Question: Do you need plumbing for a hot tub?

Do I need a Plumber? No plumbing is required; your hot tub is entirely self-contained. Fill it using a garden hose; to empty, siphon with garden hose or submersible pump.

Do you have to plumb in a hot tub?

Hot tubs are fully portable units and are NOT plumbed in. You will need to be within a hose distance of a water supply to fill the hot tub up. But thats it, no pipes or permanent water supplies are necessary.

How is a hot tub plumbed in?

Hot tubs and swim spas are not plumbed in. So, you dont need a water supply directly adjacent to the hot tub. However, it will need to be filled up via a hose. So a water supply within hose distance will need to be available.

What does a hot tub need to sit on?

A hot tub requires a stable surface — whether its a concrete slab, reinforced deck, or firmly compacted soil with crushed gravel. Theres also the option to have the hot tub installed in the ground but that still requires a concrete vault.

Where should you place a hot tub?

Where is the best place to put my Hot Tub? The most popular choices we find are usually a solid concrete slab or a well re-inforced decking area. Never the less, you can really place your hot tub anywhere that has a solid, flat surface, you just need to be aware of the additional weight.

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