Grohe Grohtherm 800 Thermostatic Shower Mixer 1/2 £105 @ Pumb Warehouse - HotUKDeals
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Grohe Grohtherm 800 Thermostatic Shower Mixer 1/2 £105.00 @ Pumb Warehouse

£105.00 @ Plumb Warehouse
I install these all the time and normally pay about £130+ good quality product
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I install these all the time and normally pay about £130+ good quality product
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6 Likes #1
All you need is a good pumber to fit it
#2
Gollywood
All you need is a good pumber to fit it
It's not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
#3
Nice price, pity I'm after the bath tap and shower mixer. Hot.
#4
I'm guessing these won't work on low pressure systems without first installing a pump?
#5
Heat777
I'm guessing these won't work on low pressure systems without first installing a pump?


​Yes minimum of 1bar pressure required. Should work with a combi boiler or unvented system.
1 Like #6
OrribleHarry
Gollywood
All you need is a good pumber to fit it
It's not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.


​He's taking the mick mate. Lol
#7
Same price at Builder Depot and Taps Empire as well, if it's easier to collect locally for someone. Top quality shower!
#8
not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
Hope that's a genuinely sarcastic comment! In my experience with properties, plumbing and electrical matters in particular are best left to the professionals.

Edited By: realvinner on Jan 09, 2017 08:14
#9
realvinner
not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
Hope that's a genuinely sarcastic comment! In my experience with properties, plumbing and electrical matters in particular are best left to the professionals.

Absolutely not, it's very simple indeed. I'm an electrical engineer but have successfully installed many showers...its only two pipes.
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OrribleHarry
realvinner
not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
Hope that's a genuinely sarcastic comment! In my experience with properties, plumbing and electrical matters in particular are best left to the professionals.
Absolutely not, it's very simple indeed. I'm an electrical engineer but have successfully installed many showers...its only two pipes.

I am also an electrical engineer who has installed many showers in my time and this is not a DIY job (imo) most people would not know where to start,identifying p[pes and what parts required etc.
#11
BigG9262
OrribleHarry
realvinner
not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
Hope that's a genuinely sarcastic comment! In my experience with properties, plumbing and electrical matters in particular are best left to the professionals.
Absolutely not, it's very simple indeed. I'm an electrical engineer but have successfully installed many showers...its only two pipes.
I am also an electrical engineer who has installed many showers in my time and this is not a DIY job (imo) most people would not know where to start,identifying p[pes and what parts required etc.
This is a fairly easy diy job if just replacing a bar shower, if installing from scratch then it certainly isn't....
#12
BigG9262
OrribleHarry
realvinner
not exactly rocket science, DIY is easily achievable.
Hope that's a genuinely sarcastic comment! In my experience with properties, plumbing and electrical matters in particular are best left to the professionals.
Absolutely not, it's very simple indeed. I'm an electrical engineer but have successfully installed many showers...its only two pipes.
I am also an electrical engineer who has installed many showers in my time and this is not a DIY job (imo) most people would not know where to start,identifying p[pes and what parts required etc.

Really? Run the taps and feel which pipe gets hot/cold it really is that simple.....

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