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Old 08-30-2010, 05:30 PM   #1
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Installing more than One shower Head

Hello, I need help I have a very small bathroom in my master bedroom and and it has a walk in shower, what I want to know is there any way to add more then one shower head and a bench in the shape of the shower. I am older and don't want to fall but I want to feel as if I am getting more of a shower then just a plain shower one of these shower heads I want for it to be removeable and the the other two will be in place also I want to know is there a way to install a nice sized shower head in the celling of my shower. Any help that you can give to me will be great. Also what the cost might be. Thanks



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Old 08-30-2010, 05:33 PM   #2
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I just did that very thing. Added a "rain" shower straight overhead. Had to buy a "diverter" and that is an expensive item. it changes teh flow of water from teh regular shower to the overhead. the rain shower head itself cost $200


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there are lots of variables...if you want it to work right its gonna cost ya....
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Old 08-31-2010, 10:46 AM   #4
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Have you considered something along these lines?
It would allow you to adjust the height of the shower head or use it as a hand held.

I linked to this one because it seems to be the easiest to install, but if you google "shower head bar" you will find a wide selection.
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If you'd be content with simply having two showerheads, I'd check this one out. Peerless #76530

What's great is that the second hand-held shower head is on a suction cup fixture so you can put it pretty much wherever you want. I have one and love it, especially since it was under $100.

Although I'll put out the warning that like most suction cups, this one likes to pop off the shower wall every few months... normally at 3am.

As for the seat, give a search engine look for 'natural teak shower seat'. There are a lot out there for not much $$ that look pretty darn snazzy.

Best of luck!
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