Cost to Repair Skirting on Spa

Wood Skirting on Spa in bad shapeThis spa / hot tub is in good shape except for the skirting. The doors have broken off, some of the slats have fallen in and the entire wood surface needs to be sanded and refinished.

The missing skirting pieces were filled with scavenged wood from the old doors. New doors were built from an exterior grade siding and new hinges were installed.

Low estimate for materials and labor:

  • Exterior siding for door
  • Trim for door
  • Hinge and latch hardware
  • Stain and varnish, sandpaper
  • Labor 4 hours

High estimate for materials and labor:

  • Exterior siding for door
  • Trim for door
  • Hinge and latch hardware
  • Stain and varnish, sandpaper
  • Labor 6 hours

Hot Tub Skirting Repair
If you are a contractor or a handyman, how much would this job cost in your area?

Low Price: $295

Consensus Price: $295

High Price: $625

Submitted by: jmccoy6715 Concord, CA USA (Monday, June 27, 2011)

I would like to replace the wood on our Spa that is 10 years old. The wood is rotting and the doors have fallen off. Some of the interior wood might also need replacing.

Low Price: $400

Consensus Price: $650

High Price: $650

Replacing hot tub siding install access door

Submitted by: [email protected] – Budget: under $300 Grand Junction, CO USA (Tuesday, November 30, 2010)

I have a 2000 Coleman 106 with original redwood siding. Dimensions are 79 straight x 3 rounded corner this is the measurement for the 4 sides. I wonder if I could get a door to the internal plumbing

Low Price: $300

Consensus Price: $400

High Price: $400

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Comments

  1. Hot Tub skirting has to be replaced – there may be a skirting kit that may work to replace the older skirt with new panels. It has been a redwood cabinet skirt that has rotten. The spa works fine but will replace the cover that is 93″ by 93″.

    The Hot Tub is wedged into built overhang that takes half of the tub that is covered. Maybe just the outer section can be replaced if possible. Will forward photos if interested. Very much like the one posted on this upper page.

What would a fair price be?