Nobody really needs a hot tub spa; but nearly everyone wants one. A hot tub spa is pure indulgence and unabashed luxury; it is an investment in your leisure, a direction for your down-time, an avenue for your relaxation. A hot tub spa encourages you to take time for yourself, to enjoy worthwhile interludes with your family and friends, to ease away your tension, to eliminate your aches and pains and to eradicate the soul-sucking grind of day after day after day on the same relentless work schedule.
There are a variety of hot tub spas on the market; the most ubiquitous and popular being the portable spa with an acrylic interior shell. These spas can be installed easily, moved when necessary, and offer a huge range of hydrotherapeutic features. They are attractive, hard-wearing and easy to maintain. Portable spas come with an assortment of cabinet options, including treated wood, faux stone or brick, resin or other weatherproof synthetic alternatives. Portable spas also come in every shape and size and will accommodate from one to ten or more people.
Another choice is a soft or inflatable tub. This is an ideal solution for someone who has limited space, lives in a rental property, has a limited budget and is looking for a low cost temporary tub. An inflatable tub can potentially be used in or outdoors, and, since it deflates, it is easily transported. Inflatable tubs can even be taken to a party or on a family camping trip.
Some opt for a built-in option; hot tub spas can become permanent features of your home. You will need the help of a qualified contractor to help you determine the best location and alternatives for your taste and needs if this is something you are considering.
BEFORE YOU BUY
Consider Your Options:
An Electrifying Question- Which is better for your hot tub spa? 110 or 220 volt? There are a few things to consider when you are trying to decide if you want to go the 110v or 220v route.
Number of Seats – How big does your hot tub spa need to be? Think about who will, realistically, be using it. If you have a large family or you are a party animal, you will want to go for maximum accommodation. If you are single, or shy, you may just need one or two places to sit or lie down. Bigger is not better; smaller tubs will deliver just as much satisfaction as larger tubs – so get the size that suits you and your lifestyle best.
Number and Kind of Jets – Hot tub spas can come with any number of jets; and they all have various purposes and specializations. To avoid jet confusion and overload when you are shopping for your hot tub spa, consider the experience you hope to have. If you are anticipating a deep tissue massage effect, think about the placement and power of the jets. Do you want the focus on your neck, your shoulders, your lower back or your feet? Do you want to be able to adjust the position of the jets to maximize their impact? Maybe you are more interested in a gentle, bubbling soak; the number of and power behind your jets doesn’t have to be as strong. Tell your hot tub spa professional about the experience you prefer and allow him or her to help you plan the ideal configuration.
You want a spa for relaxation, but you also want a pool you can use for exercise. The swim spa is your one-stop-shop; you can work out and then sit back and unwind. The swim spa is designed to give you all the benefits of swimming, walking, jogging, running, rowing, strength training, and stretching – all with no impact.
If you have any questions about our products, feel free to call us at 02 888 10 333 and we will be happy to assist you.