The electrically operated shower is one that feeds cold water over an electric element to heat it up. Bromley Plumbers are skilled in all aspects of this work. There is a Thermostatic control that regulates the water temperature. The main water supply runs through a 15mm connection to the main water supply. Usually it is not much of a job to provide a branch supply from the rising main. One limiting factor for the siting of the shower might be the way the drainage is provided. With pumped waste systems, even this may not present a problem. If the shower is to be fitted over the bath, there is no need to plan for drainage as it is already in place as bath is the shower cubicle and drain together. If the shower is to be fitted as part of a cubicle, you will need to refer to the manufacturers instructions for installing the new cubicle. Plan the position for the shower components. The shower unit needs to be simply operated. The spray head rail should provide loads of adjustment to suit the various different height of people using it. A Bromley Plumber has all the experience required to fit showers.Water Supply:Place the shower in its final position and mark the point at which it will be connected to the supply. Run a copper pipe from here to the main supply (usually 15mm pipe is used) If possible it should be taken through the wall next to the shower so that only a minimal amount of pipework shows. An isolating valve should be fitted in the pipework near to the shower unit to provide a separate means of isolation. Mount the shower unit on the wall as specified in the manufacturers instructions and connect to the water supply pipe using a compression fitting, or the supplied connector if there is one. Switch off the supply for the rising main and fit a 15mm branch to this. This is done by fitting a T piece, using either compression or solder fittings depending upon the situation and your preference. Switch the water back on and check for leaks.Electrical Supply:Strict rules govern Electrical work that can be done without notification or inspection. Unless qualified you must seek a Professional Electricians service for this work and plan your installation around this.