While designing a bathroom, care must be taken to install fixtures and sanitary wares the way on would like to, and what would benefit the house most. For example, a hand-held shower would benefit children, a sprinkler would help save water, etc. If one lives in place where the average temperature is on the lower side, installing a steam shower at home would be a great idea.
What all make a steam shower?
A steam generator is usually a medium sized bread-box shaped device, which is connected to the central piping system. Like other electronic devices, they come in varying brands, and a resultant differing price. There are also various accessories and attachments that accompany the device, that make up the price structure.
How much would it cost?
An average steam generator would cost between $1000 and $5000, with prices differing upon customization. For example, a prefabricated steam shower would include a steam generator, lights, steam jets, rainfall showerheads, sensors and temperature controllers, aromatherapy units, etc. A custom-made steam shower would cost between $2000 and $6000, and would be priced according to the fixture installed, the material used, and the size of the unit. The cost of installation is not included in the above estimate.
Would it be a one-time expense?
The costs of installing a steam shower are a comprehensive sum of the device, its annual maintenance, the water and electricity charges, and any repair charges. Including add-ons have their own price, like refilling the aroma solutions, replacing the lighting fixtures, sensors, etc. It is important to buy the steam shower from reputed brands, as it will be beneficial over the long term. Branding might seem pricier, but the costs paid upfront translate to better service, minimal maintenance, and lesser repairs.
Installing a steam shower is a single time chore, so a little research would benefit in the long run.