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This DIY Hot Tub Is The Eco-Friendly Way To Upgrade Your Yard

By Nicole Caldwell

Let’s be honest—the main reason those of us without hot tubs don’t have them is the cost. Sure, you can buy an inflatable Coleman hot tub for $300, but those don’t have the sleek form or sturdy structure of a solid hot tub. For a permanent heated bath, you’re looking at between $3,500 and $8,000 on average. For a lot of us, that price tag puts our hot tub goals just out of reach.

Or, it did. Then I discovered HomeMade Modern’s unbelievably simple DIY tutorial for building your wood-fired hot tub with little more than some concrete mix, gravel, some copper tubing, and a stock tank you’d see used as a water trough for livestock. Best part? Your investment is less than one of those inexpensive plastic inflatables at Walmart.