Indoor Spas and Hot Tub Information
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A Buying Guide to Purchasing your Indoor Spa or Hot Tub
When it comes to making the decision to purchase a spa or hot tub, it is usually a big decision for anyone. The space in your home for your new spa or hot tub that you will need to provide before bringing home such a large purchase, will need to be prepared correctly. Since most hot tubs or spas are meant to be placed outside, installing an indoor spa or hot tub will require some extra special care.
The water in a filled spa can weigh up to 3,000 pounds. This means that when putting a spa indoors, a solid support system underneath the hot tub is a must, along with a sufficient ventilation system, since the steam from the hot tub can damage the interior of your home. It’s also important to note that when installing an indoor spa, consulting with a licensed building contractor is a step that cannot be overlooked.
Since a spa or hot tub alone can weight up to 700 pounds, it’s important that you know the correct measurements of the space you intend to place the spa in, as well as the size of the hot tub itself. Getting the spa to its intended location is not a one or two person job either. Especially if you intend on bringing your spa into your home, and placing it in its intended room.
Most spas require quite a bit of electricity, usually a 240-volt electrical connection, which is similar to the type you would use for other large appliances such as a washer or dryer. It’s important to also remember that your spa will need to be installed by a certified electrician to insure the safest and most reliable connection. So don’t plan on running out and buying a spa or hot tub, plugging it right in, and taking a dip, because it’s a little more complicated than that! I promise though, you will feel those massaging jets in no time!
After you have completed all the necessarily precautions and steps that accompany your new indoor spa, it’s time to fill your hot tub up! Usually your spa will take up to seven hours to fully heat up, but be sure to read your owner’s manual and follow all given instructions to avoid any future complications. Then when you're ready, hop in and enjoy a nice relaxing jet massage!
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