You have purchased a hot tub and a quality hot tub cover, now you have to make your hot tub blend into your local landscape this can can make all the difference to your hot tub. When you are planning the ideal location for your hot tub, take these very important aspects into consideration. The location must be able to withstand the weight of the spa and be convenient to the house.
The next considerations to bear in mind are materials to be use for the surround to your hot tub. Hard surfaces such as wood, stone, marble or concrete flags. Make sure the surfaces you intend to use are not slippery when they become wet. If you use a loose surface like shingle, pebble or even grass you will find that particles from the surface will find their way into your hot tub. Resulting in blocked filters and at the very least an uncomfortable surface to walk on.
To protect yourself from the wind in your hot tub, consider some form of wind block. If you wish to incorporate more natural feel to your hot tub then consider shrubs and flowerbeds along with waterfalls Fountains. It is also worth considering an enclosure for your hot tub if you have a variety of weathers you wish to use your hot tub. In the winter months you could need protection from the wind or the snow or even the wind.
Whatever your design criteria are always make a plan and try to obtain professional opinions and plans to ensure the surroundings of your tub of beneficial for its use. Specialist hot tub landscapers of the best companies to approach but a good general landscaper will come up with a professional plan.
Always consider the safety aspect of your hot tub, this includes animals and small children falling into an uncovered tub. Hot tub covers need to be sturdy to withstand a child jumping or walking on top of your tub. Covers also stop debris from the wind and the local trees from entering the water.