thermostatic vs. non-thermostatic?
We're renovating and one shower system we like the looks of is the Hansgrohe Raindance 240. But it's a thermostatic system & we've never had that (plus my mother-in-law has one we hate, because she's set the temperature too low). Sometimes we want a hot shower & sometimes lukewarm. If we get thermostatic would that be easy to accommodate? Or should we just do non-thermostatic?
Many thanks for *any* thoughts you might have (we are utterly inexperienced!),