Buying a hot tub is often considered a major purchase, and it is one of the best investments you can make for your body, mind, and home. There are many reasons to consider buying a spa, so it’s important to understand what you are looking for, what benefits are available to you, and how to find the right spa and accessories that meet all of your demands.
"Best money we've ever spent! Our only regret is not making this purchase years ago. It does wonders for my wife's stress and my arthritis. Get a Hot Spring today and you will be 100% happier in mind, body, and soul! "
Hot Spring Spa Owner
Spending time in a high-quality hot tub can improve your health in a number of ways. On top of easing aches and pains and helping you relax, hydrotherapy is known to improve physical functions, restore range of motion and lost flexibility in muscles and joints, reduce headaches, burn calories, improve insulin sensitivity, and help you get quality sleep.
When spa usage is part of your daily routine, you feel better physically. This leads to being mentally healthier, which boosts your mood, eases anxiety and depression, and builds self-confidence.
In addition to health benefits like stress and pain relief, hot tubs provide an ideal location for families to spend quality time together. This is a perfect place for deep discussion, family meetings, brainstorming, and relationship building—with the added benefit of having no electronic devices involved.
"I love knowing that at any time I'm at home, I can go out to and sit in my Bullfrog spa. My favorite is having weekend morning coffee in it and watching the sky lighten into day. Its like getting into a warm hug and my body and mind always thank me for the quality relaxation time. "
Bullfrog Spa Owner
Not only will your spa benefit your health and well-being, but let’s not forget the aesthetic value. Now, more than ever, hot tubs are being offered in sleek, stylish colors and designs that are not just functional, but often include music and lighting that set a particular mood. Your investment will add infinite value to your outdoor living space
Deciding which hot tub is right for you might seem overwhelming at first when you consider the hundreds of companies, options, and price points. Because hot tubs vary in size, features, and costs, it can take quite some time to choose the spa brand that is ideal for you.
Here are a few important points to consider to help you narrow down which hot tub brand is best for you. We carry premium hot tubs that are known to last up to 30 years when properly cared for. Ultimately we want you to have the last hot tub your will ever use.
When you invest in a spa, it’s important to read about other user experiences and keep them in mind as you begin your search. Utilize the information available to you, while remembering that not all reviews should be considered equally. Try to stick to verified buyer reviews, and read the positives and the negatives alike. But not just of the hot tub brand but also a reliable dealer can make all the difference in the world.
Conventional hot tubs are typically constructed with wood or metal frames, which are intended to support the shell, plumbing, and insulation, and potentially protect the components from elements. Most spa companies direct their creative focus on the shell—or interior—portion of the spa, which is generally made from acrylic, and the plumbing, which powers the jets. But if your hot tub will be situated outside, there are other factors to consider, like rain, snow, and sun. Wood frames can rot, and metal frames corrode.
Running a spa requires electrical energy, so you’ll want to find out how energy efficient each hot tub brand and model is.
Hot tub jets are largely considered the most important feature of a spa. People love the relaxing massage hot tub jets provide, but it’s important to know that not all hot tub therapy options are created equal.
How many family members will use your hot tub? What seating configuration will suit you the best. We always encourage you to sit in our hot tubs to find what is most comfortable. Better yet schedule a wet test and find out why all spas are not created equal.