Here we see a diy hot tub build. This hot tub was built in the UK and they used thermolite blocks which I am assuming are an aircrete block that is very moisture resistant.
I have never heard of this type of block but there may be something similar here in the states. Otherwise you can use cider blocks and waterproof them. Backyard hot tubs have become very popular again these days with more and more people doing backyard renovations. Unfortunately, they can be rather expensive to buy and the maintenance and upkeep are also very time-consuming. This DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a unique way to build your own custom hot tub and save quite a bit of money.
This diy hot tub and enclosure build is from Buildatub. The article provided an insight to what they went through while building their hot tub, from start to finish. They included plenty of pictures of different stages of the construction. All of the information is presented in a way that makes it very easy to read and to follow.
Benefits of reading the DIY Hot Tub Build
Discover how you can build your own backyard hot tub and save a whole lot of money
The article described all of the materials, supplies, and tools that are necessary to build it
It also includes an in depth descriptions of the steps that were followed from start to finish
There are many full-color pictures included that help to provide a good visual reference
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