Shower In Style
Showers don’t have to be ugly to be functional, not at all. In fact, with constant developments and new innovative technology emerging in the industry, showers are becoming even more attractive and stylish. This means that you can take pride in your shower and make it a focal point of your room if you are so inclined. Whether you want a regular shower in a certain colour to match your tiles, or you want a fixed head shower with a minimalist look to keep the attention on the rest of the room; we’ve got you covered. Plumbworld stocks a wide range of varying designs in different colours to ensure everyone can find the perfect shower for their bathroom at an affordable price.
Quality You Can Rely On
As most showers are used over three times a day, making sure you buy something that is reliable is certainly a priority on most people’s list. For many years we’ve worked with the biggest and best shower manufacturers to ensure we can bring you the most comprehensive range of quality showers on the market. With showers from renowned brands such as Mira, Triton and Aqualisa available, you know you’re in good hands from the start. Plumbworld also have a dedicated range of Architeckt showers for those people on a limited budget who don’t want to compromise on style and reliability. Unlike many own-brand showers from other retailers, these are designed to withstand the test of time thanks to a high quality construction in the valve cartridge and other integral components. Buy with confidence from Plumbworld and don't settle for an inferior shower.
A Shower For Every System
Buying a shower is never a simple thing. You first have to work out what shower will be compatible with your plumbing system at home, then you have to work out which will be the best to suit the requirements of you and your family. Mixer showers are ideal for most systems and provide a strong flow rate which can be increased by the addition of a shower pump. Digital mixer showers are also available and can be pumped or standard; these are often more expensive than the regular mixer shower. Power showers can be a good substitute for a mixer shower as it essentially has a built in pump to provide a more forceful spray; additional noise however is usually a trade off. An electric shower will suit virtually all systems as it only requires a cold mains supply and heats the water internally. The drawback is with wiring as some higher kilowatt versions require cabling to be upgraded. If you’re still struggling to work out which shower is right for your system, take a quick look at this shower guide we’ve produced to help you out.