Your shower is the heart of your bathroom. If it's damaged, stained, or outdated, it can negatively impact the overall feel of your bathroom. That's why many homeowners choose to replace or upgrade their showers during bathroom remodels. 

At Home Outlet, we are proud to offer a wide variety of showers to meet your bathroom's needs and style. Whether you're looking for a space-saving solution for a smaller bathroom or a grand, spa-like shower to pamper yourself, you'll find it within our product lineup. 

No matter what your bathroom remodel budget looks like, we've got you covered with reliable, high-quality showers that can meet your family's demands.

Shower Styles

When it comes to choosing a shower, it's important to know the differences between various styles. Each type of shower has unique features and benefits that differentiate it from another. Knowing these differences will help you determine which shower will best meet your needs. 

If you're looking for a simple, all-in-one package, consider a one-piece shower unit. These shower kits come pre-assembled and include the shower base and walls in one piece. This makes installation quick and easy. A one-piece shower unit is usually the ideal choice for simple shower remodels, such as replacing an existing alcove shower.

Two-piece showers afford a little more flexibility in installation and come in two pieces: the shower base and the wall panels. This is particularly useful for homeowners with tricky bathroom layouts. 

We also offer three-piece shower units that come with the same basic parts as the two-piece units, but with the addition of a door. This provides an added layer of privacy and brings a stylish touch to the shower area. 

If you're going for a minimalist or modern doorless shower, we carry the shower bases necessary to make it happen. Doorless showers are rising in popularity because they create a more open and spa-like atmosphere. 

Lastly, shower enclosures are a great option for homeowners looking to ditch their tubs and make use of vacant vertical space. Shower enclosures consist of a shower base, usually three walls, and a shower door. 

Shower enclosures are especially good for people with accessibility concerns since there is no steep ledge to step over. Additionally, there are several types of shower doors that are easy to operate, including sliding and pivot doors. 

Shower Materials and Finishes

The material your shower is made from will play a big role in its overall longevity and what kind of maintenance it requires. Some of the most popular materials used in shower stalls include fiberglass and acrylic. 

Fiberglass and acrylic are extremely durable, easy to care for, and typically seen as a fantastic low-cost alternative to more pricey materials, like stone and ceramic. Fiberglass showers and acrylic showers are both able to withstand the heat and moisture that are common in bathrooms without warping or cracking. 

When it comes to shower enclosures, aluminum, and glass are popular go-to materials. Aluminum showers are also resistant to warping and rusting thanks to aluminum's super durable nature. Aluminum is also non-porous, so you don't have to worry about stains. 

Glass is another popular choice for shower enclosures because of its timeless appearance and versatility. Glass shower enclosures can be framed, semi-framed, or frameless. 

The right finish complements the rest of your bathroom design and ties the area together. Some popular finishes include chrome, bronze, brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, and matte black. 

Benefits of Choosing a Shower Kit for Your Shower Remodel

Shower-only setups are becoming increasingly popular in modern bathroom designs as a great way to maximize space. Shower-only setups are also usually more water efficient and are a great choice for people with mobility issues. 

On the other hand, shower tub combos offer a more traditional look and give you more flexibility. Combos are great for families with young children or anyone who loves to take relaxing baths. 

At Home Outlet, our shower kits are easy to install and can help put the finishing touches on your bathroom remodel.