Creating the perfect backyard haven for your new hot tub can be an exciting part of your buying experience. Summer is the perfect time to identify the perfect spot for your hot tub, and how to integrate it into your backyard living.
Here are five things to keep in mind when planning the spot for your new hot tub:
Sometimes it can be tempting to place your hot tub in a remote out of the way spot for privacy. But if you want to truly get the most enjoyment out of your hot tub, and ensure you’ll use it regularly, proximity to the exit of your home is pretty important.
The less distance you have to travel when leaving your house to hop in your tub, the more likely you’ll use it.
Give yourself firm footing
What you place your hot tub on is important, as it’s going to be there for a good long time. Timbers or crushed rock do not set you up for long term success.
While you may not need to go to the expense of pouring concrete, consider something firm that won’t settle over time. Speaking of firm footing, steps for easy entry and exit to the tub are really a smart idea, and one of the first things shoppers tend to forego.
No one likes to be bugged while soaking
Choosing the right plants to surround your hot tub with is critical. It may seem great to have fragrant flowers around your hot tub, but remember bees and other insects like them, too! Surround your hot tub with plantings that won’t draw the critters, but will be great to enjoy from your vantage point in the tub.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, pick up a copy of our free buyer’s guide. Just give us a call at 503-533-5603 or go to: https://oregonhottub.com
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