This Solar Shower a family built in michigan gets used all summer long, and i can see why. Surrounded by rocks and heated by the sun, its beautiful, simple, easy to make and fun to use! To follow our story on Building our own Off Grid Tiny House, and see other great updates, follow us at www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com
The water for this homemade outdoor shower is heated by the sun, saving you money and energy. You can build it with a bit of lumber, a used 50-gallon drum, and a few plumbing parts from the hardware store.data-pin-do=
One of the biggest reasons for solar's renewed popularity has to do with aesthetics. In the 1970s, going solar meant mounting panels the size of ping-pong tables in cumbersome racks on your roof. But in the past five years, the industry has become more architecturally savvy, offering up solar-powered shingles that blend almost seamlessly with traditional roofing materials. | Tiny Homes
Let's see: 100' of 1/2" black tubing ($25), easily dismantled pvc pipe frame with wooden or metal hub (high estimate of $25), two large buckets (one source, one shower supply), and a submersible pond pump ($25-45)-- solar shower anyone?