Purchasing your hot tub is only half of the battle. The next challenge is finding the perfect location that will not only ensure that your hot tub is as much out of the weather as possible, but also magnifies peace and relaxation.
The first thing you should consider is accessibility. You want to put your hot tub in an area that you can easily get in and out of. After all, the point of the hot tub is for you to relax and not have to maneuver in and out with a lot of hassle. Think easy and simple when choosing the location best for your hot tub. While you should focus on accessibility for use, you should also consider a location that allows easy access for repairs and chemical treatments.
Privacy is another big factor for hot tub placement. You don’t really want to be able to see your neighbors or vice versa when you are trying to relax. Plus, most people soak in their hot tubs wearing a swimsuit and some people prefer privacy due to being modest. If you have a privacy fence the location won’t matter as much as those that have an open yard. Consider placing the hot tub furthest away from your neighbors.
If you live in an area that has a nice surrounding such as a beach or mountains then you will mostly likely want to put your hot tub in an area that has the best view. Remember that your hot tub is your oasis and a great view could really take your relaxation to the next level.
While all of these things are great considerations what hot tub it may take some time to actually decide which area is best. One suggestion is to tape off the area in which that you would like to place your hot tub and try sitting in that area at different times of the day. Doing this will allow you to experience what it would be like to have your hot tub in that specific location. Some things you may not even realize would be a problem until you test it yourself.
The placement of your hot tub will certainly play a role in how much you are able to relax. Remember to take your time in choosing the best spot and try to take into account anything that may be a bother. In the end, your hot tub is all about relieving stress and providing a place for your friends and family to come together. The location of your hot tub should only work to enhance your spa experience and not detract from it.