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Your shower is one of the most frequently used fixtures in your bathroom — maybe even in your whole house! With such consistent wear and tear, you’ll want to install a shower that can withstand daily use and still look good for years to come. If you are considering walk-in or steam showers, make sure to check the codes in your residential area to ensure you are able to fill any plumbing or heating system requirements.

Are prefabricated shower stalls a good choice?

Prefabricated showers are available in a wide range of colors and styles, making them fairly customizable to your bathroom space. They’re typically made from fiberglass or fiberglass-reinforced acrylic, making them more affordable than custom designs. Most come in one of the following styles:
• Neo-angle: A roomier option with a distinct five-sided, diamond-shaped base.
• Round: A corner style with a rounded, finished edge.
• Framed: This option relies on traditional exposed framework and trim to create a strong enclosure. It collects water in a track, which will require occasional cleaning.
• Frameless: This design doesn’t require a frame or track. Frameless showers are usually paneled in glass, which allows lots of light into your shower area.

As for custom designs, though they cost more than prefabricated designs, they give you complete control over all of your fixtures and finishes. If your budget allows it, a custom design will allow you to create a walk-in, zero threshold or double shower design that meets every one of your specifications.

What kind of showerhead is best?

To create a cohesive look, purchase a multiple-piece faucet kit. This ensures that the finish and overall design of your showerhead, tub handle and tub spout are consistent. A rain showerhead is another popular choice and can be installed on the ceiling or wall. Handheld showerheads often pair nicely with a rain showerhead style. If you live in an area where drought it a concern, consider choosing an efficient design that saves water.
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Featured Reviews of Showers

AKDY Aluminum Shower Panel Tower With Rainfall Shower Head, 52", Black
January 29, 2017
Shower tower: I'm remodeling my bathroom and saw this shower tower. I was excited when I opened the bix. It was so much prettier than the pictures. If I had another shower I would buy another. Very well made, great price.
AKDY Thermostatic Aluminum Shower Panel Tower With Rainfall Shower Head, 52"
January 11, 2018
The tower looks great and works ok, but ...: The first tower that I received had a broken knob. I reported it to Houzz and took a photo and they replaced it no questions ask--great customer service. They actually sent the replacement unit before they even received the broken unit back, so that I my install wouldn't be delayed any further. But here is my issue: The bottom knob is a temperature control knob and I have it turned to the warmest setting possible, but the water is freezing. Its still coming thru the same piping from the same source, but the water is at least 15 degrees colder. Not sure how to fix that or can't understand why it's happening. Would really appreciate any assistance or guidance. So currently a 4 star rating, but it will become a 5 star if I can resolve this issue.
York 4-Piece Shower Head and Faucet Set, Satin Nickel
November 26, 2017
Seems good so far.: Order came on time and all parts were there. Looks very nice. Turning is a little scratchy but not bad. Won't know if this is quality hardware for another 10 years, since it needs to last many years, hence only 4 stars.
AKDY AK-787392F 51" Tempered Glass Shower Panel Tower With Rainfall Shower Head
February 19, 2016
Best shower head i have ever had: I bought 2 for my bathroom remodeling. The one in the hallway bathroom also works for the bathtub. I really enjoys this fancy shower spa. It's the best shower head i have ever had. And the contractor says it's easy to install :)
Holden Shower Set for 2, All Inclusive, Individual Functions, Brushed Nickel
January 11, 2016
totally satisfied: highly recommend the holden shower set to anyone renuvating or having a new bathroom constructed in their home. the chrome is highly polished and the internal parts are heavy and made of solid brass. you wont be disappointed!
AKDY 63" Shower Tower Panel Spa Rainfall Style Waterfall Thermostatic Handheld
January 7, 2017
I am in love with this product!: I have been using my new shower for 2 weeks. I like the way it looks, but most important is I am in love with the shower features and water pressure it delivers. It feels like I am using a shower in a five star resort or luxury spa. I stay in the shower till I drain all hot water.
Stainless Steel System Spa Rainfall Waterfall Bronze Finish Shower Tower Panel
April 12, 2018
Ultra modern/contemporary: This shower panel is in the pool bath and it is a show-stopper. EVERYONE comments on it. Easy to install - just make sure you ready the plumbing schematics carefully so your hookups are ready
Lamia Thermostatic Shower Head Set
March 21, 2017
Sleek and Modern: Sleek and modern set with hand showed made of plastic. Was impressed by quality of knobs and the base had heavy, sturdy feel. Unit is more on a expensive end, but would recommend for quality and style.
Delta Monitor 14 Series Shower Only Trim, Champagne Bronze
September 15, 2018
My separate Master Bath shower: My contractor has not installed any of these items yet however I just love the bathroom items I chose. I can't wait to see them all installed! I will be happy to submit photos when the job is complete
1001Now GT001 Rectangle Steam Shower and Bathtub Enclosure
December 13, 2018
Time Machine: We dubbed this bathtub shower the Time Machine because of its futuristic design. To start, I have to say that it is very nice: I can sync my phone to it via bluetooth and listen to music and news. We have not tried yet all features, such as the foot massage. But the steamer works great, the shower head is awesome, the lights are cool. However, the inner dimensions of the cabinet are not suitable for obese people. Also, the tub itself is a bit high and may present a challenge for elderly people and those with knee problems getting in and out of the tub. So, people need to research this product better it they have physical disabilities or challenges. I was a bit disappointed that the Time Machine did not come with assembling directions; fortunately, my contractor was able to figure it out. Finally, it seems that the unit has a bit of a problem with a slow drain. Guess we are going to have to live with it; fortunately, the problem does not seem to be too bad. In spite of all I said, we plan to enjoy the Time Machine for years to come.

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