Do you ever feel cramped when taking a shower?
Do you have to bend down uncomfortably to get your head wet?
If so, it might be time for you to raise your showerhead!
In this blog post, we will share with you six ways you can raise your showerhead to have a more comfortable showering experience.
Option 1: Install an Adjustable Shower Arm
An adjustable shower arm is one of the easiest ways to raise your showerhead. It attaches between the shower arm and showerhead and features two or more joints that can be adjusted. This gives you the ability to raise, lower, or tilt your shower head to the perfect position for your needs.
If this seems like the right choice for you, we recommend reading our reviews of the best adjustable shower arms.
Option 2: The Gooseneck Shower Arm
A gooseneck shower arm is another great option for those who want to raise their showerhead more elegantly. It is a type of fixed shower arm that features a long, curved neck – similar to a goose. Raising typically 12″, it is a great choice for those who need a little extra height in their shower.
However, installing a gooseneck shower arm is more complex than an adjustable shower arm. Give our post on replacing a shower arm a quick read before proceeding.
Option 3: The Ceiling (Rainfall) Showerhead
For a truly luxurious showering experience and to provide plenty of room for taller individuals, you might want to consider installing a ceiling showerhead. Ceiling shower heads are becoming increasingly popular in high-end homes and hotels. They provide a spa-like experience and can make your bathroom feel like a true oasis.
However, installing this option may require the help of a professional. If you decide to go this route, read our post on ceiling shower arms before beginning.
Option 4: A Shower Diverter
Shower diverters are an inexpensive and easy-to-install option for providing versatility in your shower stall. They are added to the shower arm and allow you to install a handheld showerhead alongside your fixed showerhead. This gives you the ability to use either showerhead when bathing. Additionally, you could mount the handheld showerhead higher up than the fixed showerhead.
Option 5: Install a Shower Slide Bar
A shower slide bar is a great option for those who want to adjust the height of their showerhead without having to remove it completely. It consists of a vertical bar mounted to the shower wall and a bracket that holds the showerhead. The bracket is attached to the slide bar and can be moved up and down the bar to adjust the height of the showerhead.
Installing a shower slide bar will require drilling holes in your shower wall. If you are not comfortable doing this, we recommend hiring a professional.
Option 6: Switch to a Handheld Showerhead
Lastly, if you don’t need a fixed shower head in your shower stall, you could switch to using a handheld showerhead instead. This would give you the ability to wash any area of your body without moving around in the shower.
Handheld showerheads are also great for those with young children or pets, as they make it easy to bathe them in the shower.
We hope this post has given you some ideas on how to raise your showerhead. As you can see, there are several different options available, so be sure to choose the one that best suits your needs.