Can you put a hot tub in garage?
Keeping this in consideration, can you put a lazy spa in a garage?
No doubt you'll be storing your Lay-Z-Spa in a garage or shed so that it's safely out of the way for winter. If so, it's likely that the temperature inside will get cold and a little damp. If your spa isn't fully dried when it goes into storage then it could become the perfect breeding ground for mould and mildew.
Also, where do you put a hot tub? Your hot tub can be placed just about anywhere—outdoors or even indoors when practical. You can put it on a deck, patio, rooftop entertaining area, or even under a gazebo. The perfect spot for your hot tub all depends on your home and landscape design and layout, as well as your personal tastes.
Herein, can I put a hot tub inside?
Yes, you can have a hot tub inside. Hot tubs can be installed either outdoors or inside a house. In fact, it's sometimes easier to install your hot tub indoors when compared to outdoors, but of course, the experience will be different depending on whether your tub is outside or inside.
Can you put a hot tub in the basement?
A basement hot tub provides year-round hot tubbing. A basement works well as a spot for a hot tub. The concrete floor can handle the weight of the tub. But moving a hot tub indoors, to any room, presents some problems that can cause major damage to your home.