Build Your Own DIY Hot Tub

Build Your Own DIY Hot Tub

After the intense lockdowns and social distance rules everyone has needed to follow, many people have been looking for their own way of having a break in their back garden, including doing adventurous things such as building their own hot tub!

While the restrictions are lifting, you might wonder if you really need to start creating your own water park in your garden, but if life has taught anyone anything over the past 19 months, it is that no one knows what is around the corner.
If you want to enjoy the next season still in the comfort of your own yard, why not build your own DIY hot tub!

If this is something you are interested in doing, keep on reading to find out what you need.

Get Your Base Sorted

You will need enough space to build your own DIY hot tub, and if you are going to start digging up your ground, make sure you have planning permission before you begin your spa renovations. You will more than likely need some decent power tools to break through the concrete and earth. A mini JCB will help you get the job done much faster, but if you are not able to get hold of one or have the space to operate one, opt for a mechanical drill.

You will need some solid materials to prepare your base with and hold the weight of your hot tub’s structure, the water that will be inside, and the additional weight when you are inside, too!

Lay the Bricks

The next step is building up the walls of the hot tub. This part can take some time, as you will need to be methodical and structured in your approach. Using a leveler to make sure all of the bricks are the same level will be vital to your success, and this will be an ongoing process, as every brick you lay will have an impact on the next brick and the whole row, too, so do not feel as though you need to rush. Slow and steady wins the race here!

Grab the Essentials

Once your majestic masterpiece is complete and dry, the next thing you need to think about is the most efficient way to fill it up.
A garden hose will work just fine, but be sure to rinse out all of the residue and debris from building it before you fill up for the final time!

You will want some pool safe chemicals to keep your hot tub water safe, and do not forget you will also need a heating system for that toasty feel! Head over to Elecro, who have all of your spa needs covered.

And there you have it! Your very own hot tub spa perfect for many occasions or when you just simply want to relax. Be sure to keep an eye on the structure and make sure you treat the water to keep your hot tub going for years to come.

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