Plumbing Question

Need help in deciding how to increase water flow in showers

I have a standard bolier - hot water cylinder water system with a pump fitted to one shower in an en-suite. I want to increase the water flow / pressure in my other shower in th main bathroom, which is gravity based (shower is on the same floor as hot water cylinder)

I've been thinking about getting a pump for the other shower but recently the pump in our ensuite shower is not switching off when turning the shower off, and is making a lot more noise then before.

My dilemma is whether I should just get the pump replaced and stick with adding a new pump for the main bathroom, or invest in a new unvented cylinder (megaflo) ?

Thanks,

3 Answers

Only you can decide but to help, have you thought of having a new shower pump and connecting both showers to the same pump.

Answered 29th Dec 2011

sovereign plumbing and heating

Member since 23 Nov 2011

if you can afford it a unvented cylinder everytime

Answered 1st Jan 2012

The Bathroom & Heating Co Ltd

Member since 12 Nov 2010

I would buy a new pump and connect both showers to it which should work fine

Answered 6th Feb 2014

Aqua Mechanical

Member since 5 Feb 2014

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