Go behind the scenes with Master Spas owner Nick Terrell and see how he installed a Trainer 15 D swim spa on a deck. Installed next to an existing second-floor deck, the swim spa is part of the family’s entertaining space while being convenient to the house for winter use.
The homeowner, who built the deck himself, offers tips for how he expanded the deck and made sure the structure could support the weight of the swim spa.
In this backyard tour, you will also learn:
Installation tips for a swim spa on a deck
How long it takes to build a deck
Potential obstacles for installing a swim spa
Working with an electrician
Swim spa buying tips
Water safety considerations for families
Shop H2X Trainer Series swim spas by Master Spas — https://www.h2xswimspa.com/swim-spas/challenger-series/
The H2X Fitness Swim Spa is a swimming pool alternative that can fit in almost any yard. Installation is quick and easy, taking less than a day to install once your space is ready. All that’s required is a solid, level surface that can handle the weight of the swim spa with water (around 20,000 lbs.), GFCI hook-up completed by a licensed electrician and a garden hose to fill it up. Learn more about how you can start enjoying the warm, swirling water of your own Master Spas Swim Spa.
Download the Backyard Planning Guide — https://www.h2xswimspa.com/h2x-swimspa-planning-guide
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