By Team EBLA | Published on December 20, 2022 | 1 min read
After a long day, a hot tub is a great place to settle into, unwind, and rejuvenate.
Two of the biggest challenges of having a hot tub are needing privacy and preventing it from creating an eyesore. The easiest way to tackle that is by concealing the hot tub with another design feature.
Creating a fence is one of the easier ways to conceal a hot tub. You can select from a range of colors, textures, and heights to create the aesthetic of your choice. Fences also allow you to go beyond one material. You can mix materials like brick and wood to create a custom feeling for your hot tub enclosure.
Screens are smaller than fences and offer several designs and materials and can create a spa feeling in your back yard. Depending on your preference, you can choose one that is portable, fixed, or folding. Some popular materials include bamboo, wicker, and rattan.
With walls, you can have them fixed or retractable. The latter can be manual or tech-operated. Both types are easy to install and can be easily bolted to patios, decks, or concrete slabs.
You can choose from different wood and metal materials to create the wall you want. Additionally, you can add water-resistant fabrics such as polyester and canvas.
A gazebo will give you the privacy you need in an urban setting. If you choose a traditional gazebo, you can add plants, shrubs or trees which fit in its walls and panels. If you choose a fully-enclosed gazebo, you need to add ventilation.
To conceal your hot tub, you have a variety of options. Whether it is a gazebo, wall, fence or screen, it is easy to find an option that fits your preference and tastes.