Investing in an Outdoor Shower

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7 Reasons Why You Need to Invest in an Outdoor Shower
7 Reasons to Invest in an Outdoor Shower

Have you ever taken a Shower Outside? If you have, you know that it is invigorating experience that brings you closer to nature. What you may not know is that it’s also a great investment for your home. Here at Cape Cod Shower Kits, we’ve come up with seven compelling reasons for why you should invest in an outdoor shower today.

  1. Outdoor Showers are made with the Finest Wood – The Benefits of Cedar

Why Cedar? Why not another type of wood or PVC? Cedar is lasts a long time in any weather, it is natural, pleasing to the eye, and even has a great aroma! It’s also eco-friendly, sustainable and a natural bug repellent.
Fun Fact: Did you know that Egyptians used cedar as a preservative in cosmetics and as incense? We just recommend it for your outdoor shower. Cedar is also resistant to mold and mildew, something to take into consideration for your outdoor shower. Shall we go on?

  1. It’s Perfect After Your Day Outside

Picture this. You’re coming back from a long day at the beach with your family. You’ve spent countless hours relaxing at the beach, but are heading home with sand between your toes, in your bathing suit and definitely in your hair. Instead of tracking that sand in the house, why not take a quick shower outside?

It’s fast, easy and results in not having to sweep the sand out of your home.

  1. An Alternative to a Pricey New Bathroom

Did you know that the average bathroom remodeling project cost in 2014 was over $17,000? If this isn’t enough of a reason to invest in an outdoor shower, we don’t know what is.

Adding an outdoor shower is an excellent, alternative way to add a shower to your home without significant cost. In most cases you’d be looking at investing less than 10% cost of a bathroom remodel.

  1. It’s Customizable!

Want to stain your outdoor shower kit to match your deck? Want to paint it? This can be easily done to ensure the look of your home is maintained all the way through your outdoor shower. We prefer the natural look of cedar; it’s beautiful in it’s natural state.Most outdoor shower kits can be customized. At Cape Cod Shower Kits, we offer many types of outdoor showers from standard house mounted showers to free standing deluxe showers. We understand that each home is different, which is why our kits can be customized to your needs. Click here to connect with one of our friendly representatives to learn more.

  1. No Maintenance Headaches

After your outdoor shower is fully installed, it’s frustration free which means it’s stress free. No headaches and more importantly, no additional work. You simply reap the benefits of your outdoor shower year after year. Don’t forget too, that unlike your kitchen or bathrooms, which often times become dated, your cedar outdoor shower will always be in style. It’s one of the few areas of your home that you will never have to think about.

  1. Adds Value To Your Home

Each year, we see many homeowners adding outdoor showers to their home. Why? Well, an outdoor shower is not only just a fun and relaxing experience the majority of the year, it is truly an investment in your home. It’s one of the best investments you can make for your home and is very reasonable compared to many other home improvements.

  1. Our Outdoor Showers are Built to Last

In the Northeast, we are consistently exposed to the various, harsh elements. From rain to snow, sleet to sun and everything in between, we’ve seen it all. Our showers stand up to everything and are still standing, year after year. But don’t just take our word; here is what others are saying about their experience with our Outdoor Showers.

“Great customer service! We loved the whole process. We knew your showers before and were already decided to buy one but we also wanted to say thank you and how helpful everyone was.”
Fred, E Greenwich, RI

“The best decision I made this year was getting a shower… so much less hassle in the summer.”
TY, Hilton Head, South Carolina