Hot tubs are one of the true luxuries in life. Not only can hot tubs help to improve your overall health and wellbeing, but they can also help you de-stress and forget the worries of the day; but hot tubs aren't always cheap, and when operating them, the bills can quickly add up.
Fortunately, there are many ways to cut costs and make operating your hot tub much more affordable, and that’s exactly what we’ll be looking at in this article. So, let’s jump right in and look at some of the best ways that you can lower the cost of operating your spa.
Many people are turning their backyards into year-round swimming pools, and for a good reason. Whether you are a swimming enthusiast, superstar athlete, fitness guru, or just looking for ways to improve your health and wellness, an all season pool is the perfect way to stay in shape all year round!
Let's explore the benefits of an all season pool, how it can help with staying fit, and some of the many exercises you can perform in them.
There is no shortage of reasons to invest in an all season pool. Having an all season pool comes with not only financial and health benefits, but also positive social repercussions. You can get to know your neighbours and build a sense of community, in and around your backyard spa. With so many potential perks to ownership, it is a good idea to think about having an all season pool installed.
But where to start? There are a lot of options out there, and they are not all created equal. Let’s take a look at a few different price ranges, and see what they have to offer!
Whether you’re a new all season pool owner or are interested in buying a spa for your home, you likely have a lot of questions. Here are some of the most common questions we hear from our customers to help you on your all season pool-learning journey.
It is that time of the year once more, where you would be facing a white landscape and experiencing the constant, bitter cold. With that, we can all agree that there is nothing better than enjoying a spa in your hot tub at the end of every day in winter. There are many accessories in which you can add to the hot tub to enhance your winter spa experience. Today, we’ll go ahead and take look at some of the best winter hot tub accessories for your spa.
If you’ve been spa shopping and run into some deals that were definitely too good to be true, then the Jacuzzi Play™ Collection could be just what you’re looking for. Large, affordable hot tubs that are constructed with high-quality materials, Jacuzzi’s new Play™ Collection won’t disappoint. Intrigued? Read on to learn more about this groundbreaking line of hot tubs from Jacuzzi®.
There’s no place quite like home. It’s the place where you can always feel safe and secure. But it’s also the ideal place to improve and maintain your health. Let’s take a look at the top ways you can invest in your health right from the comfort of your own home.
An all season pool, also known as a swim spa, is a smaller version of a traditional pool that was created to be used year-round. Designed for swimming and other forms of exercise, all season pools can keep you active even in the coldest weather. What truly makes a swim spa unique, however, is that it can also be used as a hot tub, combining the best that a full-sized pool and a traditional spa have to offer. With sizes running from 14 to 19 feet, they work in just about any outdoor space.
In this article, we take a closer look at all season pools and what makes them different from traditional swimming pools and hot tubs.
Many spa owners are aware of how great they feel when they soak in their outdoor hot tub. They experience relaxed muscles, decreased anxiety, and better sleep. Along with these benefits, often comes a feeling of total relaxation. These benefits can be credited to hydrotherapy. The use and benefits of hydrotherapy date back to the Ancient Greeks. This tried and true therapy has many health benefits that can be achieved in your own backyard. Given the business and tight schedules of todays world, it can be challenging to make time for this therapy. Collected below are some easy to use tips to make hydrotherapy a part of your daily routine.
Spring is finally on its way! Along with lengthened days, new growth on the trees and warmer temperatures, spring often comes with spring cleaning. While you may think about carefully and precisely spring cleaning your home, it is important to also think about deep cleaning your hot tubs and swim spas. Tidying up your outdoor spa installation is a great task to complete when the weather gets warmer and you are already outside completing yard work. A fresh swim spa and a well maintained outdoor area are key to enjoying your backyard this season.
Chances are, if you have a hot tub, you and your friends and family will use it on a regular basis. While hot tubs are a great way to soak away stress and enjoy some leisure time with those closest to you, it is important to keep your hot tub clean. This ensures that you and your guests enjoy a safe, healthy hot tub experience. Shocking your hot tub is one way to increase the health and sterility of the water.
Looking for inspiration for a backyard makeover this spring? Why not consider going high-tech? Smart devices can bring a whole new level of comfort, fun and convenience to your outdoor living space. Let’s take a look at the top four Smart outdoor trends for 2020.
Now that the New Year is here, many of us start thinking about what changes we need to make to live our best lives. Resolutions may be easy to make, but they’re not always easy to keep. That’s why we’ve created this list of easy-to-implement resolutions to help you live a healthier lifestyle. Which ones will you choose?
Nothing beats a relaxing soak in the hot tub. And, with the holidays upon us, it’s the perfect time of year to make your spa time a little more festive. So, if you want to enjoy some holiday cheer from the comfort of your hot tub, we can help. Check out our list of the top holiday mocktails to enjoy this season.
No one knows winter quite like Canadians do, especially those of us who are from Saskatchewan. There may be snow on the ground and the temperature might be -20°, but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue to enjoy your hot tub or swim spa.
In fact, some of the best hot tub dips are when the temperature outside dips below freezing. There’s nothing quite like relaxing in heated water while breathing in the fresh, clean winter air. And, as long as you remember to wear a warm winter hat and have a thick robe on hand for your dash back to the house, there’s minimal risk of catching a chill.
Let’s take a look at the top four reasons to make your spa part of your winter routine.