Considering Buying A Hot Tub?

Considering Buying A Hot Tub?

Considering Buying A Hot Tub?

The Complete Homeowner’s Guide to Buying a Hot Tub

From Swim University

Hot Tubs are renowned for their leisure, rehabilitation, and relaxation benefits.  Shopping for a hot tub can be confusing, as the myriad choices of materials, jet configurations, equipment, sanitizers, etc. can be overwhelming.  This post from Matt Giovanisci from Swim University helps clarify a murky situation with this post about purchasing a hot tub.  Matt starts with space requirements, and talks about motivation, budget, configurations and much more.

Here is an excerpt from the post:

Will you be a new hot tub owner? 60% are new buyers while 40% have owned one in the past and are usually upgrading to a newer model.

According to Alice Cunningham of Olympic Hot Tub, most people decide to buy a hot tub because they’re looking for a way to slow down, relax and find balance.

People also purchase hot tubs for physical ailments, including:

Fibromyalgia
Chronic fatigue
Arthritis
Whiplash or another injury from an accident
Other reasons involve connecting with family or saving a relationship. Yes, some believe that a hot tub will save their marriage and taking the time to talk to restore intimacy.

Now that you have your reasons, let’s go through the steps of buying a hot tub.

1. Make Sure You Have Enough Room

Ideally, you should have a large enough space to fit the size hot tub you want, while allowing access to all sides for maintenance and repair.

Choose a Location

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