Stock tanks are one of the hottest trends of the summer, popping up as creative alternatives to swimming pools, bathtubs, and more. There are plenty of genius ways to use these inexpensive farm staples in your backyard, but one clever DIY is calling our name: .
Designer Ben Uyeda of shared , and it looks surprisingly easy to replicate. The entire project cost less than $300 (with the necessary power tools already on hand) and took him just two hours to put together. Considering standard hot tubs can cost thousands of dollars, that's a steal!
To make your own wood-fired hot tub at home, you'll need , some and , , and a few . Plus to heat things up!
The stock tank is a perfect way to add some country charm to your backyard, with the wood-fired element as a welcome rustic addition. Can you think of a better way to relax on a cool summer night?
- 50LB Fast Set Concrete Mix ($38, )
- Quikrete Gravel ($41, )
- 169 Gallon Stock Tank ($144, )
- Push-To-Connect Fitting ($7, )
- Through Wall Pipe Fitting ($13, )
- Copper Tubing ($31, )
Get the and check out these other creative ways to use stock tanks in your home.