Prepare the base for a hot tub by pouring a concrete pad. Excavate the ground, build the concrete form and add reinforcement steel before pouring. Allow sufficient time for the concrete to cure before installing the new ... More »

Costs associated with purchasing and maintaining a hot tub include installing an electrical outlet, increased use of electricity, building a foundation for the tub, replacing the filters and making sure the chemicals in ... More »

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Healthy adults can safely soak in hot tubs for 15 to 20 minutes in appropriate water temperatures. The maximum safe water temperature for adults is 104 degrees Fahrenheit. If more time is desired in the hot tub, an indiv... More »

Costs associated with purchasing and maintaining a hot tub include installing an electrical outlet, increased use of electricity, building a foundation for the tub, replacing the filters and making sure the chemicals in ... More »

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Although the task of moving a hot tub is best left to expert movers, the job can be done with the help of several strong individuals to do the heavy lifting and a few tools to make moving the tub relatively easier. A hot... More »

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Hot Spring, Cal Spas and Lifesmart are popular hot tub manufacturers, according to a March 2015 Consumer Search comparison. Coleman and Comfort Line Products are also well-recommended brands. More »

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Many companies across the country offer hot tub rentals. Some companies have on-site rentals available, often in conjunction with spa services, while others deliver hot tubs to the renter's home. More »

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