If you’re seriously considering buying a hot tub this fall, congratulations! Your whole world is about to change for the better. Hydrotherapy can improve nearly every aspect of your health and well being. The trick, however, is to research, prepare and come away with the perfect tub.
Start by asking yourself what you want to get out of your hot tub. When you think about your future tub, what do you imagine most? Decompressing after work? Muscles or joints that don’t ache as much? Entertaining guests? The answers to these questions will have a huge impact on the tub you choose.
Next, be real about how much space you have. You need room not just for the tub, but enough surrounding space for maintenance, repairs and access. If it’s going on the ground, you’ll need to consider the foundation on which it will sit, which is a full post in and of itself. If it will sit on a deck, make sure the deck is reinforced and strong enough to hold the tub while it’s filled with water and people.
Now it’s time to dive into research. You’re excited and eager to get going, and that’s great, but this isn’t an impulse buy. Watch videos on YouTube and read tutorials online to learn as much as you can about hot tubs, how they work, what they require, associated expenses and maintenance concerns. You’re going to learn about different size options, seat styles, jet configurations and accessories like lifts, steps and covers. Spend considerable time on research and take it seriously.
Finally, determine your budget and visit your local dealer. This is not something you buy on the Internet. Dealers provide expertise, knowledge, personal attention and beefed-up warranties, which you can’t find online.
I help people rejuvenate their health, relax their mind, and reconnect with their family in a Parrot Bay Pool. We serve parts of Central and Eastern NC. I work with the top vendors and suppliers in the country to offer the most comprehensive selections for our clients' backyard pools. We provide more fun and less hassle so you spend more time reconnecting with loved ones.