At Homebase, we understand how important creating a relaxing bathroom can be. That’s why our extensive range of showers caters to every taste and preference. Whether you’re looking for a sleek and modern shower to complement your contemporary bathroom, or a classic design for a timeless appeal, Homebase has you covered with quality showers for bathrooms. If you're torn between a bath or a shower, read our article on why you should opt for a shower in your bathroom.
Our collection features showers from the best brands such as Triton, and Aqualisa, ensuring that you have access to the finest shower in the game. We prioritise providing good quality showers to elevate your bathroom, and compliment your tiles, each crafted with fantastic materials to guarantee durability.
From power to digital showers, we have up to 4 different types for you to choose from. This selection comes in several colours and finishes too. Black, white, and grey are the most common colours. We also have finishes in brushed nickel, steel, brass and chrome.
Once you have decided on your new shower, read our article on how to install a shower for in depth instructions.
Frequently asked questions
You can unblock a shower drain with a plunger, just put the suction cap of the plunger over the shower drain and produce an up and down movement with the handle. Alternatively, you can pour half a cup of baking soda down the drain, followed immediately by half a cup of distilled vinegar. The combination of both should work away the blockage. If this does not work and your shower drain is still blocked, please call in a professional.
Cleaning a bathroom shower drain is simple, just mix together one cup of vinegar and one cup of baking soda. First, pour boiling water down the drain to loosen it, then follow with the baking soda-vinegar mixture, wait 15 minutes and then rinse with more boiling water. This will clean any debris and keep it smelling fresh.
Cleaning grout in bathroom showers can be done several ways, use a grout brush with warm water and gently scrub the grout between your bathroom tiles in the shower. Add a bit of pressure to really get those stains out, if it doesn’t quite do the job, create a baking soda and vinegar solution. Mix together half a cup of water, half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of white vinegar, dip either a grout brush or clean toothbrush into the solution and scrub the grout in circular motions to lift the stains. Rinse the solution off with water once you’re finished. For more information visit our blog on how to clean a shower cubicle and tray.
How much water a shower uses all depends on the type of shower you’re using and how long you are using the shower for. However, on average a typical shower in the UK uses about 13 litres of water per minute.