Jacuzzi Deck Ideas

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Jacuzzi Deck Ideas
Decks can be custom built for any size jacuzzi. (jacuzzi love image by .shock from Fotolia.com)

When installing a deck to accommodate your jacuzzi or hot tub, there are many different styles to choose from. Depending on the size or location of your hot tub, you can custom design any number of deck designs to accommodate your needs. Contemporary jacuzzi deck ideas can assist in keeping leaves and debris out of your Jaccuzzi, make getting in and out safer and easier and beautify your home or property.

Flush Deck

Give your jacuzzi a swimming pool-like look by keeping it flush against the deck. This simple design allows you quick, easy access to the jacuzzi without climbing up or down steps. Provided your current deck is the appropriate height to accommodate your jacuzzi, this style will require little reconstruction.

Jacuzzi Deck Ideas
An existing deck may accommodate jacuzzi installation. (deck image by Albert Lozano from Fotolia.com)

Raised Deck

A raised jacuzzi on your deck adds a pedestal-like effect that will turn your hot tub into the focal point of the yard. Raise the jacuzzi about 2 to 4 feet above the surface of the deck and add a few small steps around it to create this effect. You can raise your jacuzzi in the centre of the deck or place it in a corner or against a wall, adding steps only around the exposed sides.

Gazebo Deck

If you have yard space to spare, install your jacuzzi in a gazebo deck. A gazebo deck can incorporate a jacuzzi that is flush to the deck surface or raised. Build the deck and install your jacuzzi, then simply add standing beams to support a small roof over the deck. Use wooden beams for a closed, shady look or try lattice to allow some sunlight to enter for a warm, textured look.

Jacuzzi Deck Ideas
Add a hot tub to your gazebo deck. (gazebo image by Bryan Crisp from Fotolia.com)

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