Hot Tub Installation
Planning the Best Location
Hot tub installation day is exciting, and with a little planning, hot tub installation will go so smoothly you can start enjoying your hot tub right away. In planning the site for your spa installation, consider your preferences about privacy, the view from your hot tub, and how much room you want surrounding your spa for entertaining. In addition, here are the essential practical points to be aware of in getting ready to install your hot tub:
- The hot tub should be at least 10 feet away from overhead power lines.
There must be a solid, level foundation for your hot tub; be sure your deck or patio can safely handle the filled weight of the spa.
- Water should drain away from the spa.
- Do not block access to the motor and pump.
- Consult with your Jacuzzi Hot Tubs dealer about electrical requirements prior to installation; follow the Jacuzzi Hot Tubs Owner’s Manual for your spa model before completing any electrical work.
There are some other practical matters to decide before installation day. Imagine your spa in all four seasons: will there be shade for comfort and privacy during the summer? Is it convenient to get from the house to the spa? Does your patio accommodate a spa and your patio furniture? It’s not only practical to plan for hot tub delivery day; it can be a fun and creative exercise.