How to Select Your Hot Tub
Here are some key factors you need to consider when first choosing
a new or replacement hot tub for your home.
Determine the Size of the Spa
Spas are measured by length, width, and height (i.e., depth).
How much space do you have available? How tall are your primary
users? If one of the primary users is over 6'2", you should
consider a spa at least 36" deep. If one of the primary users
is under 5'2", consider a spa 32" or less.
Determine Your Preferred Seating Style
Depending on the spa, you may have either lounge, form-fitting,
or barrier-free seating. It all depends on what's best for you.
Determine Your Hydrotherapy Needs
You will want to look for features that address your specific
needs, such as neck jets, upper or lower lumbar jets, or foot
Determine Your Other Needs
How do you like to relax? Some spas come with built-in stereos,
others with calming, cascading waterfalls.
In fact, there are a number of exciting accessories you can add
such as SunBrite TV's, steps, stools, planters, lighting, ozone
systems, covers, lifts and a whole load more. Why don't you check
these out too...
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