Coleman Hot Tubs Not Just for Outdoors

Coleman Hot Tub

Coleman Hot Tub

Coleman hot tubs are one of the world’s leading brands that exist today and they are continuing to grow in popularity!

These hot tubs are affordable and made with high quality materials; just a few reasons why this brand is in such demand among consumers.

Coleman hot tubs have a reputation for being reliable as well as being high performance home spas.

Have you ever considered placing your Coleman hot tub indoors? This way you can enjoy the soothing effects of hydrotherapy within the privacy of your own home year round. Integration of a hot tub into a home takes a great deal of thought and planning.

As anyone who has had to move a new bed into a well-ordered house understands, an object that is 5 feet across cannot be slipped into a space and ignored. Only half the battle is over once you decide on the specific location for your Coleman hot tub. The other half is to decide on the construction that must be done as well as any special supplies that may be needed.


Two of the biggest concerns of placing a Coleman hot tub inside your home are the total weight that will be put onto the foundation as well as the level of humidity that will be in the air.

In general, homes are constructed with standard floors that are intended and built to support approximately forty pounds per square foot. A small hot tub that is filled with water and two adults can easily apply two hundred and fifty pounds to the same square foot. That is a big difference in the amount of weight that the floor is structured for. As you can see, it is very important to provide an adequate foundation for your hot tub.

One side effect to look for when placing a Coleman hot tub or any hot tub for that matter into your home is the increased levels of humidity in the air. If you live in a dry climate, this can be an advantage for you. However, if you live in an area that already has humidity, it can make you miserable. Make sure that your heating and cooling system is equipped or adjusted to be able to deal with the increased levels of humidity.

Before your home is constructed or prior to a new room addition is probably the best time to think about an indoor Coleman hot tub. The flooring where the hot tub will be placed should slope towards a drain and be constructed of such materials as ceramic tile concrete, rubber, reinforced PVC, or masonry-materials that aren’t aggravated by large amount of water.

You don’t want to have to worry about bacteria or mold growing around the sides of the hot tub or underneath it. In addition to the walls and ceilings, the entire house will need some type of protection from the increased humidity levels that will be present. Although this may sound like a big hassle, it just requires some well thought out planning on your part. You will then be on your way to enjoying yourself and soaking in your new Coleman hot tub!

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