any good basement remodeler will tell you, it's the little things that really make the difference. Installing a basement bathroom is a great idea, and it pays back for itself by 80% or more when the home is sold. If you could make a major difference in how much you enjoy your remodeled space by spending another $50 or so, wouldn't you choose to?
There are few ways to make a bigger difference with very little money than by choosing the best shower head for your new basement bathroom. Enjoying a relaxing, comfortable shower is a guiltless pleasure. And with a growing family, it can be your few precious private moments alone before a busy day.
To help you make the most of these moments, Total Basement Finishing has this advice for choosing the…show more content… This can cost as little as $15 and installs between the shower arm and shower head, shutting the water off if it becomes too hot.
3. Pick a shower head that's built to last.
While shower heads can cost anywhere between $6 and $500, you won't need to spend a lot of money to find a high-quality and comfortable one. $30 to $80 should find you a shower head for your remodeled basement bathroom that gives you the best value for your investment.
Brass shower heads are generally considered the best for a remodeled basement bathroom as a reliable, long-lasting option, but they're also much more expensive than other models. Whether you choose a shower head made of brass or of some other metal, check to ensure that it's easy to upkeep and will not tarnish.
If you pick a plastic model, be sure to purchase one that's resistant to lime buildup so it will not easily clog your shower head. No matter which shower head you choose, however, it will eventually develop lime accumulation. When lime buildup slows the shower's flow in your finished basement bathroom, wipe the accumulation on the tip of the nozzle away then soak the shower head in a lime-away solution or a fifty-fifty solution of vinegar and warm