im in one of those newly builts and its an "open scam" by these newly builts in partnership with shower companies. As a "normal working class" person, I dont have much choice :( . First off all, I've no idea how all this plumbing and etc works. Even if I try to learn, there is a risk with leakages and etc (unlike carpentry or fitting furniture) and it is always an expensive bit. Can't find a proper forum to know atleast which best suits my needs as every situation is different.
Mate the only issue is they seem to be built with s ticking time bomb. Literally both of them have broken just outside the 2 year warranty. I've actually messaged a plumber today to quote for changing into a thermostatic shower. Not sure if it will be too much of a ball ache. Knowing my luck I will get that fitted then the boiler will break.
haha.. its too late pal, I bought it and fitted too. But thanks anyway. If this get screwed, I'll invest some good money and shall try to connect to the mains directly.
Don't fo for this. We are on our second one and it's just packed in. 2 in 5 years is not good. I'm just going to go for this one posted as I think it must be a gamble regardless of what shower you get.
I'm looking to replace my aqualisa shower. We've had 2 in 5 years...pretty certain this can't be much worse? When you say temps are all over the place is this seasonal? Our second aqualisa seems to have struggled over winter when the other one didn't, and now it's just not heating.