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4 Tips for Choosing the Best Shower Faucet for Your Bathroom

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A survey has found that 16% of homeowners in Canada tackled a bathroom renovation recently. This makes the bathroom one of the most popular rooms in the house to update. After finishing their renovations, most people report better quality of life, highlighting the value of carrying out renovations. If you are planning to renovate or modernize your bathroom, it's essential to consider the shower faucet. This blog post will highlight practical tips to help you choose the best shower faucet for your bathroom. This includes the right shower valves, faucet configuration, accessories, budget, and more.

1. Set Your Budget The first thing you should do when choosing bathroom shower faucets is to decide on a reasonable budget. Whether you are focusing solely on the faucets or completing a full renovation of your bathroom, it's crucial to have a budget in mind. For an accurate estimate, speak to a member of our team today. For a total renovation of an average-sized bathroom in Canada, the average cost is between $14,400 and $19,500. 2. Choose Shower Valves There are two options when it comes to selecting shower valves: thermostatic and manual. While similar, thermostatic comes with several benefits. For example, it contains a device that turns off water flow if the water temperature goes above a specific temperature, so you don't have to worry about getting scalded. 3. Choose Your Preferred Faucet Type There are several different options when it comes to shower taps. There are five main categories that you can choose from:

  • Single-head spray shower

  • Rain showers

  • Multiple shower heads

  • Hand-held shower heads

  • Body spray shower faucets

Each has its own benefits, so take some time to consider which one best suits your style and performance preferences. 4. Consider Accessories You Want When you are shopping for a shower faucet, you also have several accessories to choose from if you wish. For example, a diverter works to shift the flow of water from the shower head to the spout. An anti-scald valve works to protect the person showering from unexpected bursts of water temperature (which may happen when someone flushes a toilet elsewhere in the house). A pressure-balancing valve, meanwhile, works to maintain a preset water temperature when cold or hot water pressure suddenly drops. If you are unsure about which accessories are beneficial to you, speak to an expert at Plumbing Centre.

 

Tips for Choosing the Best Shower Faucet 


With the above information, you will be able to choose a shower faucet that improves the function and form of your bathroom. Before you know it, everyone in your home will be lining up to take showers!

Here at Plumbing Centre, we are the trusted name for all your plumbing needs in Ontario. We have a wide range of bathroom products, including sinks, bathtubs, shower faucets, showers, soap dispensers, and more.

If you are replacing a shower faucet in your bathroom, click here to learn more.

 

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