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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
PostPosted: Mon 06.18.2012, 15:22 
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birddog wrote:
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i bought one about 10 years ago. i have replaced the pump twice. heating element and cover once. it is due for a new cover. 2 years ago it kicked off in the middle of winter and all the pipes froze and cracked. i replaced all of the pvc last summer. also replaced the sides. they were cedar but were starting to rot. replaced with pre-engineered barn board. expect to use it all the time the first year. have lots of sex in it. i would recommend shooting over the side if i were you though. after the first year you will get bored with it and it will start to fall apart.


my neighbor bought one about 8 years ago and my brother bought a house with one already. both have put more money into them then they'd of liked and basically have had the same experience as you. i can't for the life of me imagine every purchasing one.


it was fun at first. chicks + booze + hottub = naked drunk chicks. then all the chicks grew up and became pregers and ruined it.

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Yeah, our social circle is shrinking due to all of our friends having children. Maybe I should get a hot tub and start swinging.

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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
PostPosted: Mon 06.18.2012, 15:26 
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birddog wrote:
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i bought one about 10 years ago. i have replaced the pump twice. heating element and cover once. it is due for a new cover. 2 years ago it kicked off in the middle of winter and all the pipes froze and cracked. i replaced all of the pvc last summer. also replaced the sides. they were cedar but were starting to rot. replaced with pre-engineered barn board. expect to use it all the time the first year. have lots of sex in it. i would recommend shooting over the side if i were you though. after the first year you will get bored with it and it will start to fall apart.
pre-engineered barn boards.. umeanprestressedmethnks.


this stuff...

http://www.homedepot.com/Building-Mater ... reId=10051


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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
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elven wrote:
birddog wrote:
elven wrote:
i bought one about 10 years ago. i have replaced the pump twice. heating element and cover once. it is due for a new cover. 2 years ago it kicked off in the middle of winter and all the pipes froze and cracked. i replaced all of the pvc last summer. also replaced the sides. they were cedar but were starting to rot. replaced with pre-engineered barn board. expect to use it all the time the first year. have lots of sex in it. i would recommend shooting over the side if i were you though. after the first year you will get bored with it and it will start to fall apart.
pre-engineered barn boards.. umeanprestressedmethnks.


this stuff...

http://www.homedepot.com/Building-Mater ... reId=10051


holding up to the water ok so far? basically treated OSB. I've used a good chunk of smart side lap and smart trim on projects the past 4-5yrs. Good stuff so far w/o any call backs. Looks great too.

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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
PostPosted: Mon 06.18.2012, 19:12 
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birddog wrote:
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elven wrote:
i bought one about 10 years ago. i have replaced the pump twice. heating element and cover once. it is due for a new cover. 2 years ago it kicked off in the middle of winter and all the pipes froze and cracked. i replaced all of the pvc last summer. also replaced the sides. they were cedar but were starting to rot. replaced with pre-engineered barn board. expect to use it all the time the first year. have lots of sex in it. i would recommend shooting over the side if i were you though. after the first year you will get bored with it and it will start to fall apart.
pre-engineered barn boards.. umeanprestressedmethnks.


this stuff...

http://www.homedepot.com/Building-Mater ... reId=10051


holding up to the water ok so far? basically treated OSB. I've used a good chunk of smart side lap and smart trim on projects the past 4-5yrs. Good stuff so far w/o any call backs. Looks great too.

put it on last summer. so far so good


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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
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caulk and paint the cuts/joints or just toss it up?

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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
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^ also the name of a Polish sex move.

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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
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birddog wrote:
caulk and paint the cuts/joints or just toss it up?


no i just threw it on there


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 Post subject: Re: Spa ownership
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^ also the name of a Polish sex move.
AKA: The Kielbasa Kraddle

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