Currently renovating the bathroom, fitting a deluge thermostatic shower into a separate walk in shower cubicle.
The bathroom is on the first floor, the combi boiler is on the ground floor. The old shower over the bath was fine regarding pressure, but to plumb the new shower i was going to take the pipes up to the loft and drop them down.
By doing this i thought if the pressure wasn't good enough i could fit a pump in the loft. By the very fact that i'm extending the pipes into the loft am i creating a problem? Would i just be better piping straight up to the shower, and not taking the water the extra 2 meters up to the loft?
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