– Location, Location, Location. You’ll first have to decide where to put your spa. Make sure the surface your spa rests on can support a great deal of weight. A concrete slab, a deck, or a gravel base are all good options.
– Electrical Supply. Your dealer will be able to help you find a qualified electrician to handle your wiring and connection issues. All 230-volt Caldera spas include a GFCI cub-panel to ensure that every installation complies with the National Electric Code.
– Take measurements. Use your tape measure to plan a route for the spa to be loaded off a truck and moved to your perfect location.
For more on yard prep, check out 9 Tips to Help Make Your Spa Installation a Success and our Hot Tub Buyer’s Guide.