Over the ages, the concept of a bath has been revolutionized and developed into the most technologically advanced phenomenon that has resulted in the modern day bathtubs and showers. A stall Shower commonly referred to as a Walk-In Shower has been under the limelight for quite a few years now due to its convenience and space conservation properties that make him more famous and common in the contemporary world than the traditional bathtub. This particular type of bath has been famous among the common mass and its less space occupation too for the smaller sized bathrooms. Although people prefer to take a bath in the traditional style of a bath tub, the concept of walk-in showers have been becoming quite popular these days.
What is a walk-in Shower?
A typical Stall shower also known as the Walk In shower is basically a glass covered cubicle in which a person bathes under a large sprinkler which sprays water with a swiveling nozzle aiming down at the user. Most walk-in showers come with temperature, pressure and adjustable nozzle settings. Over time the simplest of the Walk-In Showers have been revolutionized into the most complex of showers which has a showerhead connected to a hose having a mounting bracket. This enables the shower to spray over different parts of the body.
Gain in fame:
The concept of Walk-In Showers have become quite popular in the western culture for smaller sized bathrooms due to its efficiency in the bathing process along with its water conservation which is becoming a topic of debate in the contemporary world due to decrease in the reserves of clean fresh water. The walk-in showers are considered a
product of the modern world which has greatly added to the incentives of popularity of the walk-in showers as compared to the traditional bath tubs who’s repairing and refinishing requires quite a lot of capital whereas the repair of showers cost a lot less than other bathing alternatives.
Currently, Walk-In Showers are one of the major rising trends in the eastern hemisphere too due to its extra spacious in smaller sized bathrooms and luxurious design along with its efficiency in the fast forward moving world of today. Since a shower uses less water than a traditional bathtub with 80 liters of water in the shower as compared to 160 liters of water in a tub, the rising scarcity of water and its conservation is the major factor for the rising trend of walk in showers for smaller sized bathrooms