Sitting and soaking in your hot tub is a great way to relax and reset. However, maybe you feel like you are sharing these moments with too many eyes around your house. If you want some ideas for how to create more privacy around your hot tub, you have come to the right place. Goodall Pools & Spas has been helping the people of Pennsylvania with their hot tub questions for over 25 years. We can give you some inspiring ways to get the seclusion you seek.
Traditional Fence to Finish the Yard
First, there is always a common choice of a traditional fence to offer some privacy for your backyard. A wooden fence is beautiful but also requires some upkeep. Moisture and weather can damage the wood. A fresh coat of paint is usually a necessity after a few years. A vinyl fence is another option that is moisture resistant. This is a great choice if you want a fence that is fairly close to the spa in proximity.
Covana® to Comfortably Conceal
You’ll love a Covana cover for a few reasons. First, as Covana says, it’s like an “automated gazebo”. Unlike traditional hot tub covers, you don’t have to lift a finger to remove a Covana cover. Simply turn a key and the cover rises, transforming into a covered gazebo while allowing you easy entry.
For even more privacy, take advantage of Covana’s optional screens. Pull one or more screen down to enjoy a completely private soak!
Pergola to Prevent Peeking from Above
The next option to consider for adding some protection from probing eyes is a pergola. This is a great choice if your house is on a slope and you want a structure that covers the top of the hot tub area. A pergola is also fairly simple to install, which means you could have one up and ready in no time.
Pavilion for Ultimate Privacy
Another way that homeowners decide to add privacy to their hot tub area is with a pavilion. A pavilion can be as grand as you want it to be. If you choose to add a pavilion to your backyard, you will be able to use it for privacy as well as for other practical purposes.
You can make a pavilion large enough to include space for a fire pit. Fall and winter nights are perfect for sitting around a fire pit roasting smores with your family. When you get too cold, head over for some hydrotherapy in the hot tub. Patio furniture is another great item to include under the protection of a pavilion. The possibilities are all up for your choosing, and a pavilion will keep all of your memories protected from the view of the world around you.
Landscaping for Natural, Lovely Cover
Finally, one more idea for how to create more privacy around your hot tub is to use a natural, lovely wall of landscaping. There are all kinds of rocks, plants, trees, and shrubs that add beauty to the setting as well as quickly form a wall of privacy.
If you want greenery, be sure to choose landscaping options that will thrive in your environment. You also want plants that will not cause debris to fall into the water of your hot tub or pool. A greenhouse in your area can help you choose ideal options for this purpose.
We have 5 stores available for you to come check out accessories for the hot tub. There are plenty of ways to get the privacy you are looking for. We have Viking® Spas and Sundance® Spas if you need a hot tub upgrade too. Let our friendly, knowledgeable staff help you finalize your choices for more privacy around your hot tub.