Here at Hydro Active Pools & Spas we are experts in all things hot tubs. But that doesn’t mean that everyone is. In fact, if you have decided to treat yourself to a hot tub, then you may find that you are a little overwhelmed by all the choices that you have.
With this in mind, we have put together our beginners guide to buying hot tubs, which contains everything that you need to know about buying a hot tub for you and your family to enjoy.
Take the time to research
The internet makes plenty of things easier, this includes buying a hot tub. There are plenty of useful resources online that you can read through (just like this one) and you can learn more about the different hot tubs that are out there and how they can suit what you need.
Compare the manufacturers
There are a number of different manufacturers of hot tubs now available in the UK, a good way to make sure that you have a good one for you is to compare each different manufacturer, and what they can offer. The differences may only seem minor, but it can really make a difference to your enjoyment of your hot tub.
Think about where you will put it
Before you buy your hot tub, you need to have a good idea of where it is going to go in your garden. The last thing you will want to do is get your hot tub all set up, only to find that your neighbour can see right in. Consider the placement as to what other people can see, and also whether there are any trees over the top of you which could make it dirty quicker.
Once you know where you are going to put your hot tub, you will have some idea of the space that you have. Hot tubs come in a range of shapes and sizes, and they can fit into the smallest of outdoor spaces. You shouldn’t always go for the biggest option, as sometimes this could end up being too big. Think about how many members of your family, or your friends, would use it at once, and that is the maximum size that you should go for.
Don’t forget the accessories
It isn’t just a hot tub that you need to buy, you need to think about things such as covers too. Your hot tub needs to be covered when it is not in use. This not only keeps the heat in, but helps to cut down on your hot tub becoming too dirty too.
Other accessories come in the form of entertainment systems, which allow you to link your MP3 player or iPod, playing a variety of music through the speakers.
If you still feel that you are a little stuck on how to make sure that you have the right hot tub for you, then why not get in touch with us? Hydro Active Pools & Spas have years of experience in the world of hot tubs, which means that you can be sure to get the perfect one for your home.
Get in touch with us today, we can help.