The bathroom project isn't going very well at the moment, but when I start putting it back together I will be looking at fitting a new electric shower.
Our current shower is an electric unit but works from mains pressure. It seems to do just about ok but in the colder months when the inlet water is much colder pressure can be a bit of a problem as they tend to reduce flow so the water can spend more time being heated.
Is there such a thing as a pumped electric shower that will maintain a higher pressure whether or not the inlet water is freezing or not?
I would also like to get rid of the generic shower head and adjustable rail thing that usually comes with an electric shower kit and instead fit a fixed wall mounted shower head - is this possible? The mechanics of putting it together doesn't worry me, but again the wall mounted shower heads are usually larger in diameter and am worried that if I fit one pressure might once again become the issue if there isn't enough flow to the rose.
Hope that makes sense.
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