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Do you like Hot Tubs on a deck or built in?

When considering building a deck, many of my clients consider installing a hot tub as well. Most of them just assume that it must be placed on the deck. Whenever possible we try to hide it by building the hot tub into a deck, patio or landscaping. This project was done 10 years ago in 2002. Our client had an unusable sloping rear yard. We added a mahogany deck with rails and a built in hot tub. The result was an attractive installation for the whole family to relax. (We like them built in)
Time: 7 Days Cost: $27000 Difficulty: Advanced

Got a question about this project?

  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    I will check out the new post. Thanks.

  • HomeSpot HQ
    HomeSpot HQ Durham, NC

    I like built-in hot tubs

  • Karen Schlese Munson

    I love the looks of yours! We built ours into the deck many years ago. I really like the looks of them built in plus it is easier to access for older people like our parents.

  • Imdbtoo

    27,000 dollars! Hoooly cow.

  • Long Island Hot Tub "Hot Tub and Pool Experts"

    Depending on where you live, materials and labor can vary widely in cost. On Long Island, a mahogany deck with hot tub, etc. can be higher than in other areas of the country.

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