Electric Showers

Electric showers take water from the cold water supply and it is then passed through a built-in heating element. Mira electric showers are proven to last up to 50% longer due to their Mira Clearscale technology that is included as a standard. It reduces limescale which makes it a longer-lasting and better performing shower. Electric showers are suitable for mains water pressure in most areas. Most electric showers are only suitable for mains pressure above 1.0 bar but the Mira Elite Pumped Electric Shower will work on low pressure gravity fed systems.

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Electric Showers

The most powerful electric shower stands at 10.8kw, this provides higher pressure and water temperature compared to regular electric showers.
When installing a new electric shower, you should get it installed by a plumber or electrician who can safely install, upgrade or check the wiring. You want to ensure your shower works to its full potential, and that it is also safe. We recommend using a competent plumber for all shower installations.
In some cases, electric showers can slightly reduce bills when compared to power showers. It depends on models, but typically they can use less water and energy.
Power showers use a pump to draw water from the hot and cold water stores. This results in a much more powerful flow of water, which also makes them a great solution for homes with low water pressure. Power showers are great if you want a strong jet of water that a standard electric shower might not be able to provide.