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Shower parts

Parts for installation in the shower room or shower cabin such as wall arms for rain showers, drains, rain shower heads, hand showers, shower hoses and many more products in modern designs and trendy color schemes such as matte black, brushed gold or copper, gun-metal etc.

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Shower parts

Shower parts can include different things depending on which specific part of the shower you are referring to. Here are some common shower parts:

  1. Shower head: This is the top part of the shower through which the water flows. Shower heads come in different styles, including rain shower heads, hand showers and spray heads with different jet types.

  2. Shower faucet: This is the mechanism that controls the water temperature and water flow. There are single and double handle taps and thermostatic taps.

  3. Shower hose: This is the flexible tube that connects the shower head to the shower faucet. They are usually made of stainless steel or plastic.

  4. Shower wall or shower cubicle: These are the walls or cubicles that enclose the shower environment and prevent water from spreading in the bathroom.

  5. Shower rack or shower shelf: These are used to store shampoos, soaps and other shower products. They can be attached to the shower wall or freestanding.

  6. Shower Curtain and Rod: If you are using a shower curtain instead of a shower wall or stall, you will need a shower curtain rod and rings to hang the curtain.

  7. Shower drain: This is the drainage system in the shower floor that drains water. Modern shower drains are often designed to improve water drainage and are aesthetically pleasing.

  8. Shower head arm: This is the arm to which the shower head is attached. It can be fixed or adjustable depending on the type of shower head.

  9. Sealing material: Silicone sealant (specially for wet areas) is often used to waterproof seams and joints and prevent water from entering the walls.

  10. Shower Drain: This is the part that directs the water from the shower drain to the sewage system.

  11. Shower mixer tap: This is a special type of tap that mixes hot and cold water to obtain the desired water temperature.

Durability of shower parts

Sustainable shower parts are essential for reducing water and energy waste in your bathroom. Here are some durable shower parts and options you can look into:

  1. Water-saving shower head: A water-saving shower head reduces the amount of water used while showering without sacrificing water pressure. This allows you to save water and energy.
  2. Thermostatic mixer tap: A thermostatic mixer tap ensures a constant water temperature, so you waste less water by adjusting the temperature.
  3. Hot water recirculation system: This system recirculates hot water in your pipes so you don't have to wait for hot water before showering. This saves water and energy that would otherwise be lost during heating.
  4. LED shower heads: Some shower heads have LED lighting that changes color based on the water temperature. This can help you be aware of your water consumption and hot water temperature.
  5. Shower tray with good insulation: A well-insulated shower tray can minimize heat loss and keep the water warm for longer.
  6. Sustainable shower curtains: Choose shower curtains made from environmentally friendly materials, such as organic cotton or recycled plastics.
  7. Eco-friendly cleaning products: Use eco-friendly cleaning products to clean your shower. This prevents the spread of harmful chemicals in the water.
  8. Collecting and reusing rainwater: If you have an outdoor shower or the ability to collect rainwater, you can reuse this water for showering.
  9. Maintenance: Regular maintenance of your shower components, such as replacing seals and pipes, can help prevent water leaks and improve the efficiency of your shower.
  10. Solar water heater: Consider installing a solar water heater to provide hot water for your shower using solar energy. This can reduce the need for fossil fuels.

Choosing sustainable shower components and practices can not only help you save water and energy, but also reduce your carbon footprint. It is an important step towards a more environmentally friendly bathroom

Unique style for your bathroom

The style of shower components can vary depending on the aesthetic preference and design of the bathroom. Some common shower parts are available on our site.

Choosing the right part depends on the overall aesthetic of your bathroom, personal preferences and the type of shower experience you want to achieve.

Easy maintenance of the shower parts

Regular maintenance of shower components is essential to extend the life of your shower system and prevent problems such as leaks or blockages. Here are some important maintenance tips for different shower parts:

Shower head:

  • Regularly remove limescale from the shower head. This can be done by disassembling the shower head and soaking it in vinegar or by using a limescale cleaner.
  • Check for blockages in the shower head and clean or replace it if necessary.

    Shower tap:
  • Check for leaks around the faucet and repair them immediately by replacing seals or gaskets.
  • Make sure the levers move smoothly and repair or lubricate them as necessary.

    Shower hose:
  • Check for signs of wear or leakage, especially at the connection points. Replace the hose if it is damaged.
  • Clean the hose regularly to prevent blockages.

    Drain and shower drain:
  • Regularly remove hair and dirt from the drain or shower drain. Use a drain cleaner or a drain spring if you notice that the water is slowly draining.
  • Check for leaks around the drain and repair them immediately.

    Shower tray or tiles:
  • Keep the shower base or tiles clean and free of soap scum to prevent mold and mildew growth.
  • Check for damage to the seal around the shower tray and repair it if necessary.

    Shower ventilation:

  • Make sure that the ventilation in the bathroom works properly to prevent moisture problems. Clean vents and filters if applicable.

    Shower curtain or shower wall:

    • Clean the shower curtain regularly to prevent mold formation. Shower walls can be cleaned with a suitable cleaning agent.

      Tile joints:

  • Check the joints between the tiles for damage or mold growth. Repair damaged grout and use mold-resistant sealants to prevent mold.

    Lighting and electrical components:

  • If your shower has lights or electrical components, make sure they are safe and functioning properly. Turn off the power and seek the help of a professional if you encounter any problems.

By performing regular maintenance and addressing problems early on, you can extend the life of your shower components and avoid expensive repairs in the future. It is also important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for specific maintenance guidelines for your shower components.