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40+ Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas in 2021

3 40+ Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas. Relaxing in a hot tub is one of the best ways to get rid of stress and tensions of the day. The added physical benefits of soaking in a hot tub are that you can sleep better, your skin gets a healthy glow, and minor body aches and pains simply disappear.

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15 Hot Tub Deck Surround Ideas

For designers, the spa or hot tub is a focal point, and hot tub surrounds are used to dress it up and provide conveniences and privacy. Today we look at some elegant ways to add a hot tub surround, or custom hot tub decks to 'frame and set' your spa or hot tub. 1.

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40+ Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas in 2021

3 40+ Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas. Relaxing in a hot tub is one of the best ways to get rid of stress and tensions of the day. The added physical benefits of soaking in a hot tub are that you can sleep better, your skin gets a healthy glow, and minor body aches and pains simply disappear.

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How to Build a Hot Tub Platform (with Pictures)

 · The easiest way to construct a hot tub platform is to pound stakes at the corners of an 8 by 8 foot square. Make a smaller square of 9 stakes in the middle. Replace each stake with hole that's 1 foot deep, and fill the holes with a few inches of sand. Place …

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Decks and Hot Tubs: What You Need to Know Before You Build

 · A flat, level surface such as a concrete slab is the ideal location for a hot tub. If you’re building a new deck, the slab should be formed and poured at the same time as your concrete footings. A 1/2 to 4 inch slab is usually sufficient, experts say; however, larger tubs …

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How to Install a Hot Tub Deck | how-tos | DIY

Build the permanent frame for the deck out of 2x6 pressure-treated beams (Images 1 and 2). Pressure-treated wood is critical since the deck will be exposed to rain and the water from the hot tub, and pressure-treated lumber resists damage and deterioration …

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How do I Build a Hot Tub Deck? (with pictures)

Adding deck boards is the last step in building a hot tub deck. Once the location of the hot tub deck has been determined, it is time to begin building. The first consideration is size: an 8 foot by 8 foot (2.4 meter by 2.4 meter) square deck will accommodate most hot tubs. To build such a hot tub deck, a perfect square must be determined.

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How to build a base for your hot tub. Best hot tub foundations

 · Tips for building a decking hot tub base The primary advice I can give is to get the frame right. Many people are in a rush to start to lay the decking planks, but spending the time to get the base flat and secure is the most vital part.

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Hot tub frame on Deck? | DIY Home Improvement Forum

 · I have a hot tub that was given to me and need help building a frame for it. I want to put it on a deck and need to build a frame for it or find someone who can build it for me. The person that gave it to us had it in the ground but we want to put it on a covered deck.

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How to Plan & Lay a Deck | Wickes.co.uk

If you are going to build your decking next to a house, make sure it’s 150mm below the damp proof course and that you don’t cover any air bricks. Plan the deck to ensure the fall of the frame is 1:100 and running away from the house, this will aid water run off and will help to stop the deck …

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Building a deck for a hot tub | Hometalk

 · Most decks are designed with a "dead load" of 40 psf. I tend to build on the "beefy" side of things so If I were building this I would bump the posts to 6" and sink 4 of them below the tub. For joists I would go with 2 x 10 for the entire project and for under the tub use a "tic tac toe" type of joist grid.

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25+ Easy DIY Hot Tub Surround Ideas on A Budget To Copy

The rocks, sand, greeneries, woods, or flowers are some considerable options that you can keep in mind when it comes to hot tub decoration. Some homeowners are even willing enough to take hot tub decoration to the next level. For instance, they place the tub on or under the raised deck, build a pergola for its shade, or even surround it with ...

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Hot tub load on existing deck

Re: Hot tub load on existing deck. 2013, 03:18 PM. Re: Hot tub load on existing deck. Thank you. I used 8.35 lbs/gal at 200 gal plus the 300 lb dry weight of the tub as per brochure. This is approx 2,000 lbs plus two of us at a total of 350 lbs (depending on how much we eat at Thanksgiving ;)).

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Can My Deck Support a Hot Tub?

Now multiply that 40 lbs psf live load by 49 sq ft of deck and you get a total of 1,960 lbs -- that’s what the average deck built to code can theoretically support. A 7’x7’ hot tub can be somewhere in the range of 1,000 lbs empty. With the calculations we just did, your deck …

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Hot Tub Deck Design & Framing | Decks.com

Building Your Deck For A Hot Tub. A standard 8’ x 8’ hot tub weighs about 5,000 lbs when fully loaded with water and people. Needless to say, this is much more than a typical deck frame is designed to support. You will always want to build a separate frame within your deck to support a hot tub.

