As a home owner you may have been dreaming of adding a steam shower to your home. Naturally, you don’t want these value-added features to add to your construction timeline or wreck your budget.
Here’s something you can add that doesn’t do either. Adding steam as an upgrade to the bathrooms – especially to the master bath. Steam showers in new construction appeal to interested homeowners as a luxury that adds to their lifestyle and as a wellness feature with huge potential benefits to the family’s overall health and well-being. And according to a recent Zillow report, homes that mention steam showers in their listing descriptions earned sellers a 29 percent higher sale price. Yet, adding a steam shower to a new home is an easy, affordable project, especially when done during initial construction. And when you follow the simple, straightforward tips below, you’ll find that adding steam won’t extend your construction timeline, either.
NEW Linear Steamhead. Mounts flush to the wall, and creates a wide ribbon of smooth, silent steam that brings a new level of performance and aesthetic pleasure to your steam shower. Linear SteamHead is like an inverted waterfall, cascading gently upwards into your shower quietly and condensation-free. So why not apply elements of wellness to help reduce stress in the home and workplace. That’s where Mr. Steam comes in.
You can find more about steam showers in this link on Mr Steam
Mr. Steam quotes “Design can be instrumental in helping clients reduce stress in their daily lives” and we couldn’t agree more. There is a myriad of benefits that are associated with reducing stress including better sleep, mental clarity and improved performance.