How to choose the right hot tub

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Choosing the right hot tub or spa for you and your SPA SALON can be confusing, especially with so many different hot tub brands, models and options coming over to the USA.

  1. Research hot tubs online
    Searching the internet for information about hot tubs and spas is generally a good idea. Lots of people have hot tubs in the USA and are enjoying the various social and health benefits that come with them. Read hot tub reviews or websites to get an idea about what a hot tubs  lifestyle is like and how it could benefit you. Understanding why you want an hot tubs  is sometimes a good indicator of what kind of SALON FURNITURE you should research.
  2. Caution: buying a hot tub online
    Don’t be fooled thinking you’ll get a ‘better deal’ online. We highly recommend that you physically see some hot tubs or spas before you buy them. The best hot tubs are a long term investment and will add value to your home as well as provide family entertainment for many years. Unfortunately internet deals can sometimes fall through meaning you’ll lose your money, or worse still, the hot tub you receive is much lower in quality than the one you were expecting and it will end up costing you more to run it or repair it. It’s important to understand the quality of your preferred hot tubs by going to a hot tubs showroom to see them.
  3. Manufacturing hot tubs
    Not all hot tubs are the same. During your research look out for reputable hot tubs manufacturers and search their websites for information. If they have a good reputation for quality, you’ll be able to see it. Look out for it. Quality hot tub retailers and manufacturers will provide detailed hot tub product details, technical quality details, where to buy and their service information. Also look for manufacturers who offer a full hot tub warranty.
  4. Plan for your new hot tubs
    When preparing your SALON for the arrival of a new hot tubs, start discussing it with your local hot tubs retailer as soon as you can. They will point out all the considerations regarding an efficient installation while helping you make the most of your new hot tubs.
  5. The best hot tubs
    The best hot tubs are ones that provide you with years of entertainment and pleasure, without costing you a fortune to run. Make sure you check the quality of the hot tub construction. The cost to run  hot tubs depends on how often you heat the water. Generally, if a hot tub is well made with significant insulation, the better it will be at retaining heat. Be sure to choose a hot tub with several layers of different types of insulation, which ensures maximum heat retention. Replica models lacking good insulation will ultimately cost more to heat. Other good indicators of the best hot tubs include a thick, strong hot tub cover to retain heat while you’re not using your hot tub and a solid ABS base. As well as retaining heat at the bottom of your hot tub, a strong base will prevent garden creatures and outdoor pests from getting inside it too.
  6. Hot tub size matters
    The best hot tubs are ones that provide you with years of entertainment and pleasure, without costing you a fortune to run. Make sure you check the quality of the hot tub construction. The cost to run  hot tubs depends on how often you heat the water. Generally, if a hot tub is well made with significant insulation, the better it will be at retaining heat. Be sure to choose a hot tub with several layers of different types of insulation, which ensures in all shapes and sizes. Firstly, it’s important to think about how much space you have in your SALON – and the access to it. This may limit the hot tub size you can accommodate. If you have problems with access to your salon, they may suggest a crane to help lift your hot tub or spa over your house. Next, think about the number of people you will have in the hot tub at once. If you are planning regular hot tub parties, then you might need more PEDICURE CHAIR seats than a standard family size. Although a larger hot tub may not always mean more seats, they are generally more comfortable with more space to move around in. Finally, think about the height of the people using the hot tub. Most standard hot tubs are around 90cm high, but the lengths differ. If you’re choosing a hot tub with a lounge seat, make sure they accommodate taller and shorter people comfortably. (The best way to check for comfort is to sit in a dry hot tub at a hot tub showroom).
  7. Maintaining hot tub water
    When choosing a hot tub, you should look at how it filters the water. Typically, hot tubs use pleated filters to trap any grease or dirt. Most hot tubs have 1 or 2 pumps that support hydrotherapy massage (the jets) plus a separate circulation pump which pushes all hot tub water through a filtration system. The system includes a number of pleated filters, skimmers or filter bags to trap all matter of debris that may enter your   hot tub during use.
    Don’t forget that you need to maintain the hot tub water once it is up and running in your salon. Check before you buy your hot tub that your installer knows about maintaining hot tub water. A   hot tub retailer will provide detailed information and training about chemical treatments and water balance once your hot tub is installed. It’s easy once you know how. Popular water treatments for hot tub water safety include Chlorine, Bromine and for more sensitive skin, Oxidiser. Managing your hot tub water is important for your safety. Make sure you choose a hot tub retailer or manufacturer who can help you with ongoing maintenance and your chemical questions.
  8. Hot tub covers
    Make sure your hot tub is covered when not in use. Not only does this retain heat, but it also stops airborne debris from entering your hot tub water. The best hot tub covers are solid with insulation and have locks on them which fasten onto the side of your hot tub. This stops them from being tampered with while they’re out of use. A good hot tub cover will last for a couple of years before you should consider replacing it.
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