Steam Shower Units Review:
A Look At Each Steam Shower Unit Brand
A review of the main steam shower units brands. A shower steam unit is a luxury and we will help you to choose the best steam shower bath for you.
We look at the different features, costs and quality of materials for each.
Bathing is an act that we do on a daily basis for many reasons, the main one being cleanliness. However, that same time that is spent bathing you can create it into a luxurious experience.
Using a steam shower is relaxing, great for your respiratory system and also helps to detoxify your body.
I have lots of problems with my sinuses and after taking a steam shower I’m able to start my day refreshed with clear sinuses! That’s a huge plus and I definitely get more done afterwards.
There are numerous brands available, so how do you know which one to choose? Don’t worry, in this article we will cover the main brands, their signature features and some of their specific steam shower bath models.
Brands include: Ariel, Kohler, AmeriSteam, Whirlpool, LineaAqua, Royal, Amerec, Apollo, ThermaSol Steam Shower etc.
If you already know which brand you want to learn more about, check out the links below:
For reviews of some of the most popular and highly rated units, check out the reviews below:
Bath Master 8004-AS
Kitchen and Bath Master specialize in kitchen and bathroom products that is ideal for the d-i-y enthusiast but also for those who will be making use of the services of contractors to install it.
The Bath Master 8004-AS is a free standing steam shower unit made to fit into a corner and will change your bathroom forever. It has all the bells and whistles you could want in a steam shower and is a thing of beauty.
It is powered by a 3kw steam generator, the faucets and accessories are made of copper and the handles and trim are chrome plated. 5mm thick toughened glass is used all round.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the features:
- Sauna, shower, acupuncture massage, aromatherapy,
- Rainfall overhead shower head,
- Sliding handle shower head,
- 6 Massage jets,
- Foot massager,
- Fog free mirrors and glass,
- Ventilation fan,
- Blue LED ceiling lights,
- FM radio, CD connection, hands free phone,
- Program the digital timer and temperature settings from the sleek control panel or via remote control.
The AmeriSteam Shower Unit
These are fully loaded modular steam units that will provide all the amenities for a therapeutic and relaxing experience.
These units are more structural than DreamLine or Aquapeutics showers and are usually outfitted in white finishes.
The cost of these shower units is in the mid to high range, from as low as $2,700 to as much as $5,000.
So what defines this steam unit? Well, it is the only steam shower to be manufactured with components that were made in the USA and the units are completed by a company called US Lucite.
This company is very well known and is a top producer of contemporary materials. This is a brand that will last, quality components coupled with innovative design = Value for your money.
Common features include:
- Handheld shower head which is adjustable
- Temperature sensor and thermostatic faucet which displays the temperature of the water
- Quality speaker system for radio or CD
- Massage jets (acupuncture)
- Ceiling lights
- Rainfall shower
- Built in bench
- ETL listed
The LineaAqua Apollo Steam Shower
This is a breathtaking and lavish shower unit. Never thought that you’d hear those words to describe a shower?
Well I’m telling you, this brand is simply beautiful, specifically the unit, Apollo by LineaAqua.
It is almost like a futuristic new age space design that beckons you to enter a new time. You literally step into another world.
It is definitely unique and much more different than any other shower you’ve set your eyes on.
As expected, this time capsule, (oops!) I mean steam shower, costs a pretty penny at over $10,000.
- Blue tinted glass
- LED mood lighting
- Stereo system with radio, cd
- Teak wood accents
- ETL Listed
- Overheating protection (its shuts down automatically if the enclosure gets too hot)
- Acupuncture massage
- Thermostatic mixer
- Towel bar
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