Now that you are ready to buy your hot tub, there are a few tips to follow to help you make the right choice for this amazing home addition.
Ideally, you want to be able to test out the hot tubs that you're most interested in. This will give you a first-hand experience. Perhaps you have used a hot tub in the past, but they all come with different features and options. The only way to tell what is going to be best for you is to actually try them.
You want to pay attention to how comfortable the seats are, and the depth of the seats. Also, the placement of the seating is important. Observe the pressure of the jets and how much foot space you have. Be sure to discuss all the options with the dealer during this time so you can begin to decide on features.
Find out if there are any remote control options that come up with your new spa. With controls, you may have the option to be able to adjust the jets, the water temperature, or any of the exterior accessories such as your TV or radio.
Something else to consider, and is well worth the small added expense, is a hot tub cover. It is very important not only for safety purposes, but for the convenience of reducing the maintenance of your hot tub. Ask your dealer to explain the different types of that may be available to you, and then based on your choice of hot tub you can work out the appropriate cover.
There are additional questions that you are going to want answers for. It is good to give yourself extra time when you are shopping for your hot tub so you can spend the time listening to the presentation of the dealer and asking questions as you go.
You want to know about the maintenance that is going be required for your hot tub. You want to know about the additional accessories that may be available to you. You want to know if there are any customizing options that might be beneficial to you. In addition to this, you need to know what the installment requirements are going to be. You may also want to inquire as to what financial arrangements can be made regarding your purchase.
Ask as many questions as you can at the beginning, and your hot tub dealer will be sure to find you the perfect fit!