hot tub in a small backyard

Small Backyard? Yes, You Can Have A Hot Tub

Tiny Space? No Problem!

One of the major reasons that people don’t purchase a hot tub is because they don’t have space for it. Yet they seem to make the mistake of thinking that all hot tubs are the same size. This isn’t the case. At Spring Dance Hot Tubs, we offer various styles and sizes of hot tubs that can fit practically everyone’s yard. Here’s why you can have a hot tub even if you have a small backyard.


Depending on the size of your yard, you can likely find the right size for you. All you need is a tape measure to determine how large a potential hot tub spa in NJ might be. It doesn’t have to be a larger tank like a swim spa.

Although if you have a pool, you could replace it with a swim spa. Swim spas are basically like extended hot tubs. Except they offer various jet settings that allow you to swim in place. While you won’t be traveling great distances, you can still get the same kind of work in your swim spa that you would in a swimming pool.

Even better, the swim spa doesn’t take up nearly as much space. It’s also hot just like a hot tub and allows you the chance to relax as well.

Fits in Your Deck

If one of the reasons why you can’t fit a hot tub into your backyard is because of an existing deck, then there’s good news. In most cases, you can actually build the hot tub below the deck. By cutting out a portion of your deck, you can place the tub inside of the hole.

The result is a hot tub that’s easy to get in and out of since it comes right up to the deck. It also means that you have plenty of room to enjoy a hot tub.

Build an Addition

Perhaps you have a patio or an enclosed porch area. You can place the hot tub there just the same. You’ll need to waterproof the area, but most hot tubs can easily fit inside of the screen porched areas. You won’t even need to go outside in order to enjoy your hot tub.

That makes this option great for those who experience snowy winters.

Start Planning Your Hot Tub Today

Hot tubs aren’t always big appliances. You can typically find ones that are smaller. These can be easily added into existing deck areas and within screened areas after waterproofing. If you’ve always wanted a hot tub but never thought you had space, then contact our team. We can help you find the right hot tub for your backyard, deck, or screened-in porch. Make sure to discuss your deck plans with your sales rep so you can plan for access to the hot tub’s equipment so that a service technician can make a repair if a need arises.

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