Are you comfortable in your hot tub? Do you worry that your neighbors, whose yard may be higher than yours, can look right in at you when you’re taking a soak? That is not comfortable, right? Should you enclose your hot tub? The swimming pool and hot tub contractors from Tipton Pools in Knoxville, Tennessee explain that a privacy enclosure may be just what you’re looking for!
If privacy matters when you’re in the hot tub, there are a myriad of styles to enclose the hot tub that are aesthetically pleasing and offer useful privacy considerations.
Should you enclose your hot tub?
Consider these ideas and then give us a call if you need assistance or advice
- Are you a DIYer who wants to construct a simple enclosure for hot tub privacy? You can add four poles at the corner of the hot tub space, set up latticework, add some greenery and viola — a quick and dirty hot tub enclosure
- If you’re looking for a more fully designed structure, give us a call and let’s talk about what your goals are, how you think you want the enclosure to look and what material you may want it constructed of.
- A hot tub enclosure can be constructed by your landscaper, a local contractor or your pool contractor.
- Decide whether you want it to blend in with your yard or be a stand-out structure
No matter what you’re looking for, if you know you want to spend time in the hot tub and feel like you’re in an isolated oasis, give us a call and let’s talk about a hot tub enclosure.