The following short video shows an indoor hot tub powered up and inspected
by the owner. Notice how the camera not only captures the tub but also checks the floors and ceilings for any signs
of leakage. It appears that the people living here are fortunate enough to be able to devote a whole room to their
hot tub experience and by continually checking and monitoring the performance, the jets, the pump and the filters,
it's likely to last a long time. See for yourself below....
people don't regularly check their indoor hot tub and as a
result, either have an expensive bill or even worse, irreparable
So i just built my own indoor hot tub,and am now
looking for a good external way to heat it.Cheap Suggestions?
The solar panel I built last week would work during
most of the year unledd you are too far north. I used a double paned glass window (from trash)… Made a
wooden box from scrap… A sheet of tin siding and copper tubing…paint interior black with heat paint…
Boils water in 20 min. Cost me about $50 for the copper, torch, solder and paint. Allow water to
circulate by convection when spa is off. It will get HOT.
hotels in london with a private indoor hot
tub for at least 2 people?
Hello, does anyone know of a hotel in London
that has an en-suite or privatehottub in the room..? Im
looking for my wifes 30th B’day and would like a romantic break..she has always wanted to stay in
a hotel with your own personalhottub…
Hi Mike. I might not have the exact answer you
are looking for but I can give you the name of one hotels and a good lead to ask for more. Kate at
Londonnights.com can look into this for you, give her a call. I know at least one of the London
hotels on there has jacuzzis and one that may not be on their website is The Britannia International
Hotel in the Docklands, but its not the most romantic location. You’d be better off being more
central. Try Kate, her number will be on their website. Hope this helps.
Indoor Hot Tub?
I decided to bring
myhottub inside and make
anindoorhottub room. But I need some
1. What is the best type of vapor barrier
wall covering for underneath cedar?
2. Where can I find the right ventilation
system that can handle the water vapor from thehottub?
3. I have matte finish non-slip tile for the
flooring, but do I need special trim along the walls?
4. Is there any thing else I should keep in
5. Thehottub will be placed near an
exterior wall. What should I do to make sure later I will be able to fill and drain
The room will be heated and the floor
suports are very adequate for holding a fullhottub. Thanks for your
1. You will not want cedar anywhere near the hot
tub. It won’t last. You’ll want to put tile or shower stall type backing up around the tub if it is
placed in a corner. There is Green-board that goes up instead of sheetrock that is a special type of
sheetrock that will need to go in behind anything you put up. Sheetrock will absorb the water, mold
mildew and fall apart. 2. As far as draining the tub I would reccomend piping it into the sewer
system so that when it drains it will go out down the drain. Unless a drain could be installed in the floor
through the tile. And it could drain in the floor. 3. Tile has it’s own backing board, akin to concrete. 4. Venting, well I wouldn’t know what to say unless you could place some
vents in the ceiling if your bathroom doesn’t have anything up.
Is this Bikini Too Small For a Indoor Hot
I’m 16, and there is
ahottub in my hotel room on
vacation. Is this bikini too sexual/small?
http://www.brazilian-bikinis.org/bikini007.aspx Wow. people. You’re all telling me i shouldn’t wear it, being alone in
It’s fine! It’s not like anybody is going to
If we take showers naked……we can wear anything
we want as long as nobody will see……
So of course:)
Do you have an indoor hot
Is it because you live in a cold area or do
you just need the privacy?
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See an indoor hot tub in action below through the wonder
of video :)