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Hot Tub Enclosures

A Hot Tub Enclosure Adds Privacy and Atmosphere to Your Hot Tub

Hot Tub Enclosures are becoming very popular because of the versatility and the huge number of options available.

In the past, if you owned a hot tub and wanted shelter from the elements or privacy from your neighbors, you did not have many options. You could add on a room to your house, which is very expensive and puts you completely indoors. Or you could block the view from neighbors by putting up some sort of wall or fence.

Homeowners are asking for the ability to open more and more roof and wall surfaces to provide a true outdoor experience. The result is manufacturers are creating enclosures that offer this flexibility.

Because greater natural ventilation is achieved in some cases, there are great cost savings with the elimination of the need for fans or air conditioners and the cost of operating them.

The variety of enclosure sizes and shapes is increasing to meet homeowners’ desires to be able to use their hot tubs year-round. As the desire for hot water relaxation and entertainment keeps growing, more options will continue to be introduced.

Those homeowners who have at least some basic woodworking skills and tools have the option of building their own tub enclosure. Their are many good plans out there that range from the simple to elaborate.

The range of options for hot tub enclosures include:

  • Hot Tub Gazebos manufactured of metal or wood. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and provide as much or as little protection from weather as the homeowner wants. These enclosures are designed to be freestanding.

  • Telescoping structures are becoming more popular. The homeowner can easily move the wall and/or roof sections of these enclosures so the pool or spa can be completely enclosed, partially enclosed or completely open, depending upon the weather and the time of year.

  • Inflatable vinyl enclosures are available. They are the most economical type of enclosure but lack the beauty and the permanent features of the others.

  • Permanent rigid structures are available in many sizes, shapes. Depending on the type of construction, they structures can be freestanding or attached to the home. They can even be designed to match the exterior look and design of your house.

Today, more than ever, homeowners are wanting to spend their relaxion time at home. And their back yards are becoming full entertainment centers.

Explore the many hot tub enclosure options yourself and see if you discover the advantages these enclosures provide to so many homeowners.

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