects of body jets.

Will they make a difference?

Most definitely. We suggest that for the best results you should consider fitting at least 4 jets, and more if you have the space available as this will create a more enjoyable experience overall. The highly contemporary designs of these items means that you can achieve a genuine spa feel with minimal effort.

There are chrome square and round designs as well as stunning rainbars which offer a unique upgrade by featuring a large number of nozzles positioned along a bar which will cover a greater area. Jets come with different styles of water distribution too including jet, mist and spray so you can tailor the shower to your own preferences.

Do I need to make any major modifications to be able to use body jets?

Not necessarily. What you do need is a high water pressure system in order to effectively supply the jets with enough water. You will also need to have a diverter installed which is compatible as this is essentially what will allow you to control the body jets. A triple shower valve with diverter would be a great option here as they enable you to include a handset and body jets and then use them both simultaneously for complete showering satisfaction.

Are they easy to fit?

Installing shower body jets is generally not something we would recommend doing yourself unless you have previous experience with this kind of thing as they can be a bit fiddly to get right. Your best bet is to call a professional and have them do it as this will avoid any potential catastrophes!