How would you Design the Shower

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Old 04-26-00, 09:03 AM
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I want to make a shower that is like you are in a rain shower. the water would just drip down on you in a steady stream. My idea is to run pipe overhead and drill small holes in it or to put in the mister heads.

What ideas do you have?
 
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Old 04-26-00, 08:06 PM
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ARE YOU RETROFITTING AN EXISTING SHOWER ??
 
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Old 04-27-00, 01:10 PM
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Yes I am retrofitting an existing shower.
 
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Old 04-29-00, 11:01 PM
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RUNNING THE PIPES OVERHEAD WOULD DO THE JOB
IF YOU INSTALL THEM IN AN ARTISTIC FASHION,
MAYBE A LOOP CONSTRUCTED OF SOFT COPPER.
OR YOU CAN TEAR THE WALLS OUT OF THE SHOWER
AND INSTALL SOMETHING FROM HANS GROEH,
THEY HAVE A NICE LINE OF SHOWER VALVES WITH
BODY JETS, AND WHAT YOU ARE DESCRIBING.
 
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Old 05-01-00, 01:57 PM
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Thank you for the Advice!
 
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Old 05-01-00, 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by GARPLUMCO:
RUNNING THE PIPES OVERHEAD WOULD DO THE JOB
IF YOU INSTALL THEM IN AN ARTISTIC FASHION,
MAYBE A LOOP CONSTRUCTED OF SOFT COPPER.
OR YOU CAN TEAR THE WALLS OUT OF THE SHOWER
AND INSTALL SOMETHING FROM HANS GROEH,
THEY HAVE A NICE LINE OF SHOWER VALVES WITH
BODY JETS, AND WHAT YOU ARE DESCRIBING.



It's spelt Grohe not Groeh

Grohe is made in Germany and the parts are expensive to get replaces.

Meon is the best.

By The Code Plumber

 
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Old 05-01-00, 05:33 PM
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Originally posted by By the code Plumbert:
It's spelt Grohe not Groeh

Grohe is made in Germany and the parts are expensive to get replaces.

Meon is the best.

By The Code Plumber





And you can spell? MOEN not meon, kind of like moron, in what you are over the toilet flange. Listen to GARPLUMB he's one of the best. I recommend him from my plumbing wholesale co. all day long and have never had a complant.
ps: Just because you have a plumbing license does not mean you know everything. I know people with drivers license's that can't drive worth a sh&% either.
 
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And you can spell? MOEN not meon, kind of like moron, in what you are over the toilet flange. Listen to GARPLUMB he's one of the best. I recommend him from my plumbing wholesale co. all day long and have never had a complant.
ps: Just because you have a plumbing license does not mean you know everything. I know people with drivers license's that can't drive worth a sh&% either.




Yep you are a moron arn't you, your not a plumber so shut the hell up.

GARPLUMB don't know crap when it comes to plumbing, he does things like a handyman, there are codes and he breaks them all.

I worthless no good plumber, he is, he thinks his fixes will work, well he's wrong and will always be worng


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Old 05-03-00, 07:59 PM
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IF YOU PURCHASE THE GROEH VALVE IT WILL NEED
NO REPAIR FOR A LONG TIME.AND PARTS ARE NOT HARD TO GET, IT IS THE MERCEDES OF FAUCETS.
 
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Go Mac
 
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Originally posted by GARPLUMCO:
IF YOU PURCHASE THE GROEH VALVE IT WILL NEED
NO REPAIR FOR A LONG TIME.AND PARTS ARE NOT HARD TO GET, IT IS THE MERCEDES OF FAUCETS.



Moen is garanteed for life and the parts will cost alot less the moen when you need it repaired, moen will out last grohe anytime.

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MY MY MY. Such unrest in the plumbing department.

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MY MY MY. Such unrest in the plumbing department.




How is Jack doing?

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