Steam shower units are generally available in two basic types, but may be equipped with a wide variety of optional features. Self-contained, modular steam shower units are the least expensive and often installed as an upgrade to an existing bathtub or . These units are typically small and equipped only with a few basic features. Luxury, steam shower suites are much more expensive, but usually come with an array of built-in amenities. These luxury variants may also be equipped with combination features such as a or sauna.
This amazing Steam Shower Unit sports a 8.4" inch Waterproof LCD TV, MP3, FM Radio with Audio Frequency Input, and Telephone Answering on the technology side. A Steam Sauna, 16 Jet Heated Whirlpool Bathtub, Rainfall Ceiling Shower, and Acupressure & Foot Massage that round out the Hydrotherapy side. Plus 10 Year Warranty!
The most common type of steam shower units are simple, inexpensive enclosures with only basic necessary features. These units are typically self-contained and installed in place of an existing bathtub or shower enclosure. They are often chosen by homeowners who wish to upgrade their current bath facilities to include a steam shower. These modular units make use of the home’s existing floor space and plumbing and generally require only a minimal amount of installation time. Size and color choice is often limited with these basic units.
This article will guide you through the process of putting in your own steam shower units so you can save money without having to call in a professional.
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