Spas come in a variety of shapes, sizes and models. Some have seating for 6 or 7 people and many powerful jets, others are small and intimate, while still others have entertainment features like wireless television and sound systems. How do you know which model is for you without having to get in each and every model at the showroom? Make your decision a little easier by asking yourself a few simple questions. Understanding how you plan on using your new spa can help you more clearly identify the perfect one to fit your needs and your budget.
Size Does Matter – You may have already decided that you want a small model since it’s only you and your spouse that plan on using the spa. Maybe you have your heart set on the deluxe model that seats 7, as you plan on having friends and family over often, for parties and fun. Decide beforehand – realistically – who is going to be spending the most time in the hot tub and make a decision based on that information. It’s easy to get side tracked in the showroom, but keep in mind, size does matter and you may not have the space for the model you want. Do yourself a favor and measure beforehand, to avoid buying too much spa.
Entertainment, Health and Relaxation – Every spa, regardless of what you plan on using it for, provides relaxation, health benefits and entertainment. But you can enhance these attributes by choosing the right spa for the right purpose. In other words, if you are looking to entertain, you may want to look into spas that offer entertainment systems. Whether it’s to watch television or listen to music, today’s spas are packed with features that make it easy to relax in comfort. For hydrotherapy and health options, choosing a spa with lounge seating and a variety of different sized jets will enhance the hydrotherapy experience.
Budget and Maintenance Considerations – The good news is there are plenty of terrific spas available that are cost efficient to run and easy to maintain. In fact it’s entirely possible to enjoy a high quality, high performing spa at home without much effort at all. With every spa there are some regular maintenance issues, but nothing too difficult that can’t be done easily in just a few minutes. The truth is, you will find that you spend far more time enjoying your spa than caring for it, and that’s all that matters.
Choosing the perfect spa is as simple as answering a few questions about your needs and lifestyle. Size does matter and while you don’t want to purchase too much spa, you do want to make certain you have enough room to accommodate the people who will be most likely to use the spa. For health and pain relief, make certain to look for models that offer the most in terms of the hydrotherapeutic experience with the right number and variety of jets.
“To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of soaking in a hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Oregon Hot Tub is providing free test soaks at all their showrooms. We do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute soak call us ahead of time to reserve their spot,” commented Dave Doornink, Oregon Hot Tub’s Marketing Director.
To find the nearest Oregon Hot Tub location, visit the company website for more information. The website address is http://www.OregonHotTub.com/specials