Planning for Your Hot Tub Installation

Backyard Ideas

Every Master Spas hot tub is completely self-contained, making it quick and easy to install. All that's required is a solid, level surface that can handle the weight of the spa with water, GFCI electrical hook-up completed by a licensed electrician, and a garden hose to fill it up. In less than a day, you will be enjoying the warm, swirling water of your own spa.

Inside or Outside? Above Ground or Recessed? The Choice is Yours.

Master Spas hot tubs are designed for year-round enjoyment inside or outside, and can be installed above ground, partially recessed or fully recessed. When choosing the location for your spa, consider how you will use your spa and what location will make it the most accessible and enjoyable for you and your family.

Location Planning Considerations

  • How the spa will complement landscaping and vice versa
  • The view from inside the spa and the view of the spa from inside the home
  • Exposure to sunlight and shading from trees
  • Privacy
  • Getting to and from the hot tub from the house
  • Proximity to dressing rooms and bathrooms
  • Storage for accessories and chemicals
  • Local building codes (if applicable) and/or association requirements
  • Access for routine maintenance or future repairs
  • Power source

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Hot Tub Backyard Planning Guide