Jacuzzi: A guide to small space installations

Posted by Kris Kemp on

Jacuzzi are armed with over 60 years’ experience of measuring up and installing Jacuzzi hot tubs into the largest and smallest of outdoor spaces.

In fact, it’s the smaller gardens that really float their boat, as one of the leading hot tub brands in the world, we love a good challenge.

If like many your home isn’t nestled in the heart of acres of land that’s no problem. The most important thing is to understand your hot tub needs and work with you to deliver and install the right product for you and your family.

Starting the journey
Your hot tub journey may very well begin at home with some online research. Once you’ve made the decision that a Jacuzzi hot tub is right for you, the next step is to call into your local Jacuzzi retailer and chat to one of our helpful staff. He or she will discuss your requirements and budget and will then arrange a home visit to determine which hot tub will be right for your outdoor space - particularly if it is on the smaller end of the scale.

Scoping out the space
A full survey will be carried out at your property and our team of experts will review and determine access points in order to arrange the smooth delivery and installation of your new tub. They will offer advice on space saving ideas to make your new Jacuzzi hot tub look its best and work well within a smaller space.

There are many ways that smaller spaces can be used to house a hot tub. For example, a sunken hot tub - a space saving trick and a great garden feature, a hot tub installed below the ground will fit perfectly into a smaller garden area and create the ‘wow’ factor. The J-210 and J-315 hot tubs are also specially designed for smaller spaces and are two of our most popular tubs.

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