Typical showers include the stall, doors, bases/pans, faucets and faucet panels, and showerheads. These configurations, designs, and options change for commercial, residential, and institutional bathrooms and shower rooms. Shower doors are used to enclose the bathtub/shower area to keep water from damaging the walls or floors. Shower bases and pans fit inside shower wall panels to accumulate and drain away water and keep floors and surrounding areas dry. Shower faucets and faucet panels include fixed and handheld showerheads and faucet valve handles to control water temperature, and matching trim or wall panels to cover those fixtures. Seated safety showers feature a built-in, chair-height seat designed for anyone who has difficulty standing in the shower.