Choosing your hot tub location may be the most important decision you make regarding your new spa. Fortunately, there are a number of locations which are suitable for hot tub installation. Before you choose your hot tub, you will have to decide whether you want to locate it indoors or outdoors. Once you have decided between the two, you can make your exact decision as to where you want it located. In order to help you determine which location is best, we have compiled a list of benefits associated with each location:
As you can see there are advantages and disadvantages of each type of hot tub. Once you have determined whether you want an indoor or outdoor model, you can decide where exactly you want it to be located. It is a good idea to leave at least 4 feet of space around the hot tub design in order to ensure there is adequate space for movement, possible external pumps, gazebos, patio chairs or other patio décor around the spa.
Choose your location wisely. The location of your hot tub will have a huge impact on your overall satisfaction with the unit. Discuss the benefits with the manufacturer or hot tub supplier to be certain you're making the right decision.