The very best Electrical Showers with regard to
Taking a shower or shower curtains at my house used to be quite a grand adventure. First, you had to let
the hot water run a bit before it got hot enough. But you didn't want to run it too long, because our hot
water tank was small and it would run out of water rapidly, and you'd suddenly get cold water blasting
you. But that was better than getting scalded when someone would flush the toilet when you were in
I checked around for a solution, and the best one I came up with was purchasing an electric shower.
I'd never even heard of an electric shower. At first I thought it might be some kind of capital punishment
for people who wanted to go out clean. But no, it turned out to be an on-demand hot water heater for
showers. Cool, eh?
Actually, it can be whatever temperature you'd like, because it's thermostatically controlled. The
heating element can either reside in the showerhead or installed on the shower wall.
Electric shower heads are much more efficient than normal shower systems that run on a hot water
tank. Hot water tanks heat a pretty large amount of water and store it in an insulated tank, but the tank
still radiates heat, wasting energy. And then the hot water has to flow from the tank all the way to
wherever the hot water is going to be used, which might be several rooms away, wasting more heat
An electric shower system heats the water exacctly when and where it's needed, and a number of of
these systems are 99% efficient in terms of energy use. If you are presently using a hot water tank
system, putting in an electric shower can save you quite a bit of money on your electric bill.
Another nice thing about electric showers is that you only have to use one water pipe, which saves
money on materials and labor. Plus, that pipe doesn't require any insulation, saving more labour and
Another advantage to an this system is that it doesn't matter whether someone uses water elsewhere in
the house, because the water is heated right at the source.
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Electric showers and bathroom decor also solve yet another problem that hot water tanks suffer from.
When a hot water tank runs out of hot water, it takes a while to heat another tank-full of water. With an
electric shower system, you'll never run out of hot water, no matter how long you remain in the shower
or how many people have taken a shower before you.
The newer models of electric showers are completely safe to use, as long as they're installed by a
professional. Some of the earlier models had occasional trouble with fires, especially in developing
nations where the wiring was oftentimes inadequate and the workmanship questionable. If you happen
to be staying in a motel in a Third World country that has one of these older models, be sure you inspect
the shower carefully. If you come across any exposed wires, either tape them up before you use the
shower or refrain from using it entirely. If you decide to use one of these older models, keep a close eye
on it, even if the wiring looks fine.
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