For a shower that covers your entire body, you can’t look past a rain shower. The luxurious feeling of a rain shower lends to their popularity. And that’s why we stock quite a few varieties so you can pick the right one for your bathroom.
We’ve got vertical and horizontal arm rain showers which allow them to be attached to your wall or ceiling. These also vary in length so you can find one that will adequately fit your shower, regardless of size.
Our popular brands include Cee Jay, Fienza and Gareth Ashton. And all come with outstanding warranties, backed by our own guarantees so you can have peace of mind.
Whether it be a chrome finish, brushed nickel, champagne or matte black, a rain shower head can complete the look of your bathroom.
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Can I Turn My Shower into a Rain Shower?
Yes this is possible, as long as you use the correct shower arm and head combination. In terms of entry into the wall or ceiling, most shower arms come in a standard size.
The biggest thing you need to worry about is the size of the shower head and how it will fit into your shower. For example, a rain shower is typically best when hanging from the ceiling. Is your bathroom high enough for that sort of set up?
If you prefer a horizontal shower arm, you should make sure it is high enough to get all the benefits of a rain shower. If it isn’t high enough (at least 6” above the tallest person using it), implementing an L shaped shower arm will be a good option as it will lift the shower head further up.
Are Rain Shower Heads Low Flow?
The flow rate of rain shower heads is the same as standard showers. But because the water is coming out over a wider surface area, the water pressure is naturally lower. Your will experience a ‘downpour’ like sensation but not torrential rain!
But we wouldn’t worry. We are yet to hear of anyone complaining about the lack of water pressure.
What is the Purpose of a Rain Shower Head?
The key differentiating factor of a rain shower head versus other types is that the water is meant to cover your entire body. It’s almost like you’ve walked into the rain, albeit in the comfort of your own bathroom. For this reason, rain shower heads are usually 200mm or more in width or diameter.