Attach An Outdoor Shower Kits To An External Wall
The first is, must buy an outdoor shower kits. An Outdoor shower kits are readily available at home improvement stores today complete with manufacturer’s instructions. These kits are made of materials that are not only weather resistant but are also easy to maintain. Buy an outdoor shower kit and carefully read the instructions. Choose a location on the outside wall of the house where the shower is to be placed. When done, call the plumber to help you with the PVC pipes and drainage pipes. Find the outside water source of the house and then turn off the main water supply.
The plumber will help connect the PVC pipes with the already existing water supply. And drain the system of the house only two stores will be given on the outside wall. Namely the shower head outlet and stops the lever socket in. Now install a stopper lever to the hole that is under the outdoor shower kits head outlet. When done, set the shower head to the top outlet of PVC pipe that can be 7 to 8 feet high. If PVC pipes stick out of wall more than necessary cut to the desired length using a PVC cutter. Once the pipes have been laid measure the floor which you think will be needed for the use of cement.
Then dig a ditch 6 inches deep. Be careful not to damage already pipes below it now applies concrete mix to the shower floor. Use a trowel to smooth the surface will add to the aesthetics of the place you can use flat river stone to tile concrete floor. The concrete substrate is necessary to prevent the floor from getting muddy and squelchy. Make sure the floor slopes slightly down near the drainage area. This will prevent the water from standing on the floor. While doing this, it is advisable to wear a pair of rubber gloves.
This will protect your hands from coming into contact with any material that can cause damage. Once the floor has been built and shower attached to the outer wall, you can use wooden shelves that are waterproof to build and enclosure around the outdoor shower kits area. For this, you will have to dig in the ground around the floor and use matching locks and straw roofs. If not, just use the shower curtains. They provide extra coverage if you feel that there is not enough privacy.