“Buying a hot tub is an exciting way to start down the path towards better health. With regular use, a hot tub at home can contribute to reduced stress, improved sleep, and quality times with friends and family,” said John McCormick of Baker Pool & Spa. Thinking through a few details will make it easy to make the right choice.
Here’s how to choose the perfect hot tub to fit your needs and budget.
Prioritize Comfort Over Anything Else – It’s tough not to be impressed by the most glamorous hot tub on the showroom floor. But if it’s not comfortable, families will never use it. Prioritize comfort in quality seating, easy-to-use controls, and the features that make hot tubbing relaxing. If hydrotherapy is the goal, look for performance seating with contoured seats optimized for the best hydromassage.
Set a Budget and Stick to It – Set spending guidelines before browsing for hot tubs. Not only will this keep shoppers within budget, but more importantly, it ensures they don’t buy more hot tub than they need. Sticking to a spending plan allows plenty of room for great features like surround sound or even a television. Build a budget by thinking about how many people will use the spa on a regular basis. Set a minimum and maximum range and get set up for success.
Take Some Time to Research – Modern hot tubs have come quite a way since the early tubs were advertised for consumer use. With automated water care systems, energy-efficient features, and more, it’s possible to find a hot tub that can run and operate for less and with peace of mind. Not all dealerships carry innovative brands. Be sure to spend some time doing research and learn what’s important and what questions to ask.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a Dimension One Spa, pick up a copy of a free hot tub buyer’s guide from Baker Pool & Spa. Just give them a call or visit the website at: Hot Tubs Frontenac.