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Hot tubs come in all shapes and sizes and as the number one supplier of hot tubs in the UK, we stock a great variety to suit everyone. If hot tubs are new to you, here are a few things to consider when choosing which one is right for you.
Our hot tubs range from compact 3 seaters to larger family-sized spas. Of course, your desired location will have some sort of impact on the size of hot tub that you choose but there are also some other considerations. For example, if you are particularly tall, you may find that a smaller hot tub is not overly comfortable for you. Also, you may think that only two of you will be using your new purchase but you'd be surprised how many friends soon want to join in the fun! On the flip side, are you overestimating how many people will regularly take advantage of your hot tub?
Seats vs. Loungers
The hot tubs that we offer come with a variety of seating arrangements. Some will only have upright seating while others have some loungers incorporated. This is generally down to personal preference but definitely something to think about. Imagine purchasing a hot tub with only one lounger to find that two of you prefer this style of seating!
We carefully design the layout of the jets in all of our hot tubs. You will achieve a different kind of massage in the different positions around the hot tub and everyone usually finds one that they prefer and generally stick to. It's important to note that you will have more options in our larger, more powerful hot tubs.
We offer a variety of shell colours on our hot tubs as we know that everyone has different tastes. It's worth thinking about the location of your hot tub and if any particular colour will look better or alternatively, out of place. Also, consider how your hot tub will look when it's filled and which colours may be easier to keep looking fresh and clean.
We never scrimp on quality on any of our hot tubs, regardless of which model you choose. All models come with some form of lighting, speakers and water features but you will find that some come with more than others. Part of your decision will be how important these additional features are to you, if at all.
Our dedicated showrooms have many of our models on display so that you can see for yourself how they look and feel. Why not pop in today!
Most hot tubs have a temperature range between around 32-40 degrees Celcius. But how hot should your hot tub be for maximum enjoyment and safety?
The temperature outside may be dropping but that doesn't mean your hot tub should go into hibernation. In fact, Winter is the best time to use your hot tub.
Hot tubs offer a range of health and wellbeing benefits, so be sure to incorporate it into your daily routine to get the most out of it.
You may not realise it, but where you position your hot tub is actually a very important consideration. The correct positioning will not only ensure you get the most use out of your hot tub but also make it easier to maintain.
One of the biggest concerns for people considering buying a hot tub is the maintenance. In reality, if you keep on top of it, keeping a hot tub in tip top condition requires minimal effort.
We all know that lack of sleep can leave us feeling groggy, lethargic and unfocused, especially if it's a regular occurrence. A long soak in a hot tub can drastically improve the quality of your sleep thanks to the soothing benefits of warm water.