3 Easiest Locations at Your Home For a Spa

The location of your spa matters both in terms of convenience of use and stability. A spa placed in an inconvenient space does not get used nearly as often and a spa placed on an unstable foundation will cause long term problems.

Here are the 3 places to consider placing your spa:


Most of the time, a spa requires a simple, reinforced concrete pad that is at least four inches thick along with reinforcing rod or mesh attached to a bond wire.


Often times, a deck is a perfect spot to place a spa, but they can also be a little tricky.  A couple of things to be aware of: you want to make sure your deck can support a hot tub full of water. Secondly, you want to decide if you want to place it on the deck or sink it in the deck. If you are not 100% sure if your deck is the right spot for your spa, give us a call and we will send someone out free of charge to look at your deck.


Placing your spa in a covered room provides many additional days of the year your spa can be used. If this is your preferred spot there are a lot of moving parts to ensure water drains properly, mildew does not accumulate and that the structural integrity is not weakened by the humidity of the spa. There is no need to call an architect. Give us a call and we will send someone out free of charge to take a look to ensure your space is spa ready.

These are the 3 most common places prospective spa owners want their spa. Placement of your new spa is important to the convenience of use and your long term satisfaction with a spa. Another words, it matters. At Burnett Pools, we tell potential spa buyers this is one area they want to be sure about before purchasing. That is precisely why at Burnett Pools we are more than happy to help you determine whether or not your location is ideal for your spa.

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