Decision making has never been easy. When it comes to spas, all the different possibilities can be quite overwhelming. There are various hot tub designs, seating configurations, jet options and additional features, such as waterfalls, lighting, aromatherapy - the list could go on. To make your decision easier, consider the following questions.
First of all, you should define how you are going to use your spa.
Are you looking to exercise regularly? Are you going to use it for relaxation? Or a mixture of both?
When you are looking to find a hot tub that you can use for aqua aerobics or swimming, you should consider a swim spa or larger hot tub. A swim spa has the advantage of both a hot tub and a swimming area. After enjoying a workout in the swim lane you can recover in the hot tub area and get a full body massage. If you would just like to do some aerobic exercises, a bigger hot tub might be the right choice for you.
The question of how big your spa should be is probably an easy one for you to answer.
How many people are you probably going to accommodate?
Do you have a big family or friends to share your hot tub experience? Or is it mainly for yourself to enjoy the benefits of the spa? You can choose from hot tub models with a seating capacity of 2 to 7 people. Our models have different seating arrangements. So have a look what you think suits you best.
Location of the spa:
This question can be a tough one.
Where do you intend to place your spa?
Do you have enough space and a flat surface to place your spa accordingly? When you buy a spa from us, you can provide us with some photos of your spa location and the delivery access through our back garden delivery form. We will then organize and plan the delivery of the spa. This is important if you buy one of our acrylic spas. Also think about whether you want an above-ground or in-ground model. If you would like to have the flexibility of moving your spa, self-assembly and storing it during the winter, you should consider buying an inflatable spa.
Jets and massages
How many jets should your spa provide?
Jets are one of the most important features as they will give you the ultimate spa experience to find relaxation. Depending on the areas you would like to target with the jets, you should choose between spa models with a no float lounger and spa models with seating areas only. If you prefer to get a full body massage, consider buying a hot tub with a no float lounger as they have jets that also target other parts of your body rather than your back and feet only.
Are looking for some extra features such as aromatherapy, music and lighting systems?
All our spas come with a build-in aromatherapy function and you can choose from different aromatherapy scents. If you would like a Bluetooth sound system and perimeter lighting you should have a look at our acrylic spas.
Would you like to have the possibility to buy surround furniture and accessories for your spa?
This is not a crucial question you have to ask yourself before buying a hot tub. But you can have a look what's available to purchase to convert your back garden into a garden oasis. Benches, bars, planters, steps, gazebos, tables - complete your hot tub surrounding with our surround furniture.
If you're not sure which one is the most suitable model for you or if you have any issues, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are more than happy to help you.