Setting Up Your New Inflatable Hot Tub
Inflatable hot tubs are a great addition to many different spaces and the bring relaxation and comfort easily and quickly. They are an excellent replacement for permanent hot tubs and in the same way they can be used all year round, are extremely portable and they are lower in price but in order to benefit from them they have to be set up correctly. Installing an inflatable hot tub is simple and can be done in a day when compared to conventional hot tubs.
This video shows how easy it is to set up the Lay-Z-Spa Vegas Series Portable Inflatable Hot Tub.
Whilst an inflatable hot tub is portable the location is vital when setting one up. The location has to be perfectly positions and free of any debris such as stones, twigs, rocks or anything else that may cause damage to the inflatable material of the hot tub. Ensure that it is also positioned away from anything that could fall onto the hot tub which could cause damage that is irreparable. A broom or rake will ensure that any debris situated in the area where the hot tub will be located is removed, keeping the surface clean and completely flat.
Once this area is clean and free from debris, lay out a tarp on the floor. This will act as the base for the hot tub and the tarp should be larger than the actual hot tub. The tarp can then be used for people to remove their shoes and to wipe off their feet before entering the hot tub. It also protects the base from any wear and tear on the rough surface underneath. Now it is time to place the hot tub on top of the tarp ensuring that the inner lining is spread out correctly. Following the inflation instructions, begin to inflate the hot tub and once this is done it is time to fill it with water using a hosepipe. Ensure that the sides are held sturdy whilst filling. Once filled with water, follow the instructions for heating the water.