For over ten years we have been delivering hot tubs to the Basingstoke area. It’s a convenient location for us to get to and makes it easy when booking site visits and the other services we provide post delivery. Some of my favourite installations have been in Basingstoke where on many occasions the complete garden space has been transformed into a tranquil oasis for hot tub therapy.
Quite a few of our Basingstoke customers have incorporated Astro turf around their hot tub area providing a user-friendly surface from which to access the spa.
Others have created a decked area to compliment the hot tub that extends on to a barbeque/dining area giving even the smallest garden the best possible entertaining scene. We can help with the design of garden spaces and we have specialists throughout the Basingstoke area who can provide additional help with decking or landscaping. Generally the hot tub is installed first and then the garden completed around it. In these instances we recommend returning to Basingstoke to commission the hot tub at a later date when all ground works have been completed.
We also suggest that access to all sides of the hot tub are available should any service work be necessary in the future. This may require any decking to be structured in such a way that removal and access is as easy as possible. The style and performance of each hot tub will sometimes dictate the access required all of which would be covered during a site visit to your Basingstoke home.
The A30 and the M3 link our hot tub showroom with well populated areas like Basingstoke situated in Hampshire about forty eight miles southwest of London. Originally a market town , Basingstoke blossomed into a busy business hub in the nineteen sixties mainly due to the Greater London Plan that earmarked a number of towns for development and expansion. It now boasts many top company headquarters including the main offices for Sony, The Automobile Association and Motorola.
Over the years there have been other attempts to improve the prosperity of the town like the addition of the Basingstoke canal built in 1794. This however never really fulfilled its potential given that it provided access to the docks in London. It became expensive to maintain and consequently became overgrown and unfit for commercial use.
There was some development during Victorian times with the addition of industrial manufacturers like Walis and Haslam who built a factory making steam and traction engines. But by far the most influential advancement for Basingstoke was the Greater London Plan, which was designed to rejuvenate suburban towns affected by the war and provide an easing of the population surge in London. Basingstoke was scheduled for redevelopment along with other similar towns like Ashford, Swindon and Milton Keynes.
The opportunity to create a new Basingstoke led to an impressive road system incorporating the use of a ring road and a series of roundabouts to allow access to surrounding areas.