A mixer shower with or without a pump, a power shower, or an electric shower are all options. A heating element, similar to that found in a kettle, heats the water as it passes through an electric shower. Before you can begin installing your shower, you must first prepare the pipes and create an electrical connection. There is no need for a pump if you have a combination boiler or if your cold water is delivered directly from the mains water supply. An electric shower needs its own dedicated circuit from the consumer unit, and the final connection should be completed by an electrician for your own safety.
Showers these days are intended to enhance the bathroom experience by providing a sense of luxury and pleasure to the user. Mixer showers are broadly classified into two types: those with a hidden valve and those with an exposed valve. The amount of space available in your bathroom is also important in determining the kind of shower that would be most suitable for your Plumbing System. Mixer showers combine hot and cold water supplies before they are released via the showerhead. Electric showers draw water from the cold water supply, where it is heated by the heating components inside the shower unit itself.