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Designed to support and heal your body, our Soak Therapy solutions allow you to escape all of life’s stresses for a few minutes whenever you need it. Bringing together elements found in the natural world, our collection of hot tubs and spas create the perfect atmosphere for you to enjoy relaxation and comfort with you family.

Work or Family stress got you down?

A hot tub or spa is the best way to loosen your muscles, relax your body and mind, and enjoy some soak therapy. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to sift through all the information available about hot tubs to find what you need, as well as what you don’t. Deciding which factors are the most important and choosing the right hot tub for you can seem impossible.

For those looking to buy their first hot tub there can be a lot of guess work regarding how often you’ll use the tub and for what. If you are looking to replace your old tub it can be a bit easier. At least you know how you will use it. Even if you’re looking for a replacement tub, though, you probably bought your last one quite some time ago. Features, styles, and materials have come a long way. It’s important that you not only do lots of research, but also reach out to our Rest & Relax soak therapy experts.

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Find One To Suit Your Needs

If you’ll use the hot tub on a daily basis, pay close attention to how much energy it needs to run; if it will sit idle for weeks on end, focus on its standby power use. If you plan to use the spa for hydrotherapy, make sure it has the right kind of jets and features like whirlpool action to treat your particular health condition. If you intend to exercise in the tub, consider one with built-in fitness equipment or look into swim spas.

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Do Your Research

Search the internet, visit different retailers, ask your friends, etc. A hot tub or spa is a major home purchase, so it’s critical you spend some time looking at your options. Try even speaking with a Rest & Relax hot tub expert to understand better the pros and cons of different features.

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Important Elements of a Hot Tub

The hot tub industry has many different manufacturers and major players. The market is very competitive, making it a great market for customers. Companies have stepped up in recent years with innovative technologies, especially around hydrotherapy used in treating diseases like arthritis. Rest & Relax is proud to offer brands that are both innovative, luxurious, and extremely therapeutic. Whether you need a hot tub for recreational or therapeutic purposes, you should take time to learn about current trends in the hot tub market in order to find a tub that fits your budget, as well as your personal and health needs.

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Comfort

Comfort is the most important aspect of hot tubbing. Hot tubs have many different options and features that can improve the overall comfort of the hot tub itself. If a wet test is not an option, sit in the dry tub. If it isn’t comfortable without water, it won’t be when it’s full.

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Design

Check things like the multi-level seating to see if it can accommodate a wide range of body types, so it’s ideal for users of all sizes. Next, examine the footwell and look for safety steps. This will be essential for the comfort of any users who have difficulties with entry and exit.

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Price

A quality hot tub is an investment, and just like shopping for a car, options and upgrades can increase the price of a particular model. Once you’ve done your research, it’s possible you’ll determine that a more basic hot tub without a lot of “bells and whistles” is right for you. 

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Define Your Needs

Height and weight can affect how comfortable a hot tub is, so make sure the seats are comfortable, there’s enough room in the foot wells, and the hot tub isn’t too deep or too shallow. You should also be realistic about the number of people you’ll be entertaining in the tub at a time. If you regularly have family and friends visiting, a larger model might be a smart choice—but don’t buy something that’s bigger than you need simply because you might have a crowd.

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Try One!

Most hot tub retailers will allow you to climb inside the tub you’re considering and, with advance notice, some will let you put on your bathing suit and take a trial dip. If you’re able to do this, take advantage of it to get a better sense of what you like and don’t like.

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