MUM-OF-HAI created its own hot tub shelter, saving hundreds of people by doing the job itself.
Simone Fennelly, 35, from Essex tells the community to save money LatestDeals.co.uk She decided to build the shelter after she spent a lot of time in the garden after locking the door.
The mother said they decided to focus on making their garden as appealing as possible, which meant building a gorgeous cover for her hot tub at her home.
Simone, share her DIY journey on Instagram with a handle fenn.fam, said as the weather turns cooler, she wants to make sure the hot tub is protected.
She did some research and saw how expensive these structures could be.
She said: “I searched the internet to see how much these types of structures would cost and how high the price is – for the one I wanted, I would return £500!
“I just laughed at what they did, I would never pay that amount.
“Instead, I did a sketch based on a couple I saw and the kids added some bits, such as steps for Aimee and crochet for Keira.
“And of course John wants somewhere to keep a glass of cold water.”
Simone shopped on the Wickes website and decided to buy two 6x6ft fence panels for £54.
“Those who want to do a similar project might prefer to buy one 6x6ft and two 3x3ft panels, but it would be cheaper to buy two 6x6ft panels and cut it in half!” she said.
In addition to the fence panels, she bought a package of corrugated iron roofs for £32, fence paint for £21 and screws for £6.
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The savvy saver then framed her structure using fence panels.
“Then I framed the roof and the floor,” she said. To add support, I added corner struts.
“A middle pillar has been added on the roof for strength. I cut the rugs to size and fitted them.
“Then I added the roof slats. I painted the entire structure in slate gray, using two coats of paint.
“With the remaining planks and slats from the main project, I took the steps.
“Then I measured the space, made the frame out of wood, and added slats to cover the frame. It is also painted gray. “
She finished it all off with some pretty lights already in her garden.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17064450/saved-hundreds-building-own-hot-tub-shelter/ I saved hundreds of pounds by building my own hot tub shelter in the garden