FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT HAND SHOWERS
Hand showers offer greater flexibility than traditional showerheads. The hand shower is probably better known to most people as the handheld showerhead. Such a device differs from the traditional showerhead because it can be held in the hand and moved to various locations in the shower.
Not only will you lower your water bills, but you’ll also cut the cost of energy required to heat this water. Many handheld showerheads help you cut water consumption even further by using a shut-off switch right on the handle.
Hand showers are most effective when mounted on a vertical bar so both the height and the angle of the spray are adjustable. A lower position is ideal for small children, pet washing, and elderly or disabled users who may need to sit when bathing.
Handheld shower heads make it easy to clean the shower after scrubbing with an eco-friendly cleaning or drainage product. No more filling up and hauling cups or buckets of warm water from the sink or tub. Just grab the shower head and rinse the walls and tub for a clean finish
A handheld showerhead puts the control in their hands and can help them get used to showering on their own. For kids who still need a little help with hygiene, the handheld showerhead lets parents wash and rinse a child’s hair while keeping soap away from the face.
A handheld showerhead consists of a long, flexible hose with a showerhead attached at one end. The other end is attached to a nearby water outlet, which can include the water supply for a standard showerhead, the tub spout, or a sink faucet.
A handheld shower head can be installed at any height that you and your family find comfortable. However, it’s important to place the head at a reachable height. You shouldn’t place it as high as a rain shower.
The industry standard for how high a shower head should be is 80 inches.