Bath Shower Mixer Taps
Bath shower mixer taps are all about one thing - flexibility. The idea is that they combine two functions into one simple unit. Fill the bath as normal using the separate hot and cold feed, or divert the flow into the shower hose where the water is mixed to the perfect temperature. All you need to do is clip the shower head onto the wall and enjoy a satisfying showering experience.
We stock all of the major brands in this market, such as Premier, Grohe and Cali. This is such a popular type of tap that the choice is extensive. Whether you're looking for something with cutting edge design for an ultra-modern bathroom or something far more traditional, you'll be spoiled for choice. There's no need to go to the hassle of ripping out a bathroom to install a separate shower cubicle or electric shower when you can get exactly the same results by simply swapping your taps.
Perfect for Convenience in the Bathroom
It's by far the easiest way to get an extra shower in your bathroom - swap your standard bath taps for a special tap unit which allows you to divert the flow from the taps into a shower head at the flick of a switch. Clip your shower head up on the wall, add a screen and you've got a new bathing option. This is a very cost-effective way of getting a new shower, and the wide range of mixer taps in our extensive range guarantees the perfect mixer taps for any family bathroom.
Think about the style of the rest of your bathroom when you're shopping for new bath mixer taps. If your bath and interior design is contemporary and sleek, take a look at matching modern taps from Hudson Reed or Cali which tick all of the ultra-modern boxes. If you're after something a bit more traditional, Bristan and RAK produce traditionally styled taps but still using the cutting-edge manufacturing techniques you'll find in modern products too.
Before starting to browse through our huge range of bath and shower mixer taps, consider the practical aspects such as water pressure before clicking to purchase. These taps really are the easiest and best way to add a shower in your home, and with prices not much higher than buying a standard set of bath taps, what's left to think about?