Welcome, hot tub enthusiasts, to our informative guide on hot tub bases! As a dedicated hot tub design consultant, I understand the importance of a solid foundation for your spa. A properly constructed base not only ensures the stability and longevity of your hot tub but also enhances your overall relaxation experience. In this comprehensive article, I will walk you through the essential steps of creating robust hot tub bases, from measuring and clearing the area to excavation, laying a gravel base, constructing a wood frame with a waterproof membrane, incorporating metal rebar, achieving the perfect cement mix, and removing the wooden frame or mould. Let’s dive right in!
Installing a hydrostatic release valve in your pool or hot tub may sound like a complicated process. With a complicated name can come a lot of confusion. Hopefully in this article, with my help you will be able to get your head around exactly what you need to do. You will quickly realise that it is not as complicated as it sounds.
When it comes to building a spa, there are many factors to consider. One of the most important is the type of spa construction you choose. There are several different types of spa construction, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. In this blog post, we will explore the different types of spa construction so that you can make an informed decision about which type is right for you.
I’ve had a small leak in my hot tub now for some time. Nothing too drastic, couple of centimetres / an inch of water a week that I have been topping up.
I thought that this would be a good time to review the “Fix a Leak” product from Canadian Manufacturer Marlig Industries. They have specialising in this leak repair industry since 1980. I know that a couple of my customers have used this product before with success so let’s see how I get on.
One of the things that I often get asked about is using Ozone on a Hot Tub. In this article I am going to explain why you don’t need Ozone on your Hot Tub and what a better alternative is.
ICF stands for insulated concrete forms, which are blocks made of insulating foam or expanded polystyrene (EPS) that are used to build concrete walls. The foam provides insulation to help keep the hot tub water warm, while the concrete provides structural support and durability.
Hot tub tiles – the perfect way to finish your DIY Hot Tub. I always think that DIY Hot Tubs look best when they are finished in tile. Yes, they are a more expensive finish than a painted surface, but well worth it in my humble opinion.
PVC Solvent Weld Joint – establishing if you have a good one is easy – it doesn’t leak! In this article, I will explain what steps you need to take in order to ensure that you have the perfect PVC Solvent Weld Joint. I also have a vide on my YouTube Channel.