A major cost in upgrading to a steam shower involves the curve of the stall. In particular, the curvature and slope of a shower ceiling is important to the distribution of steam. Steam is not maximised "if the shower ceiling is flat," states an article in Fine Home Building magazine. A curved ceiling, however, makes condensation distribution more even.
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Steam showers are not popular with some people due to phobias. Steam can cloud and prohibit vision--making you feel enclosed. Even shower stall doors made of acrylic and/or fibreglass will become fogged. Because of this, according to Fine Home Building, "some people find being enveloped in steam too claustrophobic".
An average steam shower should cost a homeowner approximately £1,300. Fine Home Building states that this cost can be but the beginning of expenditures, depending upon the elegance of the shower design. A vapour barrier and/or bath fan can be additional help in distributing moisture and steam.
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