Most homeowners, although not everyone, prefer their spas and hot tubs to be outdoors. Aside from the obvious relaxation that sitting in a spa outside can provide, people love what a spa can do for the aesthetic of their outdoor property. Aesthetically, spas contribute an incredible amount to the landscaping around a home. Read more about how a spa can become an integral part of your home’s landscaping…
Using an inground spa to landscape your yard
Most of the time, if people are using a spa to increase the aesthetic value of their home, it’s an inground spa that is customly designed to fit the layout of their property. This is because the landscaping potential of an inground spa is endless, as there are thousands of possibilities for ways to utilize a spa to make your yard more aesthetically attractive. We’ve seen people utilize plenty of creative options with their inground spa, including a long spa that functioned like a creek through their yard, using a waterfall off of a water feature, and spas that were both indoor and outdoor.
Building a spa in your deck/patio
Although the ways you can utilize a spa in your landscaping go as far as your imagination, there are several key ways to incorporate a spa into your outdoor property. One of these ways is to construct a spa into your deck or your patio. Picture yourself sitting with friends and family at a summer BBQ, as your grill is only a matter of feet away from a steaming spa. The appeal of this is obvious, which is why many people choose to utilize this design possibility.
Rock feature spas
If you’d prefer your spa to be better blended into the rest of your yard, rather than as an amenity that stands out on its own, then utilizing your spa as a type of water feature can be a great idea. Many people pay lots of money to develop a water feature on their property, but by using a spa as a water feature, you can have a multipurpose water feature that works as a practical, relaxing amenity to your yard.