shower pump in the loft?

11 Aug 2006
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Hi, I'm looking at installing a shower pump for my mixer shower because the water pressure just isn't powerful enough.
I read on the fitting instructions on a pump in b&q that you cant put the pump in the loft and that it has to be next to the hot water tank. the problem that i have is that my hot water tank is in the loft, does anyone have any suggestions on what i can do?
many thanks
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It can go in the loft if it has the correct spacial relationship with the cylinder.

Its not so advisable because of the noise output.

I would suggest you get professional advice to avoid problems.

Thanks Tony.

Does anyone know of a good plumber in Thurrock Essex?

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