When you are choosing your hot tub, there are certain elements to consider that may make your portable spa experience more enjoyable. Hot tubs are a great way to increase the entertainment space of your home, and make the outdoors more inviting for yourself, your friends and family.
Just the hot tub itself is luxurious and fun, but there are some interesting options that you can consider that will add to the time you spend in your spa.
Here are three ways to make your hot tub more luxurious.
A built-in stereo system makes listening to your favorite music easy and safe. With the stereo built-in, you don’t have to worry about having electronics near the water from external music sources or being too far away to control the levels or change the tune.
If you already have a hot tub in your backyard, but forgot to have a sound system factory installed, don’t worry. There are options that can be added after your purchase and installation, even to an older portable spa. Check with your hot tub dealer or manufacturer to see what the possibilities are for after purchase installation.
You can also choose floating speakers that can be right in the water with you. Having built-in or floating speakers helps you get your vibe on without disturbing the neighborhood with loud, pounding music from the house too.
Having a lighting system added to your hot tub gives you more flexibility for using the portable spa at night, as well as making your hot tub even more soothing. Both exterior and interior lighting offers advantages and work together to create the most luxurious atmosphere for your hot tub experience.
You can select soothing white or go for colored lighting, or even jazz up your outdoor lighting with multi-colored systems that let you select the color of your hot tub lighting to suit your mood and hot tub use.
Soak away the cares and worries of the day as well as the tension and stress from dealing with work, school and home pressures. A few minutes in the hot tub can work wonders for people of all ages and keep them safer from the dangers of stress related illnesses. Soaking in a hot tub is not only great for physical and mental stress, it’s an awesome way to feel emotionally more centered.
The heat and massage from a hot tub helps the body relax and release dopamine for an over-all feeling of well-being. According to the National Sleep Foundation, people who soak in the hot, soothing water of hot tubs also sleep better. That’s because soaking for just a few minutes an hour or two before bed gives the body a chance to reset its thermostat and relax.
When you look for your hot tub, choose models with quiet filters that are well insulated to ensure the most peaceful spa experience in your backyard. You should be moving to the music or rocking to the rhythm of the waves, not dealing with the bumping and grinding aggravation of noisy equipment.
When you’re buying your hot tub, don’t just look at the available models. Jump in and test them out. It’s best if the hot tub dealer you are visiting has models set up and full, ready to try. If that’s the case, bring a suit and a towel, and get in the water! It’s an important step, because it lets you be certain the hot tub you choose has a comfortable seating arrangement and enough jets for the best relaxation. Even if the hot tubs aren’t set up for use, you should still get in and try them out dry. You need to know how the spa will feel when you use it to know it’s the right one for you.
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Map of Salem, OR
About Salem Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salem,_Oregon
Salem is located in the north-central Willamette Valley, in Marion and Polk counties. The 45th Parallel (roughly the halfway point between the North Pole and the Equator) passes through Salem’s city limits.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 48.45 square miles (125.48 km2), of which 47.90 square miles (124.06 km2) is land and 0.55 square miles (1.42 km2) is water.
Although the Willamette River flows through Salem, the North Santiam River watershed is Salem’s primary drinking water source. Other important streams that pass through Salem are Mill Creek, the Mill Race, Pringle Creek, and Shelton Ditch. Smaller streams in the southern and southeastern parts of the city include Clark Creek, Jory Creek, Battle Creek, Croisan Creek, and Claggett Creek, while Glen Creek and Brush Creek flow through West Salem.
Elevation within the city limits ranges from about 120 to 800 feet (37 to 244 m). Salem contains the volcanic Salem Hills in the south and is sandwiched by the 1,000 ft (300 m) Eola Hills directly to the west and the 600 ft (180 m) Waldo Hills to the east. Northern and eastern Salem are less hilly. South and West Salem contain some canyons and are the hilliest areas. The coast range and the Cascades—including Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, and on the clearest of days, Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams in Washington—can be viewed from throughout the city.
Like most of the Willamette Valley area, Salem has a marine west coast climate (Köppen Csb) with some distinct characteristics of the Mediterranean climate. Rain is heaviest in late fall and throughout winter, and almost all of the annual precipitation falls between October and May, with a dry season from June through September. Light snowfall occurs in winter, but major snows are rare. Mostly cloudy skies and low cloud ceilings are commonplace during the rainy season.
Salem’s mean annual temperature is 53 °F (11.7 °C); its annual precipitation is 39.64 inches (1,007 mm), with an average 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) of snow included. However, over a quarter of years receive no snowfall. The state capital is about 47 mi (76 km) south of Portland, but actually has a lower average temperature than that of Portland (54.4 °F or 12.4 °C), due in part to the lower daily minima.
Coordinates: 44°55′51″N 123°1′44″W
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