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How To Install Inflatable Hot Tubs?

Installing an inflatable hot tub is not difficult, but there are a few things to consider before getting started. Today, we will go over the ins and outs of hot tubs and how to go about installing them.

Indoor Hot Tubs vs Outdoor Hot Tubs

Outdoor Hot Tubs

Outdoor Hot Tubs

The great thing about inflatable hot tubs is the fact that you can install them both inside and outside. Of course, this depends on the amount of space you have inside. When considering installing your hot tub in the inside, you should keep in mind that inflatable hot tubs can leak. Also, draining your hot tub and replacing the water may be a bit more challenging if your hot tub is inside. 

installing a hot tub ozonator may prevent issues like hot tub folliculitis.A benefit of inside house installation, though, is the fact that you do not have to deal with finding a power source. Moisture will collect inside whatever room you tend to install the hot tub in, so make sure to have a way for some of that moisture to escape. This can cause a lot of issues down the road if you do not account for this.

When it comes to outdoor hot tubs, you have a lot more options. From here on out, we will discuss in terms of outdoor hot tubs.

Hot Tub Attributes

Understanding the type of hot tub you have purchased is important before moving on to installation. This will make installing your hot tub easier when you start. 


Hot tubs are extremely heavy when filled with water and holding 4 to 6 people. The weight of your hot tub is important because you will want to try and avoid any surfaces that are flimsy or can break easy.

Power Source

Check the length of your power cord before installing. This will let you know how far from power plugs you are allowed to be. 


Poology state that you should ask yourself how many people will be using your hot tub at one time. This will affect the space and weight of your hot tub, but it is good to know for other reasons such as cleaning efforts.


Think about the overall space that your hot tub will take up before choosing a location or even before buying the hot tub. There are many different hot tub sizes available on the market, so picking one that suits your home should not be hard. 

Where Should You Install Your Hot Tub?

Hot Tub

Hot Tub

Firstly, you want to make sure you choose a good spot to set your hot tub up. You will want to make sure it is in a good place for you to easy empty and refill. Hot tubs need to be cleaned often for obvious sanitation reasons. Caring for your hot tub is the best way to protect your investment

This will need to be taken into account early. Level ground is also important. You do not want your hot tub leaning or tilting over unexpectedly. Take into consideration wall plugs as well. Try to avoid overextending your power source or using extension cords.

What Next?

Once you find a good spot to install your hot tub in, go ahead and spread it out to make sure you have plenty of room for the fully inflated hot tub to sit. Check if there are enough wall plugs and walk room to maneuver.

Now, you can go ahead and start inflating the hot tub. Attach the filter that came with the hot tub. You should find the place to fit this on the inside of the tub. Grab your garden hose and begin filling your tub up with water. Heat your water up using the button usually located on the pump and a few chemicals for sanitation sakes. Chlorine is usually used. You can start enjoying the awesome health benefits.

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