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Wondering if the novelty of a hot tub will wear off is a genuine concern for some people when they consider buying a hot tub and understandably so, as it is a big investment. Of course a shiny new hot tub is exciting, you'll want to be in it all the time and so will your friends and family. You'll have never been so popular! But how can you make sure that this excitement is not short-lived? Lets face it, you don't want to spend money on a hot tub if after a few months it will sit in the garden unused and unloved.
The first thing is to think about how many benefits a hot tub can offer to your life. Yes having your friends over every weekend for parties is great but there is so much more to owning a hot tub than a few beverages on a Friday night. Build your hot tub into your daily or weekly routine. Once you start to notice that your sleep has improved, you feel more relaxed and that the pain you've had for a while in your back seems to have disappeared, you're sure to appreciate your hot tub even more.
There's a couple of other things to consider going forward that are likely to increase the chances of you using your hot tub more often. Firstly the positioning and location. When it's nice and warm outside, you may think nothing of wandering down to the end of your garden in nothing but a bikini to get to your hot tub. But are you likely to feel quite so enthusiastic in the Winter? If possible, you may want to think about locating your hot tub closer to your house.
As the saying goes, "prevention is better than cure" and when it comes to hot tub maintenance, this is certainly the case. Keeping on top of your hot tub water care will mean less messing around. So even if you're not using your hot tub every day, don't let your maintenance slip. There's nothing worse than looking forward to a soak to find that your water has gone cloudy or that your levels are wrong.
Adding appropriate accessories to your hot tub will also improve your bathing experience. We strongly advise all of our customers to add a cover lifter to their hot tub. Our insulated covers are great at helping to maintain water temperature and protecting your spa from debris, but they are heavy and can be awkward to move. A CoverMate makes this much easier and less stressful.
If you are concerned about getting in and out of your hot tub safely, you may wish to consider adding one or two Safe-T rails. Also adding a SpaCaddy will give you somewhere to place drinks, a book or even a Bluetooth speaker. Taking everything you need with you to the hot tub means you are likely to stay in for longer and fully relax.
A hot tub should provide you with many years of enjoyment and there's no reason why you shouldn't get plenty of use out of it. Just a few simple considerations will mean that the novelty should never wear off and that you'll always love your hot tub as much as you did when you first got it.
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.