Creating a Budget for Your Hot Tub Installation

Are you thinking about buying a hot tub?

If so, we can’t say that we blame you! Soaking in a hot tub on a regular basis can result in many health benefits.

Not to mention that the right installation can make a wonderful asset to your backyard, improving not only the aesthetics and functionality but the value too!

Before we get too ahead of ourselves, every larger home project requires a budget. In this article, we’re going to walk you through the different areas that should be budgeted for and help you create one.

Short-Term and Long-Term Budget

You should budget for both the initial purchase and the long-term care and maintenance of your hot tub and backyard installation.

Long-Term Budget/backyard/

  • Hot tub chemicals
  • Hot tub cleaning
  • Hot tub repair
  • Operational costs
  • Backyard upgrades
  • Backyard accessories
  • Hot tub supplies

Short-Term Budget

  • Hot tub
  • Hot tub cover
  • Hot tub cover lifter
  • Hot tub installation
  • Hot tub delivery
  • Hot tub accessories
  • Backyard upgrades
  • Backyard accessories
  • Hot tub supplies
  • Landscaping
  • Exterior lighting

Your Wants and Needs

You may find it useful to divide the items included in your budget into two different sections: wants and needs. If your budget is cutting a little close, you may want to reconsider some of your wants and focus your resources on the needs.

This will help to ensure that the most important costs are taken care of comfortably, such as the initial cost of the hot tub and chemicals, while some of the optional costs can be taken care of at a later date, like backyard furniture or outdoor lighting.

Installation and Landscaping

What kind of installation do you want? Would you like to simply install your hot tub above ground in the middle of your backyard?

Or are you planning a built-in installation, where your hot tub is attached to the deck or patio section of your backyard? The kind of installation you plan on having can greatly affect the overall cost.

Once your hot tub has been delivered and installed, you may want to revamp the landscaping. This can include flower gardens, stepping stones, pathways, exterior lighting, water features, or new grass.

Hot Tubs in Southeastern Pennsylvania

Is it time to begin your backyard hot tub installation? The experts at Jacuzzi Hot Tubs of SEPA would be more than happy to help!

Our team of backyard living specialists can help you find the right hot tub for your lifestyle, at the perfect price point!

Not only that, but we can also help you accessorize your backyard installation and find all the right chemicals to keep the water safe and sanitary.

To get started, contact your local hot tub store today. We have four convenient locations, including hot tub stores in Haverford, Wilmington, Exton, and Doylestown.

We have a wide selection of Jacuzzi hot tubs, Hydropool Swim Spas, saunas and maintenance services available to you, including hot tub cleaning and hot tub repair.

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