A good showerhead can make your morning shower worth waking up for. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to make a decision when selecting a new showerhead for your bathroom. However, if you consider several specific factors, you can simplify your decision making process. Here are some recommendations for how to buy a showerhead.
1. Pick a finish for your showerhead. Brass, chrome, aged pewter, stainless, bronze, gold, platinum and nickel finishes are just a few of the available options. Consider the current decor of your bathroom, or if you are remodeling your bathroom, what you wish the decor to be. Match the finish to the other fixtures in your bathroom. If you have a shower/bath combination, pick a finish for your showerhead that matches the finish of the faucet in the tub.
2. Determine whether a single showerhead or an entire bath/shower combination will meet your needs. For bathtubs that double as showers, you may wish to replace the entire faucet/showerhead system. However, if you are just looking for a new showerhead, rule out all combination fixtures.
3. Decide if you want a fixed showerhead attached to the shower wall or an adaptable handheld fixture. Handheld showerheads are nice when bathing children or pets, and they also work well for disabled or injured shower users. However, if you don’t need or want the extra convenience of the handheld option, a standard fixed showerhead may be the way to go.
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