Hi lowpressure Electric showers must be connected to mains cold so if yours is tank fed it needs correcting. The amount of flow from a mains fed electric shower is dependent on the power of the shower and how hot it is set at. You may find that the cables feeding your shower may not be large enough to upgrade even for a pumped model with integral pump. You will probably have to engage a trades person who has both electrical and plumbing skills. Regards S
Thanks for reply. Oh my. Just goes to show how bad I am at tracking pipes. As its an older house there are lots of pipes that have been cut off and are left in place.
Just as a general rule, as I know nobody with one - does a pumped electric shower give much better pressure? Or is it designed for really low pressure houses and just gives out the same pressure as a "normal" electric shower?
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