I am adding 2 baths to an addition, and plan to use only handheld showers on slide bars, Moen 3867, no wall-installed shower head. Any caveats? My reasoning is that I wish to have the flexibility of the slide bar so children can shower as easily as a tall adult, with the shower height adjustible. I also am concerned about water conservation. I like a hand-held to make it easier to clean the shower/tub, as well as making it easier to direct water flow to rinse hair and body. Your thoughts?
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I've read the threads on having only a handheld shower with slide bar in a bathroom. I am leaning towards this for the hall bathroom. My bathroom designer's one concern is that some clients have had issues with the bracket on the bar that allows the shower handle to slide up and down not staying in place. I wanted to find out if anyone has a recommendation for a handheld shower/slide bar with good pressure, brackets that stay where they are supposed to be, and in their mind is just as good as a showerhead with the benefit of being able to use the slidebar.
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