Some of the health benefits of using a hot tub include relieving tight muscles and sore joints, reducing swelling and lowering your stress level. If you’re considering a hot tub installation for your home in Seattle, answer these questions first.
Is it a Good Fit for the Space You Have in Mind?
Always carefully measure the space where you plan to install your hot tub. Make sure to measure out the amount of space you want around the hot tub, too.
Does It Need to Be Hard-Wired or Can It Be Plugged Into an Ordinary Outlet?
Ask which electrical source a hot tub requires before buying. All inflatable models are plug-and-play, while most bigger and built-in hot tubs need to be hard-wired by an electrician, due to their higher power needs. This is an additional expense.
What Kind of Cleaning and Maintenance is Required?
Depending on the hot tub, upkeep may be simple or involved. Make sure you’re getting a hot tub you can keep in good condition. Hot tubs with lots of jets are harder to keep clean than those with fewer jets. If there’s more work involved than you want to do yourself, it helps to know ahead of time if you need to budget for professional help.
Ready for Your Hot Tub Installation in Seattle?
Contact the pros at Puget Sound Spas today with questions or to request a consultation. Our specialists have served the Seattle community for many years, repairing, maintaining and installing spas and hot tubs. We also offer custom spa and hot tub decks and patio design and construction, as well as component fabrication in our wood and metal hot tub repair and remanufacturing shop.
Your Hot Tub Installation Pros in Seattle
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