What Should You Put Your Hot Tub On?
If you have bought or are looking at getting a hot tub this summer then it is a good idea to think about where it will go. As it runs off the mains a plug needs to be within reach, so it cannot be too far away from your main house. A patio is a good idea, however the condition of peoples patios will vary, some may have have had a new patio put down that is perfectly level, with nice smooth slabs, others may have a old patio that has been there since the house was built and it has seen better days.
Wooden Interlocking Decking Tiles
These are great for putting your hot tub on, not only does it raise it off the cold ground slightly, it also gives a flat solid surface to put the spa on as well as creating a nice safe path to and from your hot tub. They are quick and easy to lay, as they lock into place there is no need for special tools and knowledge to do this.The quality finish will make your patio look great and also give a spa feel around your hot tub. It will also be nicer to walk across when getting in and out of the spa, with the gaps between the wooden slats water can also easily drain through.
Foam Interlocking Tiles
If you want to use something a little cheaper than wooden tiles like above, then you can perhaps look at using foam tiles. These also interlock and can be quickly and easily laid like a jigsaw. The foam will protect the underside of the spa and also help insulate it prevent lose of heat through the ground. It is nice to walk over and also water resistant making it ideal for when you get out.
Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Floor Protector
If you don’t want to tile or relay your whole patio then the Lay-Z-Spa floor protector is for you. Foam tiles like above that are specifically size for a inflatable hot tub. The pack comes with a circular set up that is put together like a jigsaw, it fits the entire Lay-Z-Spa range and also helps insulate your spa.
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