Replacing an older, exposed shower doesn’t have to be difficult if you use one of Aqualisa’s new generation of mixer showers. The exposed models of both our Aspire DL and Siren™ SL shower ranges feature adjustable inlet centres, ideal for refurbishment projects where a degree of flexibility is required.
Understanding the difference between concealed showers and exposed showers is simple. An exposed shower is when the valve of the shower is mounted on the tiles and is in view. On the other hand, a concealed shower places the valve and any pipework beneath the tiles where it is not seen.
But how do you know which type to choose? Read on to learn the pros and cons of concealed and exposed showers.