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So you've just purchased the hot tubs of your dreams that you know will be the envy of your friends. Have any ideas on how you will enclose it? There are many solid arguements on why you should enclose your hot tub. Fortunately, there are also several ideas for enclosing your hot tub including fencing, wood roofs, gazebos and using screens. The location of your hot tub, will help determine what type of enclosure to use. If its outdoors, you want to protect your investment from bugs and rain from entering and damaging your hot tub. Contamination is one of the most common reasons having to replace hot tubs.

Depending on your location and climate, you may find that it makes the most sense to completely enclose your outdoor sauna, with screens and a door to prevent any debris or insects from entering the hot tub whatsoever. There are many woodworking plans available that will enable a talented craftsman to build their own enclosure. This is cost effective yet it will require a commitment to finish the project. Whether you prefer to build your own enclosure or purchase one that simply requires assembly, you will find that enclosing your tub will have a direct effect on how much enjoyment you derive from your tub.

Indoor-outdoor enclosures abound and there are many styles available. If privacy is a concern, then you may choose to close all windows in with a darker tinted screen. If your backyard is already secluded with a privacy fence, then you may not require that your hot tub is shielded from view. You can choose gazebo style enclosures in a number of different wood finishes. These look beautiful and are functional as well. Cedar is a common wood used to create enclosures and Cedar is a natural mild insect repellant. It is used in many outdoor furnishings, for hanging plant containers, and makes a great outdoor tub enclosure.

So now for the finishing touches. You have your sauna, you have your enclosure. Have you added a bit of your personality to it? There are plenty of ideas for your little bit of backyard paradise, including decorative plants, flowers or pictures. You could decide to go with a theme such as a tropical motif or even a nautical one, so every time you are in your time, its like you're at a tropical resort.

Just remember though, if you decide to use plants or flower, ensure you take the proper steps to ensure that bugs don't get to your plants. One of the reasons you built the enclosure was for protection of your hot tub from bugs.

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