Hot tubs are commonly described as a luxury item, so there’s no surprise that we expect to feel relaxed after using one. There are lots of benefits to owning your own tub, this blog is the ultimate guide to hot tubs.
What is a hot tub?
A hot tub is made up of a cabinet containing insulation and lots of electricals. The size of your hot tub can vary widely and therefore water capacities vary too. Here are some of the best small hot tubs.
There are many options when it comes to hot tubs and often it can be quite overwhelming to ensure that you’re choosing the right hot tub for your personal needs. A good place to start when choosing a hot tub is the size, how many seats do you need? Some hot tubs have 2 and others can have up to 8, so it really is about choosing the tub that works for you.
Hot tubs provide a place to sit while being immersed in water set at your perfect temperature. With various bubble settings, you can fully tailor your experience based on what you enjoy. Find out more about: are hot tubs good for you?
Benefits of a hot tub
It’s time to relax whenever you want
Having a hot tub in your back garden waiting for you whenever you need it is hugely underrated. Maybe you’re an early bird and want to hop in first thing in the morning, or after a long day at work, or even to watch the stars, owning a hot tub means that relaxation is never too far away.
A tailored experience
Due to there being such a wide range of models and sizes to choose from, you can fully tailor your hot tub to suit your needs. Hot tubs are built for longevity and therefore you’ll want to make sure that you choose the right tub. We know that there are many things to consider when buying a new tub, especially if it’s your first one, so we offer plenty of advice throughout the process so that you can make an informed decision.
There are many health benefits to owning a hot tub, such as better sleep, stress relief, reduced aches and pains and a hot tub can even help to relieve the effects of arthritis. Not only that but the jacuzzi features of your tub can help with weight loss. Massaging jets can help to work the muscles and tone them.
The perfect venue
Maybe you’re after a family evening or you’ve been wanting to invite your friends round, having a hot tub in the garden adds a whole new dimension to your evening. The structure of most hot tubs being round offers the perfect set up for socialising and having fun with others.
How much are hot tubs?
As we mentioned earlier, hot tubs are luxury items, so don’t be expecting a cheap price tag. Before purchasing your hot tub, we encourage you to conduct in-depth research to ensure that you’re going to be purchasing the right tub for you. Make sure you take time to consider hot tub running costs. We provide an insight into estimated running costs for each hot tub we supply. Once you’ve found the model that you desire, you need to research suppliers. Then it’s time to compare prices and remember that if a price seems way too far out from the others, then that deal is probably too good to be true.
For an impressive hot tub that has been built to last, you can expect to pay between £5,250 and £19,000. A good quality supplier will be open and clear with you about what is included in the price of your hot tub. This is very important as paying extra for the delivery or installation of your tub really does add up. At The Hot Tub Superstore, we offer free delivery and installation of our hot tubs across Mainland UK, you can find out more about delivery requirements here.
We only sell hot tubs manufactured by Master Spas™, based in the USA. This is due to their longevity and exceptional quality. Master Spas™ are leading the industry.
For any more information or advice on purchasing the perfect hot tub for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, we are more than happy to help. We hope this guide to hot tubs has been useful.