FAQ
A. The PULSE Showerspa is set up for ½’’ supply lines. If you have ¾’’ supply lines you can reduce them at the stub out location to ½’’.
A. Yes, builders are utilizing the PULSE Showerspa more and more because of the ease of installation and all the showering functions incorporated into one system.
A. We recommend 45psi or above. They will function on less, however the performance may be affected.
A. The Showerspas range in weight from 25 to 35lbs.
A. It depends on the model. Most models have a single control/diverter valve where you select one function at a time. However some models are plumbed with two diverters allowing you to operate two functions at the same time.
A. It is a very soothing effect, for a more concentrated spray most people switch to the handheld, a nice option to have.
A. All the hardware to mount the Showerspa is included. Depending on the situation, some plumbing connectors/fittings may need to be purchased to complete the plumbing connections.
A. Yes, we inventory spare parts for all our models.
A. Refer to the specification pages for the particular model you are interested in or give us a call or send an email.
A. PULSE recommends a licensed plumbing contractor complete the installation but a handy person with plumbing experience should be able to complete the installation. We recommend you follow all local plumbing codes when installing.
A. Three year limited manufacturer’s warranty.
A. You need to take preventative measures so water doesn’t escape the shower area.
A. Most of the Showerspa jets have flexible rubber tips which help to eliminate mineral build-up.
A. Use mild cleaners without any abrasives or harsh chemicals. To help keep the Showerspa clean, we recommend a coat of wax or a RainX® type of product be applied a 3-4 times a year and wipe off the Showerspa after each use.