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Corner of hot tub on adjacent concrete?


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I want to put a 7x7 hot tub in corner of my yard, but have a problem: The 7x7 footprint will protrude about 6" onto the already-existing pool deck, which (obviously) is slightly sloped away from the pool. Do I need to cut out a part of that deck to accommodate the full square pad, or would it be okay to just make the pad level with the existing deck, with the one corner of it consisting of the existing deck?

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So when it rains the water that hits the pool deck is going to run down under the hot tub . Is that how you want it?

Usually you make the pad so the water runs off your pad under your hot tub, so not to deteriorate the under side of the tub.

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Home Depot in Canada sells a product called Top N Bond that is a special concrete for resurfacing. It ca be applied as thin as you want to feather in a  patch or repair.  I think you could do a patch just the size of your tub to keep pool deck water from going under the tub if that’s what you want

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