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Why Hot Tubs and Composite Decking Are a Great Match

 · If you are designing a completely new composite deck space for a customer’s home that you know will have a hot tub installed on it, the best way to safely accommodate for the additional weight is by building a frame-within-a-frame that is dedicated to supporting the hot tub only. In other words, if the rest of the deck …

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Hot Tub Deck Framing: The Ultimate Practical Guide

Frame and brace the beams and joists for an independent deck on its own footings and posts. The joists are independent of the rest of the deck, as are the deck boards. However, the decking may extend and be part of the main deck. Building a Deck Around the Hot Tub. Build the deck for the hot tub at a lower level independent of the main deck.

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Can you put a hot tub on decking UK?

 · Yes, you can put a hot tub on a deck. Decks built ground level up to 2 feet off the ground can support up to 100 lbs per square foot; sufficient for most hot tubs. But decks 2 feet or higher will need added support. The added support posts should be no more than 30″ apart & ideally placed in poured concrete.

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Decking to support hot tub | Screwfix Community Forum

 · I’m to build a raised deck frame which will support a small (1.8m Lazy Spa hot tub). Dimensions of deck are 3m x2.4m. I had in mind that I would use 4x2 CLS joists @ the 2.4m spans (300 centres) with around 20 4x4 treated posts concreted in and in particular around the area the tub would reside. I would obviously include many noggins.

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Simple Floating Deck

Will this deck hold a 2,500 pound Hot Tub? This is exactly the deck I want to build. I'm going to make it 8 foot x 8 foot like the specs. The Hot Tub is 34"H x 78" W x 78" D. The Hot Tub weighs 425 pounds empty and with 242 Gallons of water it will weight 2,500 pounds.

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Deck Builders In | Choose A Contractor You Trust

Tall Decks and Hot Tubs. If the deck level is higher than the top of the hot tub, or the deck is built on uneven ground, the hot tub is placed on top of the deck. The area under the hot tub should be framed as a separate system, with its own footings. Check with local building …

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How To Plan & Build A Raised Deck | Ronseal

A raised decking doesn’t have to be attached to your house; it can work well as a feature around a tree, in a suntrap, or to elevate a hot tub at the bottom of your garden. Wherever you choose to build it, a raised deck adds extra entertaining space to your garden.

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30 Hot Tub Deck Ideas | Sebring Design Build | Design Trends

Spas should always be a major focus of the backyard, one that suggests luxury and leisure. The hot tub can be made beautiful with all of the solid wood decking surrounding it. Wrap-around wooden deck stairs can frame the tub while adding more natural wood to your yard. 8. A Deck, With A Hot Tub On The Side

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I am building a 10'X11' deck to support a hot tub. The hot ...

 · I am building a 10'X11' deck to support a hot tub. The hot tub will add about 100 PSF load to the normal live and dead loads. The deck will be free standing - not attached to the house. The property is sloped so closest to the house, the deck will be only 12" high and away from the house it will be no more than 36" high.

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How to Build a Drop-in Tub Deck | Home Guides | SF Gate

How to Build a Drop-in Tub Deck. Drop-in tubs allow you to add considerable sizzle to your bathroom decor. You can frame a deck to hold a drop-in tub as a dramatic island in the middle of the ...

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How to Build a Deck | Framing & Construction | Decks.com ...

How to Build a Deck: Framing & Construction. The process of framing a deck includes creating connections between joists, beams and support posts in order to build a code compliant deck structure. This in depth section will teach DIY builders to frame a deck, from installing a ledger board and frost footings to framing the perimeter of the deck.

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25+ Easy DIY Hot Tub Surround Ideas on A Budget To Copy

The rocks, sand, greeneries, woods, or flowers are some considerable options that you can keep in mind when it comes to hot tub decoration. Some homeowners are even willing enough to take hot tub decoration to the next level. For instance, they place the tub on or under the raised deck, build a pergola for its shade, or even surround it with ...

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Hot tub frame on Deck? | DIY Home Improvement Forum

 · I have a hot tub that was given to me and need help building a frame for it. I want to put it on a deck and need to build a frame for it or find someone who can build it for me. The person that gave it to us had it in the ground but we want to put it on a covered deck.

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Which Comes First: Hot Tub or Deck? | JLC Online

 · Q: My clients want a new deck with a hot tub in the center. They have settled on the deck design and materials but have yet to decide on a specific hot tub. Meanwhile, they’re anxious to get the project underway and want me to start building the deck. Is it a bad idea to frame first and have the hot tub placed in the completed deck later on?

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Framing a tub deck/surround

"Re: tub deck..you secure the surround to the wall studs as well as to the platform? Yes. Any photos instructions on building the platform and the support decking? I see your platform, but it is covered by the plywood. No pictures of that. Frame it like a mini-floor. by framing members spaced 16" on center.

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