To determine whether hot tubs are a good investment before you decide to buy, consider the benefits you hope to achieve and weigh those against the various costs.
While buying a hot tub can require thoughtful planning, this guide will help you make an informed decision by figuring out which factors are most important to you.
The true cost of a hot tub is a balance between the actual price tag and the years of connection and enjoyment it can bring to your life.
Here we’ll explain those hot tub price factors and provide the typical price ranges you will see when shopping for a spa of your own.
If you’re looking to invest in a hot tub, now might be the best time. Hot Spring® is promoting financing at participating dealers.
If you own a spa, or know how to maintain a hot tub, a self-cleaning spa probably sounds amazing. You mean I don’t have to measure and pour spa chemicals? The hot tub just cleans and takes care of itself? Sign me up! Not so fast. While a self-cleaning hot tub sounds great, the reality isn’t so clear-cut.
A hot tub is a big investment that requires careful thought and planning. Once you decide to take the plunge, many factors go into deciding which spa will be “the one.” Where will you enjoy the spa? What do you want to spend? Is the hot tub for solo relaxation or family connection? So many important considerations go into your purchase process!
In its basic form, hydrotherapy is a type of warm or cold water massage that helps relieve pain. Hydrotherapy uses the temperature and pressure of water to offer relief from symptoms. While hydrotherapy can take many forms, often it uses under water jetted massage (as in a hot tub).