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Striking a Chord: The Chime Shower Range provides affordable Luxury

Posted on: 12th Aug 2014

For luxury you can afford, we proudly introduce to you the Chime Range of shower riser rail kits, exclusive to Victoria Plumb. Flexible Showering The key feature of this innovative range is the option to switch between an overhead and handheld shower. You can enjoy an invigorating and refreshing drench beneath the overhead shower and then, with the turn of a knob, change to the handheld shower for more focused cleansing. This can be especially useful for hair washing. The overhead showers are also easily height and angle adjustable. They are especially suited to those with busy lifestyles who require flexibility, without compromising on style. Clever Storage, Simple Installation Another fantastic feature of this shower riser kit range is the integrated storage shelf, providing plenty of space for your showering essentials. This eliminates the need for any further drilling into your tiling to add a further shelf or rack - perfect for smaller bathrooms or loft conversions, where storage is at a premium. Installation is simple as all valve parts are external to the wall and easy clean silicone nozzles means you spend less time maintaining the look and performance of your shower. Incredible Price The final and most important feature is the incredibly low price

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The 5 most important things to consider when buying a Shower

Posted on: 23rd Jul 2014

In the fast paced environment of the modern world a quick shower is becoming a staple of everyday life and a way to let off some steam after a busy day! For many people the choice of shower is the most important element in the bathroom and with the range of choices available to the consumer it can be one of the most difficult. To help with this difficult decision below are some of the most important considerations when purchasing a shower: 1. Size There are a multitude of sizes to select when picking a shower. The size and layout of the bathroom needs to be carefully considered. For example, if you want to upgrade to a power shower then you'll need to allow more room for the increase in water pressure. If you're looking to install a shower tray, enclosures or shower bath, all the measurements need to be carefully considered beforehand. By drawing up a blueprint it can give a clear indication of how everything will fit into the bathroom. Extra Tip: Why not use SketchUp 3D Design Software? 2. Style There is a mixture of style options to choose from when it comes to showers. If you are having a complete overhaul then the design of the shower enclosure is a treasure chest of ideas; from the walk-in style to a sliding door enclosure

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5 most Common Causes of a poor Shower Experience

Posted on: 12th Apr 2014

Everyone likes the idea of having a shower installed in their bathroom. Whether it is a top of the range 'wet room' style experience or the simple addition of a rail-based system that utilises the bathtub or shower enclosure, the ease of use and time saving aspects of taking a shower are an important lifestyle choice. However, not all showers are equal and some can give quite a disappointing performance for a number of reasons. So what are the five most common causes of a poor shower experience and what can you do to avoid them? 1. Leaks One of the great things about a shower is that it is a simple, quick and easy process. There is no time delay in waiting for a bathtub to fill up and no need to clean up much afterwards. However, a leaking shower can undo all of these advantages in seconds. It could be the piping, feeding pressurised water to the head, the shower head itself or the enclosure/shower curtain that you use. If any of these parts leak you can find yourself with pools of water in the bathroom and a big clean up job to take care of. 2

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Buying Guides

Low Price Electric Showers from Victoria Plumb

An electric shower from the Triton T80Z range is a cheap and convenient way to install a shower into almost any home. Triton electric showers contain their own in-built heating unit and do not need a connection to a hot water feed, making it ideal for those looking to quickly install a shower in their bath or into an ensuite bathroom. 

A modern electric shower can also have money saving benefits included, because they are often known for their energy efficiency and ease of use. Best combined with our range of shower baths or designer shower enclosures, these modern electric showers are a fantastic buy, suitable for almost any home.

To help you with purchasing your electric shower, we’ve answered a few of your most popular questions.

What exactly is an electric shower?

Starting with the basics, an electric shower provides instant hot water using a built in thermostat to help control the temperature. For your electric shower to work, you will require a cold water supply, pumped at a reasonable pressure.

An electric shower heats the water as it is used, which makes this method of showering more economical than most, which will usually require the water to be heated by your boiler. The built in temperature control also makes an electric shower safe for family use and it also ensures the temperature of the water remains constant whilst water is being used elsewhere in the house.

Can an electric shower be connected to a mains supply?

Yes, your electric shower can be connected to the mains water supply, as long as it is not a power shower or mixer unit. An electric shower can also be fed by a header tank, but you will need to ensure the tank is generating a minimum of 0.7 bar pressure.

It is important to remember that an electric shower will require a fully qualified electrician and plumber when installing.

What if my water pressure is too weak?

The water pressure required for an electric shower is quite minimal, so if your water pressure is too weak, then it may be due to a poor service from your provider or blocks in the lines restricting water flow to your home.

Can I use a shower pump?

A shower pump is not usually required for an electric shower. If you do chose to use a pump then this can only be done if your shower is fed by a water tank. Fitting a pump from the water mains to your shower is against local water by-laws.

What size fuse do I need?

The fuse you need will be dictated by the kW rating of the electric shower you choose.
• 8.5kW – 40 Amp
• 9.5kW – 40/45 Amp
• 10.5kW – 45 Amp

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