In this article, we look at the top areas you need to consider before purchasing your hot tub.
The Size of the Hot Tub
When you have decided it's time to purchase your hot tub or swim spa, research is the first part of the decision making process. You need to consider the exact dimensions of the hot tub you are looking to purchase, ensuring this fits into the layout of your garden. Start by mapping out the area you would like to position the hot tub, with rope, allowing you to visualise the exact location and plan other areas of your garden,
Accessing Your Hot Tub
Ensuring your hot tub is close to a power supply is of paramount importance, as well as ensuring the hot tub can be easily accessed. Positioning your hot tub at the end of your garden may sound like the ideal place, but is it really practical?
Position of Your Hot Tub
It's no surprise that some people choose to have hot tubs sunken into the ground, whilst other people like to have the hot tub stand-alone for ease of maintenance. The choice is entirely yours but it's important to ensure you research the benefits and drawbacks to both positions and also whether you plan on moving your hot tub in the near future.
When you've chosen your hot tub and installation has been booked in, you can be confident in knowing your garden will have the ultimate 'WOW' factor. Erecting a canopy over the top of the hot tub can also add to the look and feel, and also go some way in providing protection from adverse weather conditions.
If you would like assistance when it comes to selecting a hot tub for your garden, contact Ribble Valley Spas. We're always happy to help.