If you prefer to install your hot tub yourself, there are some critical things to know before you get started.
First and foremost, you need a level, sturdy place to put it – commonly concrete or a reinforced deck. Other foundations can be used as well, but you will want to consult with our staff to make sure your placement is safe and solid.
You’ll also need electricity and running water nearby. Depending on your model’s power requirements (most commonly 110v or 220v), you may need a certified electrician to install the appropriate power and wire your hot tub’s control panel. Again, it’s a great idea to consult with our team about the best choice for your home – and they can outline the pros and cons of each type.
Once your hot tub is properly setup and powered, you can simply fill it with your garden hose! Most hot tub models have self contained filtration systems that operate entirely within the hot tub’s cabinet.