Homebase showers are among the best priced in the UK and whether you are looking to install a new shower suite, enclosure or just replace an old shower unit then there is plenty of choice at the leading UK DIY store.

If you compare the prices of Homebase showers to other bathroom shops such as John Lewis, Victoria Plumb, The Bathroom Centre and Plumb World you will soon realise that popping down to a Homebase unit close to you is just as cheap as travelling 50 miles further to visit another retail unit that has both less choice and are more expensive.

Homebase ShowersSo what kind of showers can you buy at Homebase and are they any good - are the prices low and what sort of quality are you going to get for your money? These are the sort of questions that you should ask yourself before you spend your hard earned money on buying a new shower. Thankfully, Homebase only stocks the leading brands with so much choice there is simply no need to go anywhere else. The types of showers you can buy at Homebase include:

Electric Showers
Homebase has some really cheap, but good electric showers. Reputable names like Creda, Mira and Triton all feature on the website and in store. Prices start from just £50 for the white Triton Madrid II and this shower comes with power on switch, auto shut down safety, free wall brackets and housing and five points for electricity entry. The 2 year manufacturer guarantee makes this shower a no brainer if you want to buy a reliable, quiet cheap shower for the bathroom.

Mixer Showers
Mixers showers are when you use the existing water going into to the bathroom via a special valve that regulates both the pressure and temp. You can buy cheap mixer showers at Homebase with names like Bristan, Croydex, Mira and Triton on view. Prices start from under £15 for the simple Croydex Spray and Bath Shower Head and Hose but if you want to buy a fully working mixer shower then you are looking at about £150 for the mid range shower that will last for years.

Power Showers
Homebase power showers should be used when there is lack of decent water pressure flowing into the bathroom. An electric pump is housed inside the unit in order to push through powerful water pressure into the shower head. Power showers can be quite noisy and are not cheap to buy, look to pay about £200 for the cheapest at Homebase which is a Triton.

There is also a small range of digital showers for sale at Homebase DIY and whichever shower you choose you can be sure of the best customers service and price guarantee at the leading UKs DIY chain.