NYC Shower Systems

Shower Systems

A shower module is the easiest type of shower to install. These modules come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Some even come with built-in shelving and seating. Alternatively, a custom shower built to fit your bathroom’s unique space is a wonderful option for those seeking a more luxurious addition.

Shower systems range from a basic overhead or handheld shower head to an integrated rainwater showerhead with volume control and diverter. Some even have built-in iPod cradles, so you can listen to your favorite playlist while you relax. Eco-conscious homeowners may want to consider a low-flow showerhead to conserve water. Newer EnergyStar low-flow showerheads boast optimal pressure, so even though, you won’t feel you’re skimping while you help save the planet.

Building code regulations now require adding a pressure-regulating valve when replacing a shower system. This mechanism is for safety purposes. It reduces pressure should there be a drop in pressure while you are using the shower. For example, if someone flushes the toilet, the pressure will drop, so a surge of hot water doesn’t burn you. A trend in shower system options is shower jet sprays. There are many types of jet systems to choose from at various price points.

Types of Shower Systems

Type 01

An in-house sauna—either attached to the master bathroom or in a separate part of the house—offers a level of luxury rarely encountered outside of a high end Manhattan spa. Hardwood saunas can truly transform your bathroom into a haven.

Type 02
Shower Jets

Shower jets, bodysprays, and shower jet systems offer anything from an overhead rainwater panel, a wall-mounted chest-high spout to a handheld jet. Combining several jets together will create a fully integrated sumptuous shower system.

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