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Complete Showers


As something you'll use on a daily basis it's pretty important that your shower does what you need it to. If yours is in need of an upgrade then our selection of complete showers is definitely worth taking a look at as there's something here to suit all bathrooms no matter what your requirements may be.

Let's talk about outlets

So you'll notice that our complete showers come in an array of outlets, with single, 2, 3, or 4 outlet options being available to you. But what's the difference between them? Here's a brief explanation to help you with your decision.

1 outlet - Single outlet showers are a very affordable way to upgrade which makes them ideal for guest bathrooms. As the name suggests they only feature the 1 outlet, which will be the shower head.

2 outlet - These showers allow you to add a second function to accompany the shower head. This will usually take the form of a second head (usually a handset design) or body jets, giving you a more relaxing experience.

3 outlet - Another level of luxury is added here, as these designs combine various functions to give your a more complete shower. You'll see kits comprising of a head, handset and body jets, with the diverter valve allowing you to switch between features depending on what you wish to use.

4 outlet - The most luxurious option. With these showers you get to enjoy a multitude of functions that will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to start your day.

Will a complete shower run ok in my bathroom?

There shouldn't be any issues with these kits, but you should be aware that some of our complete showers will not work efficiently on a gravity fed tank system unless you have installed a booster pump. You should consult a plumber if you're unsure how to proceed here.

How easy is installation?

Easy if you know how. If you're a novice when it comes to plumbing however then we strongly advise you to hire a professional to do the job for you to ensure you get the most out of your new shower.

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