Navigation Links
Amerec Finds Bathroom Design Trends Change Based on Water Consumption and Other Factors

Woodinville, WA (PRWEB) July 26, 2014

As reported by Lauren Hunter of Remodeling, bathroom design trends are changing based on 3 factors: smaller spaces, multi-generational access, and water consumption. At the top of several top bathroom trend of 2014 lists, including this article on Freshome, steam showers are enjoying increased popularity. Amerec, a leading manufacturer of steam bath generators, has noticed an increased interest in steam bathing largely due to smaller spaces and an effort to reduce water consumption.

While homeowners continue to want luxurious bathrooms when possible, the smaller homes that many have moved to in order to “right size” do not allow for large soaking tubs, which were largely unused in many homes. In place of the soaking tubs are more luxurious showers that integrate steam to bring the luxury of a spa experience while utilizing the same space as the shower was originally designed to use. This efficient use of space helps to provide homeowners the escape they desire without devoting too much valuable space to larger tubs that use tremendous amounts of water.

When designing the bathrooms with efficient water consumption as a key design factor, steam showers become an obvious choice, as a typical steam shower session uses less than 2 gallons of water, far less than a standard shower, and a fraction of a soaking tub. Homeowners frequently comment that not only is the steam bath beneficial to reducing water consumption, they also note a reduction in stress and an increase in relaxation and overall health. The deep cleansing provided in the steam shower leaves the bather requiring only a quick rinse from the shower head to end the steam bath.

Jim Hass, Sales Director for Amerec, stated:
“With more cities and states enforcing tighter water restrictions, Amerec is pleased to be in a position where our products add a luxurious upgrade to the shower space while helping to reduce the consumption of a valuable resource, and through steam bathing our customers tend to live happier, healthier, more relaxed lives.”

To learn more about Amerec and steam showers, visit or call 1-800-331-0349.

Read the full story at

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2014 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Related medicine news :

1. Lower GI problems plague many with rheumatoid arthritis, Mayo Clinic study finds
2. Early Study Finds Some Promise for Lung Cancer Vaccine
3. Narcissists Often Ace Job Interviews, Study Finds
4. Sexual objectification of female artists in music videos exists regardless of race, MU study finds
5. Soy may alleviate hot flashes in menopause, large-scale study finds
6. Study finds doctors have exaggerated fears when starting patients on insulin
7. LSUHSC research finds HPV-related head & neck cancers rising, highest in middle-aged white men
8. Study Finds Antibiotics Best for Appendicitis
9. Supporting LGB children may influence their long-term health, BU study finds
10. Study finds significant skull differences between closely linked groups
11. DNA Testing Finds Allergens, Toxins in Traditional Chinese Medicines
Post Your Comments:
(Date:11/30/2015)... ... 2015 , ... The recently published 32nd Annual Report of ... that in 2014, someone called a poison center about every 11 seconds. America’s ... human exposure cases. , The American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) maintains ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... ... November 30, 2015 , ... The Foundation for Breast ... and prevention—is joining forces with the award-winning creator and writer of Downton Abbey ... 7, 2015 at the Union League of Philadelphia. , The benefit, titled ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... , ... November 30, 2015 , ... ... magazine, quoted Michael Hansen, Ph.D., a senior scientist at Consumer Reports as supporting ... so for a child’s exposure limits. , The original Nov 2015 CR story ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... ... November 30, 2015 , ... An inventor from Charlottesville, Va., is concerned about ... baby had high blood pressure due to loud noises," she said, "so I decided ... noise pollution as well as radio waves and microwaves." , The baby BABY MUFF ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... CHICAGO (PRWEB) , ... November ... ... introduced two new additions to its industry-leading suite of automated breast density ... of North America (RSNA) meeting, November 29-December 4, 2015 (South Hall booth ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:11/30/2015)... VIEW, Calif. , Nov. 30, 2015 ... been the norm in U.S. medical imaging ... The increasingly popular accountable care payer-provider contracts ... models and, in their wake, alter provider-vendor ... quality-based payments will push forward new purchasing ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... and SAN DIEGO , ... Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARNA ) today announced that ... for filing the New Drug Application (NDA) for an ... release formulation will offer patients a chronic weight management ... ® ) is currently approved as an adjunct to ...
(Date:11/30/2015)... and ST. LOUIS , Nov. 30, ... ESRX ) today announced an early renewal of ... began in 1999, will now extend through at least ... After evaluating pharmacy benefit manager capabilities during a ... Scripts continues to offer the best health plan integration ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: