Outdoor Hot Tub Enclosure
Who would not enjoy relaxing in a hot tub either alone or with friends or family after a long hard day at work.
Many apartments have public spas and pools for their residents use. Or you can go to a spa for a day of pampering
and relaxation. But what better way to relax than to go into your garden and sink into your very own outdoor hot
tub. It provides all the benefit of having a hot tub with the added luxury of being surrounded by nature.
To create the ultimate outdoor retreat, your site layout should radiate a peaceful ambiance. Nestle your hot tub
within your garden enclosed in beauty and privacy. Carefully place lighting, plants, fences, structures and of
course, the hot tub. Professionals can assist you with the details.
If you are buying a new hot tub, your dealer can come to your house to help select the location. This
professional will also recommend the additions that will be needed to enhance your garden spa experience. The first
matter, though, is to choose the exact hot tub or Jacuzzi you want.
Take into account the number of people the hot tub may accommodate. If you like to entertain and envision hot
tub parties, you may want to go with one that can comfortably seat four, six or even eight. If, however, you simply
want an intimate place for you and your loved one to relax after a hard day, a hot tub for two will as comfortable
but less expensive.
Spend some time in the showroom, peruse many brochures and check the Internet for images and descriptions of
features you want. Your experienced spa dealer can guide you within the parameters of what will work in your
garden. You may want lounge seats in the tub, several different jets or even a waterfall for an added bit of
A well-designed deck is needed to border the hot tub. This gives you an area in which to comfortably walk and
supports the spa itself. Choose a decking that will be cool on your feet when you get out. The non-skid surface
also prevents dripping feet from injury by slipping or aggravating an existing injury with a fall.
Plants, including flowers, shrubs and hanging plants, add to the calming environment of the garden spa. The hot
tub, in this setting, becomes even more aesthetically pleasing and enhances a sense of ease. Carefully placed
plants deal with privacy issues. A well-designed landscape with fencing also blocks public access to the hot tub
and prevents trespassing. It provides an attractive screen concealing the various pumps, filters, water and
electrical connections needed to run and service your hot tub.
As time passes, your garden will mature enclosing your hot tub as a natural part of your overall design. Even
new, while all the plants are young, you will enjoy being in the hot tub gazing at the stars, taking pleasure in
friends and being calmed and soothed by the steaming waters.