Even with so many brilliant options when it comes to designing and upgrading bathrooms, homeowners are often left dissatisfied when the water pressure in their house can’t provide the powerful shower experience they desire with their new suite. That’s why Salamander Pumps, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of domestic water pumps, has introduced EVE - an innovative, shower pump to provide homeowners with the water pressure and shower experience they expect from their brand-new bathroom and throughout the home.
Following a bathroom renovation, many homeowners become disappointed when the water pressure isn't as powerful as expected, as while the pressure may not have been so problematic before the renovation once these are replaced, the difference in water pressure suddenly becomes noticeable.
Popular ‘rainfall’ shower heads are usually designed for high pressure systems, and the sudden advancement in the size of the shower head means the water is less focused in one area, leaving homeowners with a lack-lustre shower, rather than the luxury experience they had been hoping for.
Aiming to overcome this issue, Salamander has developed a first-of-its-kind shower pump, EVE, providing cutting edge technologies to ensure the renovations live up to expectations.
EVE can be fitted in a gravity fed system either before, during of after a bathroom refurbishment, and provides increased water pressure that is sustained even when multiple other outlets in the home are using water, to ensure the ultimate shower experience.
Gareth Richards, technical director at Salamander Pumps, said: “Our research has shown that almost half of homeowners aren’t aware that a solution exists to improve water pressure, but we want to make sure people know that they don’t have to live with poor shower performance, especially when they’ve invested so much time and money in creating their dream bathroom.
“Until now, identifying the right pump for each home’s needs has been quite a complex task, but we’ve developed new technologies to make this process easy for homeowners. In short, if your home has a gravity-fed system, where there’s a hot water cylinder in the airing cupboard and a water tank in the loft, EVE will work.”
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