May 2, 2014
If you’ve decided to purchase your own hot tub (and if you are doing…choose a Vita Spa model…you won’t regret it!), you need to be certain of picking the best model for your requirements, so here are some useful tips to make sure you get the very best.
Obviously your budget is a large consideration and will determine the size and specification of hot tub you end up choosing. However, don’t just automatically opt for the cheapest model thinking it will do. Consider models slightly higher in price as well as you may be pleasantly surprised to find how much more space you can get for very little more money.
Think about who will be using the tub. Will it just be yourself and partner or do you have a large family who will never be away once you have had it installed? For convenience, it’s going to be best to buy the biggest model you can afford if that is the case.
Where do you plan on locating your new hot tub? If it’s going to be positioned in your garden then how much space do you have? If space is not a problem then you could really enhance the appearance of the surroundings by installing decking at the same time or even paving if you prefer. Add some large shrubs in pots and you can really transform an area fairly easily.
How about placing your new tub in its own garden building if funds allow? That way you will have all year round access in comfort rather than having to brave the elements in the colder months.
What do you want to get from your new hot tub? Will it just be an aid to relaxation, will you use it to help relieve the symptoms of arthritis or as a way of treating insomnia? Do you want to exercise in it? If so you may want to consider a swim spa instead. You’ll get all the usual benefits but with far more space to exercise in as well.