This construction is different than the physical construction of the shower. You’ll want a shower unit made of materials that can hold up to the subtropical climate found in Florida. Stainless steel usually withstands salt in both the water and air better than brass and is easier to clean.
The location of your new bathroom may be more open and have a scent of nature, but our installation process is still the same. Gainesville plumbers know these outdoor fixtures are popular, even if the home doesn’t have a pool. Outdoor bathrooms can be basic — simply a toilet and sink in an enclosed area. Others are more elaborate, incorporating a shower with natural vegetation in the yard.
Knowing which accessories come with your shower prior to installation can prevent surprises down the road. Many people choose to either upgrade or downgrade the shower head after installation, but you’ll want to know which size is supported before changing it out. Other outdoor showers may need separate or extra water supply lines installed.
Wall-mounted showers are advantageous from a plumbing perspective, but a freestanding shower can make more sense for an isolated spot. Since wall-mounted outdoor showers are often enclosed, they are able to better withstand weather-related events than a freestanding shower.