Burke Williams of Torrance has been giving South Bay residents relaxing, invigorating massages for years -- but with properly placed shower body sprays, you don’t need to leave your home to get that soothing massage any more.
They are great for sore muscles, aches and pains -- or if you just appreciate the finer things in life, where luxury meets serenity.
Installing shower body sprays is a smart investment for those who want an enhanced showering experience.
Knowing how to place them is the key for maximum bathing bliss.
Here are seven things you should know about placing and installing shower body sprays:
- When using two or more body sprays, install a pressure-balancing loop for equal flow, pressure and temperature.
- Optimum body spray placement should cover the entire body with water regardless of where you are facing.
- Should be installed on the opposite wall as the shower head and not aimed at the shower door.
- Top-level body spray is typically set at shoulder height or back height, instead of in the your face or back of head.
- Mid-level body spray is usually set at waist or hip level.
- Lowest-level body spray is usually placed at thigh or knee height.
- For best results, install shower body sprays in a group of four or six.
While shower body sprays are only one of many features that work together to create the overall bathing experience, they represent a source of therapeutic luxury that is there when you need it.
Shower body sprays give you permission to unwind and pamper yourself at the end of the day; and even every day, if you so chose.