When considering whether or not to purchase a hot tub, it’s important to plan for where the hot tub would be placed. You don’t want to find yourself in a situation of having the hot tub delivered and not having a proper area to install it.
One option is to make the hot tub the centerpiece of their backyard, then landscape around it. Another option is to have the hot tub become secondary to the existing garden and landscaping surrounding it. Both methods can create magnificent installations, but one very important thing to remember when planning the placement of your hot tub, is finding an area where it can be properly maintained.
Here are some tips to creating an installation that will help your tub last for years to come.
- Be aware of any potential debris that could damage the tub. Try not to place it under large trees where branches that could fall down on the tub.
- Be aware of walls and barricades near the tub that could scratch or fall on the hot tub.
- If you are laying your hot tub into a deck or stone where it won’t be completely exposed, have a plan for how you are going to drain the tub, and lift it out in case of potential maintenance work.
- Check about local permits and regulations. These could pertain to placement within your yard, noise levels, or other potential factors that may cause you to change the location of your hot tub.
Choosing the right location for your Beachcomber hot tub is an important decision to make. Take time to select the ideal spot that provides adequate support, shelter, and access to ensure that your new Beachcomber installation is the backyard oasis that you always dreamed it would be.