Shower Arm Clearance Required

This is the amount of clearance needed around the wall outlet to install the shower arm.

Since the shower arms install by screwing them into the wall, several inches of clearance may be required. The most common obstacle to interfere with installation is the ceiling, but other items like built-in soap holders and handles can also be a problem. For example, the Deluxe Riser shower arm, our largest shower arm, requires an 11 1/2" radius to install. If the wall outlet is only 10" from the ceiling, it would not be possible to install this shower arm since it would hit the ceiling when screwing it into the wall not be able to rotate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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