|Posted by Chuck on July 08, 2001 at 11:36:18:|
|In response to Re: outdoor shower|
Put a hot and cold shutoff in the heated portion of the house, make sure you have it pitched to a drain (hot and cold)of some sort(for the winter shut off). It's much easier in the long haul to pitch everything outside and just remove the plugs for the winter. The plugs go before your shower valves at the lowest point. Don't forget to open the values in the winter so that no water in trapped in the shower extension. If you do something other than a dry well, like a trap you'll have to take care of that also. Like antifreeze protection and roof. If your like me you'll use the outside shower more than the inside
shower. Have fun
: Am incorporating an outdoor shower into the plans of our new built home. I live in southern New York and anticipate three season usage. How do you deal with the plumbing coming through the wall? Frost proof fixtures? Any other items that I should be thinking about?
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