Boston plumbing company Baker Elman provides tips on the benefits of installing handheld shower system in your home.
One of the important things to consider when designing your bathroom is the type of hand held shower system that you are going to install. Choosing the right shower system for your bathroom may be confusing as there is a wide array of choices available for you to choose from. Some of the types of showers, which you may consider are the handheld and overhead showers.
If you prefer handheld showers, you can choose from among the different styles. If you are often experiencing leg and back pains, you may try the massage handheld showerheads. This type can relieve stress and relaxes your tired muscles. It has adjustment mechanisms where you can set your desired water level and pressure.
The handheld shower is more suitable, especially if someone in the house is elderly or handicap, as it allows one to control the water pressure and the movement of the water that comes out. It is also great for caregivers because you can get hold of the shower with one hand and your other hand to hold your patient without you getting wet. This also allows the person to sit on a chair and control the water if they like.
Installing the handheld shower is easy. There are several ways to install the handheld depending on your individual needs. It can be used as a showerhead and a handheld or it can be put on a hose that hangs on a cup on the wall. You can also install a slide bar and make it adjustable to the persons height.
Boston’s leading plumbing company Baker Elman Plumbing specializes in installing grab bars and hand held shower systems that caters to the elderly and disabled.
For more information about handheld shower systems, call us at 617.244.6500 or visit us at http://bakerelman.com.
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