help with showerhead selection for angled wall mount

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  1. southerngirllostinqueens

    southerngirllostinqueens New Member

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    Hello,
    So I have now completely confused my spatially challenged brain. We are remodeling a tiny guest bath with dormers and the shower head will need to be installed on the angled ceiling/wall and I can't determine what type will work best. Since we are using a glass tub shower screen I need something that won't angle out . Can I put in a rainshower that would normally be installed on a flat ceiling?
    Any advice would be Greatly appreciated!

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  2. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    Depending on how much "rotation" the shower head has, all you may need is a straight chrome nipple and the shower head.
     
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  4. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    Rain shower head are designed to do just that....rain. There are way to many nozzles to give any kind of satisfactory shower if set on an angle. Get a good Speakman with a ball joint, use a straight nipple out of the wall.
     
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