Are you wanting to put inside the house or outside? Here is info on hot tubs for you.
Here's some of the pros and cons:
And some important considerations about the installation:
Hello. It might be worth taking a photograph of your electrical box and going to a reputable hot tub dealer and get the professional guidance there of the requirements needed for your installation.
Your local hot tub dealer should have a lot of experience in delivering hot tubs and probably has navigated many complicated installations. This is one of the reasons we recommend purchasing a hot tub from a local dealer who can help you through the delivery and installation process.
here’s a link that might be helpful.
I would get professional help. Especially electrical requirements. Also you need to consider what to do with it during the remaining seasons.
Hi! I would get it installed. A dealer who stands behind their product will give you the best recommendations for your house and how to maintain it seasonally. Good luck and stay safe!
Can You Put a Hot Tub in Your Summerhouse?
Most of the hot tubs I have seen are outside. You could add a canopy to it or put a privacy wall around it.
Hi Joyce. Installing a hot tub indoors would be really tricky. You would need to be sure that the flooring could handle the weight of a filled hot tub. You might need to add support under the flooring. Also, you may need exhaust fans to handle the moisture. I would call in the pros for this job. Good luck Joyce.
A consideration with any hot tub, irregardless of where it is being installed, is if the flooring/what the tub is sitting on is adequately strong to support the weight of the tub plus the water plus people in it, all at the same time.
Better to Site the Hot Tub first, then consider the covering for it! Best wishes.
I already have a summer house. I will take pictures tomorrow as it is raining just now.
We have an inflatable hot tub and it actually works great. You just can't use it when the weather get too cold like freezing.
That's what I actually thinking of doing!
That's the summer house. I want to extend it to the concrete flag stones?
From looking at the pictures, I was wondering how efficient the drainage was in the yard. There is not much height in the brick lip separating the patio stone area with the threshold into the cabin. I would question whether this would be sufficient enough to prevent water from flooding into the interior if there ever was a leak, or from basic water spillage.
I would advise to install a patio channel style drain beside where the tub was going just to help be better prepared for this eventuality.
Outdoor or indoor?
I am going to have it indoor so I can use all year round.