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Old 05-12-2011, 02:47 PM  
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I broke my back and want to put my portable hot tub inside my family room. The hot tub is 7' x 7'

does anyone here know how I can do this?
I know ventilation is an issues. I was hoping a horizontal window fan would work?
Do I need any special paint for the walls?

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Unless the floor was designed to hold that much weight, having it inside may not be the best plan.

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Old 05-15-2011, 10:43 AM  
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You will need more than a window fan. There are fans made for this. Some paints do have vapour barrier qualities but as Joe points out if you have a wood floor that will be the biggest problem.
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I can speak from experience that adding an indoor hot tub is a tricky situation
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you should check your paint out. It could cause mold unless you have excellent ventilation.
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make sure the surface is clean before painting it, use semi gloss not water based of course,
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Old 11-02-2011, 03:32 AM  
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Down in the basement you should be very careful about ventilation, putting a hot tub in without enough ventilation will cause mildew problems.
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I would never put a hot tub in the livable space inside my home. Last time when i was shopping for a move-up house we i saw the seller's hot tub in his family room. The smell when we came through the front door reminded me of a chlorine-heavy, and poorly maintained Holidome.

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