Questions related to purchasing a new or used spa or hot tub.
You can build and angled frame, make it the exact size of the tub, then fill it with a gravel. Just spread it evenly. The gravel will allow any water or moisture to drain out, plus it will support the tub evenly. And it doesn't have to be dead perfect. The worst thing would be the water levels would be higher on one side if it's out a whole lot. As long as it's not too noticeable it'll be close enough.
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