If you experience a shower head fell off when adjusting, you might want to fix it as it could possibly harm you in many ways. The easiest thing for you to do is to replace it with a new shower head. The fact that your shower head is already falling, it only means that it has unscrewed screws, and screwing it back will only waste your time and effort.
Replacing your showed head is relatively an inexpensive DIY project. You can spend from $10 to $500 depending on the type of shower head replacement you want. There is a model that can fit everyone’s budget and taste. Just make sure that you are purchasing from top shower head manufacturers in order to avoid similar problems in the future.
Types of Shower Head
There are many types of shower heads and most of them are wall mounted. Before buying a shower head, ensure that the water flow is suitable for place and purpose. Many people end up complaining, because their shower head produce soft water flow that is not strong enough to rinse out a shampoo.
Things Needed when Changing your Shower Head
- Newly purchased shower head
- Soft cloth for finish protection
- Moist paper towel
- Ladder or stool to reach the height of shower head
- Teflon Tape
Steps in Changing Your Shower Head
The first thing that you should do is to carefully read the instruction stated on your new shower head. Some of the shower heads are needed to be assembled and may contain rubber washer or extension arm. Here are the following steps you need to consider:
- Turn off the main source of water.
- Unscrew the existing falling off shower head.
- Apply the Teflon tape.
- Attach your new shower head
- Turn on the water
- Check for possible leaks