We had a new bathroom suite fitted in our main bathroom and had our en-suite replaced through our insurance following a leak.
Our main bathroom initially had a Mira shower which had great pressure and temperature, there was never any problem. For a bit of background I believe our boiler is a system boiler which has a tank. We have an immersion which we can use if the hot water breaks for any reason.
Our main shower was replaced first and initially all was well. However after a day or two the water was a trickle. We had the company out again and they said that since the boiler system had to be emptied due to the installation of a heated radiator, the sediment from the tank was getting stuck in the shower filters and these would have to be removed and cleaned. They did this a couple of times and also fitted a filter to the tank but this happened again. In the end they replaced the whole shower and it was better but nothing like the pressure we had before.
Now that the weather is colder the shower pressure seems has dropped again. Our home is very well insulated so we have yet to put the heating on! I don’t know if this could be a factor or if there is something else wrong.
Our en-suite shower which runs off the same system is absolutely fine and has been excellent since it’s installation.
The shower causing the problem is this one https://www.mylifebathrooms.com/product/flo-round/. In the en-suite we have a Grohe shower with just one shower head.
Could it be simply down to the quality of the shower? Both were around the same price.
Any advice would be appreciated,