Although a large number of people prefer to enjoy their hot tub experience outdoors, it’s not for everyone and some people would rather relax in the privacy of their home. Installing a hot tub in your garden is without a doubt the easiest of the two options but if you consider a few points then you shouldn’t have too many problems. We caught up withto take a look at these options in more depth.
One of the most obvious is access to the room you plan to locate the hot tub in. If you have double patio or French doors then access should be OK but if all you have is a single door then you’ll be restricted to a much smaller model. Remember to measure carefully before you order and consult your hot tub supplier for advice if necessary.
Another important consideration is the flooring. When you climb out of your hot tub you will bring a considerable amount of water with you so make sure the floor will still be non-slip when wet. Perhaps a material such as matt finish tiling would be a good option so the water can drain off easily and it will be easy to keep clean.
If you want to avoid problems with excess moisture then you’ll need to install a quiet, efficient fan. It can be installed either in a window, a wall or in the ceiling. Just make sure you get one that is powerful enough to extract all the moisture your hot tub will produce.
Remember you’ll need access to the water supply when it comes to filling your new hot tub. Perhaps you should consider having an extra tap fitted in the room to avoid having a hose pipe trailing through the house.
Finally, once your hot tub is installed, just lay back and enjoy the experience.