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Outdoor Shower Installation - Job of The Week

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Have you ever considered Installing an Outdoor Shower???? 

Outdoor showers can be installed on rooftops, balconies, gardens or even on the facade of your home.

Some things to consider in the planning stages are:

* Privacy 
* Sunny position - this will eliminate the possibility of rotting materials, and the bulid-up of mould in shower area.
* A firm level surface is required that can withstand water and foot traffic.
* Accessibility to plumbing.
* Use of shower - whether it will be used for washing sand off after trips to the beach, washing dog, or bathing.

Once you have considered all of these options, you are ready to go!!!!

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So why not call in the expert plumbers at AMPS PLUMBING we can make it happen!!! Call Today on 4367 0011.

 

 

 

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  • Guest
    Sam Sunday, 19 March 2017

    Outdoor showers are a great addition to your garden! Firstly, you’re adding a beautiful design component. Secondly, they’re a unique opportunity to continue to limit your carbon footprint. When designing an outside shower, there are loads of different options for both the plumbing features, and where the runoff water heads, post shower. You could capture the runoff as a part of a passive greywater system. A passive greywater system could be easily used to water plants. You can also capture the run off to directly water grass or surrounding areas.

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Guest Sunday, 24 September 2017