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    DIY Junior Member Seattle Mike's Avatar
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    Default Utility Showers

    I'd like to set up a utility shower in my basement, next to the washer/dryer area. There is a floor drain to hook into and I think I can get water to it. There used to be utility all-in-one shower stalls, which I think would do the trick. I'm not looking for a full time heavy duty set up, just something that could be used now and then.

    Any ideas where I go finding something like this? McLendon's in Renton WA used to carry one, but they don't anymore.

    Thanks!

    Seattle Mike

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    We get asked for these maybe once a year.

    http://www.mustee.com/durastall.shtml

    I think Home Depot has a couple models in stock.
    Last edited by Lancaster; 12-13-2005 at 06:09 PM.

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    DIY Senior Member Mike Swearingen's Avatar
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    You should be able to "T" right into the hot and cold water supply lines of the washing machine (install cut-off valves for the shower), and depending upon your basement set-up, drain directly to the trapped floor drain without a shower trap, drain line and vent line for the shower kit.
    Mike

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