Hot Tub – What Your Garden is Missing

Just think about it for a second. Sat out in the blazing sun with a cocktail in your brand new hot tub. Imagine the envy from your neighbours as you spend your early evenings in the garden relaxing or reading a book. We guarantee that if you buy a hot tub, all the BBQs will be around your house this summer!

There’s just one problem, which hot tub do you buy? There are basically three types all with different price ranges. I’ll be taking a look at the three types in this article.

Built InHot Tub
If you have the money to spare then this is the hot tub for you. They’re built into the ground and look great in any garden. When buying a built in hot tub it’s essential that you put tiling around the rim of the tub. This is to prevent slipping as well as stones and dirt getting into the filter system. Built in hot tubs look great if you have a built in swimming pool in your garden. These hot tubs are pricey, but are well worth the money.

These hot tubs are the most popular on the list and are in the medium price range. They’re the type you think of when you think of classic hot tubs. They stand in the garden either on decking or concrete. They come in many shapes and sizes and you can purchase hot tub maintenance plans from companies such as UK Hot Tubs to ensure that everything is always working in top form.

These are a fairly new thing to have graced gardens across Britain. They can be purchased quite cheaply and can be taken down and stored away when not in use. This type of hot tub is great for garden parties and shot term use but caution must be taken when using them. Inflatable products can be punctured and hot tubs are no different.

I hope this article has been helpful if you’re looking into buying a hot tub. Maintenance may be something that puts you off, but my strong recommendation would be to go for a standalone model.

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