Outdoor shower enclosure are great additions to your home landscaping outside. An outdoor shower will allow you to shower before entering a pool or inside your home. Set up your own outdoor shower in one or two days, depending on the size of the project.
Establish a metal or wood pole in concrete and allow the concrete to dry. The message will serve as support for faucet and shower head. You can also buy a outdoor shower enclosure that has a decorative set that doubles as the water supply and the support post. Pour a small concrete pad with broom finish. Concrete slope for the water to drain. You can also build a wooden deck, but make sure that the wood is treated. If you use concrete pavers, dig a square hole to set the pavers.
Install a water supply pipe from the main source for the location of the outdoor shower enclosure. Either supply facility only cold or hot and cold water. The delivery tube may be of PVC (cold water) or CPVC (hot water). Supply lines will be buried underground, but if you live in an area that is frozen, make sure that the tube is deeper than 6 inches below the surface.