Shower Sprays, Components and Fittings Guide

Shower Sprays, Components and Fittings Guide

  1. Getting Started

  2. Spray Functions

  3. Components

  4. Sensory Experiences

  5. Fittings

  6. Shower Kits

  • Getting Started

    Choosing the water delivery components for your shower is so much more than finding a look you like. While there are a number of things to consider, it’s best to start with spray functions. Said another way, since showers are about water, it makes sense to begin with how the water will feel and what it will do. Start there and then discover how you can bring those spray functions to life in your shower with different components and fittings, and how you can take your shower to an entirely new level by adding sensory experiences like music or steam. 


  • Getting Started


    Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind as you explore. And don’t worry if you don’t have all the answers right now. This guide will help you answer the questions and find solutions that work. 

    1. What type of shower are you working with–master bathroom, guest bath, kids? Each may have a different purpose, which would lead to a different solution. If you’re just beginning to think about the shower space, the Showering Space Considerations Guide will help with the bigger picture.
    2. How many people will be using the shower? Do they vary widely in height or mobility? If yes, you may want to be thinking about adjustable options like handshowers and slidebars.
    3. What’s the most important function for you? Rinsing hair, massaging tight muscles, gentle washing, or all three? Choosing the right spray function will ensure that you love your shower.
    4. Do you want to enjoy a variety of components at once, like a showerhead and body sprays? This may affect which valve and controls you choose.
    5. Do you want your shower to offer more than a water experience, like music or steam? Take a look at sensory experience options.
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