Dundalk White Cedar Outdoor Savannah Standing Shower - CTC205
The Savannah Standing Shower from the Canadian Timber Collection by Dundalk Leisurecraft. Easy to assemble, hook up and move around if needed this shower is the perfect choice by your pool or spa to rinse off or for a quick cool down at the cottage lake. Handcrafted with Eastern White Cedar the Savannah Standing Outdoor Shower can be free standing or mounted to a fence or wall and be ready to use in less than 30 minutes!
Platform Size 40″x40″ (102x102cm)
Total Height 82″ (208cm)
Stainless Steel: Stainless Steel support brackets on both sides.
Easy to Assemble: Easy to assemble floor kit with pre-built pillar.
Eastern White Cedar: Sustainable Sourced Eastern White Cedar
Economy: Economy Shower Hardware for cold water only.
Premium: Premium Shower Hardware for hot and cold water and hand held shower.
Garden Hose: Garden Hose Connection Kit ready to install with Economy Hardware.
Premium Hardware & Smart Accessories Kit
Full stainless steel hardware with additional hand held shower plus hot and cold water supply.
Garden hose ready connection.
Stainless Steel support brackets to mount the pillar onto the cedar base.
Handcrafted with solid Canadian Western Red Cedar.
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I am completely satisfied with PrimeFair service. Not so much with the product itself though - but that has nothing to do with the seller, rather it’s a manufacturer decision to have cover without side piece. So, basically you are getting just one piece of cover that goes front-top-back only and doesn’t cover side of a cabinet.
Very happy with this heat pump! the 3 ton seems like it will work perfectly for our 1800 sq foot house in New Mexico at 6400ft. Our summer highs aren't usually over the mid 90's and winter lows rarely get below 20. Since it's almost summer, we haven't had the chance to really test out the heat other than to check that it works. When tested, the cooling portion works very well in the mid 80's in the afternoon to cool the house down to 72 quite easily, though we usually don't set it that cold. It did come with some minor shipping damage: a dent at the top edge maybe a foot wide and pushed in maybe four inches. We just bent it mostly back into shape and it appears to have had no effect on the internal mechanisms. It should save us a significant amount over our propane furnace and even be more efficient than the pellet stove at $7 per bag.