Do you want your spa to be a centerpiece in your yard, or would you prefer a more private placement? In either case, you’ll want to choose a part of your property that’s easy to access and within range of a water source and hot tub electrical hookup. Seek a dealership that offers site inspections to suggest the best place for your spa, and the installation team will do the work of delivering, filling and wiring a hot tub.
If privacy is important to you, avoid placing your hot tub within view of the streets or neighboring homes. If your yard is small or doesn’t have any secluded spots, other hot tub privacy ideas include installs within gazebos, arbors, or hot tub enclosures built on platforms.
When it comes to the kind of foundation to place your hot tub upon, it’s recommended that you consult a professional installer to discuss your best options. Depending upon the unique characteristics of your yard, an installer can help you choose the best base solution for your needs.
Interested in learning more? Review our five key points for more info on planning your hot tub’s installation.