Archive for April 18, 2012
A rain showerhead feels great to use. It makes you feel like you are standing in the rain or underneath of a waterfall. This can be a very exhilarating way to wash away the dirt and the stress. Unfortunately, because of government regulations this is not something that you will get from a regular showerhead, which is why you need a rain showerhead.
Regardless as to whether or not you are purchasing a new home, you will still be able to have a rain showerhead. In a new home they can be fit into your ceiling but in an older home they will need to be fit into your piping. Since every rain showerhead is a standard size, you should have no problem. Just make sure that you will be able to adjust the direction and the angle of the spray to make it more enjoyable. If it is a handheld rain showerhead, you should also make sure that you have a long hose. Not only will this make it easier for you to shower but it will also make it easier to clean the shower and bathe your dog therein.
Once you install a rain showerhead you will never want to get out of the shower again. You really will enjoy your rain showerhead that much. However, this means that the overhead tank that supplies water to your home will be emptied every time that someone in your home showers. This is because a rain showerhead consumes a lot of water. In fact, a standard rain showerhead will consume 2.5 gallons of water per minute, which is why they are also referred to as waterfall showerheads sometimes.
You should make sure to purchase your rain showerhead from a reputable manufacturer. This will cost you anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars depending upon whether you want the top of the line rain showerhead or something a little less. Regardless of what you decide, make sure that you get a replacement policy and warranty just in case you should happen to encounter any defects.