Types of Hot Tub Enclosures
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Before the coldest days of winter cover the landscape, many people take steps to continue enjoying the soothing waters of the hot tub. They are building hot tub enclosures. These structures are added for the practical purpose of protecting the hot tub but it can also provide year-round delight to the family and aesthetic beauty to the house. The manufacturers and stores of hot tub enclosures have created their own unique types and a prospective buyer may find it confusing to see that two similar structures are named so differently. To simplify the process of choosing the right type of enclosure, here are four aspects of hot tub enclosures that will guide the buyer.
Size. The size of the hot tub enclosure can be small or large, depending on how many people will be inside it at the same time. If a family of two children expected to use the hot tub together, the size of the hot tub should be enough to accommodate four people with still enough room to comfortably move around. This is the small size. The large ones can hold more than eight people. Another option for the size of hot tub enclosures is to have twin enclosures, one for using the hot tub and the other for storing the towels and other hot tub accessories.
Windows. The windows of the hot tub enclosures vary from entire walls of windows to sliding windows. An entire wall of window is advantages if the enclosure gives a relaxing view of the garden or the back of a forest. These windows are architecturally designed to allow a great amount of light to come in. But if the enclosure faces the street, it is a smarter idea to have sliding windows instead and have the walls designed and painted to suit the fancy of the owner. Some windows of hot tube enclosures are upright while others are tilted. Tilted windows allow smaller interior space but it is visually interesting and pleasing.
Doors. The doors of hot tub enclosures can be made of glass or other water-resistant material. The glass doors will match the glass windows. But more opaque materials are advantageous for people who wanted complete privacy. Aside from materials, the design of the door should also be considered. The buyer can choose among French doors, center doors, and double doors.
Roof. The popular roof design for hot tub enclosures is the hip roof, but there are other types as well, such as the rounded roof or the shingled roof. For uniqueness, some roofs are given cupolas.
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