Choosing the Hot Tub Enclosures
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Now that you have purchased your hot tub, you need to figure out the type of hot tub enclosures you want. If you are handy, you can build your own enclosure, but for the good majority of people that either hire a contractor to build it, or buy a kit that they can put together themselves. Let’s face it, if you have a good enclosure, you can use your hot tub year round because it is protected from the elements. Keep in mind as you begin searching for your hot tub enclosure that you will surely find several of them to choose from and all will claim they are the best, but what might work for someone else might not be what you are looking for.
The ultimate choice of hot tub enclosures is choosing an enclosure that is completely closed in so that you could use your hot tub year round or one that is open to the outdoors. Typically, one that is enclosed completely has windows and can be as big or as small as you like, these also cost the most to purchase. Remember, before you build or put an enclosure to use, you must have a permanent slab where your hot tub will rest, which is typically a concrete slab since it offers stability for many years.
If you live in a colder climate, than you would probably want to purchase the fully enclosed method, that way you can enjoy your hot tub even when it is icy outside. Warner climates typically use the open type of hot tub enclosures because often siting in your hot tub with a breeze in the evenings or during the day is most welcome.
The most inexpensive way to get your hot tub enclosures is to purchase the kits, because these are complete with the windows, doors, hinges, and everything else you need. It is just a matter of putting it together since everything is pre-cut and pre-drilled. Most of the enclosures you will find are made of wood, but wood is the most popular; you can find other types of enclosures if you are not fond of wood. Just make sure you make sure you purchase the enclosure kit that is big enough so that you can have some extra room in it, such as moving about the hot tub, or even placing a small table inside.
When it comes to hot tub enclosures, you will find many types and styles to choose from, but regardless of what kind you choose, make sure you measure your hot tub, and then decide how much additional space you want around the hot tub inside the enclosure. By doing the proper measurements you will not just have a lovely enclosure, but you will have a functional hot tub area that can be used at various times of the year.
Hot Tub Enclosures
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