Sealing a gap between my spa and the flagstone surround.

by Elise
(Houston)

I had a stand-alone spa added (and piped into my pool) a couple of years ago. Instead of the wooden cabinet, I chose to add a flagstone surround and connecting seating wall. There is about a 1 1/2" gap between the top of the spa and the flagstone surround. It absolutely causes no operational issues but it doesn't look very good. At first I used a rubber tube I got at Home Depot and just ran that around the gap. Worked great until the hot Texas sun ate it up. Do you have any suggestions of how I could seal the gap?

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laticrete
by: David

Dear Elise,

You should contact Laticrete. They make some strong products that can help you with your project. They can recommend the best product for your situation.

Their Texas number is:

972.641.3266

Great luck!

David

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