How Do You Turn An Old Hot Tub Into A Water Feature?
My hot tub isn’t that old yet so I don’t need to turn it into a water feature. The only thing I would do for it is to buy a new cover. Right there I found a website related to hot tub covers and some models do look really well.
Do you have an old hot tub that’s ready for the landfill? Save the environment and recycle it into a beautiful water feature! Here is a step-by-step guide to show you how you can turn that old jacuzzi into an aquatic doozy! • Remove the hot tub shell from cabinet housing and disconnect the hoses from the pump/motor. • Dig a hole in the ground that is large enough for the hot tub shell. The Edge of the shell should be 3″ above the ground, so as to prevent rain water from running into the finished water feature. • Place the hot tub shell into the hole. There is no need to remove any of the hoses, plumbing, or lights from the shell, as they will not be used. • Use a long board and level to make sure that all sides of the shell are level (water will always be level and pond will appear unlevel if this is not achieved before adding the water). Backfill the shell with dirt only until level is achieved. Do not over water the backfill, or the shell is likely to float. • Line the shell with an