Fitting a shower

23 Feb 2012
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United Kingdom
I have a combi boiler (on demand hot water), no hot water tank. The water pressure is good, I don't know the exact pressure, I'm assuming it's probably a high pressure system as opposed to a low pressure system (looking at products currently on the market listed either high or low).

I want to put in a stud wall at the end of the bath and have a wall shower, where the head comes direct out of the wall and the shower control about half way up the wall.

I also want to keep my bath filler tap where they are in the centre of the bath...


Not knowing the plumbing, ideally I'd like to buy the following....

1. Taps with flexible shower head:

2. Shower wall tap:

3. Shower head:

Just want to know if this is possible?

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Personally I would buy a reputable 'make' so spares are available in the future.

A lot of stuff I go to is 'B+Q special offer' and little chance of getting spares easily.

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