Drain Genie Plumbing Services provides a wide range of services including, but not limited to, the installation, repair, and maintenance of different types of showerheads. This article will discuss the different types of showerheads and how to maintain them. We hope that this information will be helpful for our readers.

Types of Shower Heads and How To Maintain Them

Plastic Versus Chrome Showerheads

When purchasing a showerhead, you must choose between plastic and chrome models for bathroom plumbing. Plastic showerheads offer a cheaper option but don’t often last as long. However, most households use them. On the other hand, chrome is durable and has more aesthetic appeal. Whichever material you choose, it is important to maintain your showerhead correctly to ensure that it lasts a long time.

Standard Showerheads

Standard showerheads are the most common type of showerhead. They are usually made of plastic and attach to the pipe with a threaded connector. The water sprays out of small holes in the face of the showerhead. These showerheads can be difficult to clean because dirt and debris can get caught in the holes.

Handheld Showerheads

Handheld showerheads offer a more versatile bathing experience and attach to the wall. But, you can also detach them and use them as a handheld unit. The water sprays out of small holes in the face of the showerhead. These showerheads can also be difficult to clean due to dirt and debris getting caught in the holes.

Rainshower Showerheads

Rainshower showerheads take your daily shower routine and turn it into a luxurious treat. They are typically made of chrome and consist of a large circular head that hangs overhead. The showerhead simulates rainfall as water sprays out of many small holes in its face. Consequently, the result is a pleasurable, relaxing experience. 

Waterfall Showerheads

Waterfall showerheads provide a unique bathing experience. Like the rainshower showerhead, waterfall showerheads are typically made of chrome with a large circular head that hangs overhead.  Unsurprisingly, the water sprays out of many small holes in the face of the showerhead, simulating rainfall. Therefore, these showerheads are often more relaxing than other types of showerheads.

Showerhead Maintenance

When cleaning a plastic or chrome showerhead, use mild detergent and warm water. Be sure to scrub all the dirt and debris from the small holes in the face of the showerhead. You can use a toothbrush to help with this task. Rinse the showerhead thoroughly with cold water when you are finished cleaning it.

Drain Genie to the Rescue

Drain Genie Plumbing Services is a professional plumbing company that offers high-quality services to residents in Maitland, Florida. We specialize in plumbing, from fixing a leaky faucet to installing a brand-new showerhead. Our experienced technicians are equipped with the latest tools and knowledge to complete the job quickly and efficiently. We’re here to help you with all your plumbing needs, so don’t hesitate to call (407) 490-1230 or contact us online.