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Shower panel systems are the pinnacle of bathroom luxury. But even though they're known for turning your shower into a home spa, they're much more approachable and affordable than many realize. 

Seconds & Surplus carries various shower panel systems that provide excellent ways to upgrade your bathroom shower and turn your next home improvement project into something exceptional. 

What Is a Shower Panel System?

Shower panels are elegant, easy-to-use systems that enable a more comfortable, custom showering experience. The system attaches to your shower wall and has exciting configurations that can improve how you shower. 

More sophisticated options even come with thermostatic temperature controls or a tub spout if you'd like to use yours for baths.

What Do Shower Towers Include?

Multi-function shower panel systems have a few different components that work together to provide the most enjoyable shower experience. Here are the key elements you'll often find included in a shower panel system:

  • Handheld shower head
  • Overhead shower head
  • Body spray or mist
  • Temperature control faucets
  • Setting control faucets
  • Tub spout with diverter

Not every shower tower will come with each of these systems, while some will come with even more bells and whistles. Choosing the right one for you depends on what kind of experience you'd like from your new shower companion.

About the Showerheads

A standard shower panel system will have two shower heads at minimum. The first is the main shower head, which is similar to your average standalone shower head, and the handheld showerhead. 

Some panel systems will also have a body sprayer or even a waterfall showerhead. The main shower head is located at the top of the panel for easy access when you need to get in and out quickly. The handheld shower head is below the main shower head, making cleaning your feet or rinsing off your shower walls more convenient.

If your model has them, the body sprayers are usually located in the middle between the main and handheld shower heads. This placement makes washing and rinsing your body without getting your hair wet a snap.

What to Consider When Shopping for a Shower Tower System

One of the great things about shower towers is how you can customize them to fit your lifestyle. Before buying, you may want to ask yourself which options you consider the most beneficial or necessary to ensure you choose the one right for you. 

Some elements customers consider include:

  • Water pressure and water flow
  • Number of jets
  • Spray pattern options
  • Need for temperature control
  • Specialty heads, like a rain shower head
  • Built-in shelves or other unique features

These are only a handful of the ways you can upgrade or adjust a shower tower for your liking. Check out what we have available at Seconds & Surplus to discover what your new shower panel system is capable of.

Finishes and Materials

Since shower panel systems come in an array of finishes, it's easy to find one that matches your aesthetic. Choose from classics like a stainless steel finish, or go more modern with a sleek matte black. 

Gold, bronze, and brass finishes are also popular for those who want to add a touch of warmth or opulence to their bathrooms — which fits well with the spa-like nature of a shower tower.

We offer many shower towers in various colors, so you can find the one that fits perfectly in your bathroom. 


Installing your new shower panel takes minimal effort and only requires many standard tools homeowners likely already have lying around. Start by deciding where you want your shower panel to go. You can make this easier by marking the spots where you'll be drilling. 

After that, you can drill the screw holes you need to mount the tower. Attach the mounting bracket to the wall using suitable screws and hardware for your wall. Depending on what kind of hardware the panel kit provides, you may need to purchase additional pieces. 

If you have a hand shower hose, attach it to the outlet on the panel once you've successfully mounted your system. You should also have a shower arm that you can tighten with your hand. 

Connect the panel to your main water supply, and test it to ensure there are no leaks. If it's working, check the hot and cold water. If everything's to your liking, you can secure the shower panel and seal it with a silicone sealant.

These are general guidelines for shower panels — always refer to the manufacturer's guide before and during installation.

Find Top-Quality Shower Panel Systems at Seconds & Surplus 

Ready to bring the spa into your home? Seconds & Surplus offers shower panel systems that can make shower time your favorite part of the day. 

We have locations in Dallas, Grand Prairie, Richardson, and Lewisville, and we can also typically ship statewide and even nationwide for many products. Browse our online catalog, or visit us in person in DFW to find your new shower panel system today!