In this modern day, it’s no surprise that majority of working people feel all stiff, overworked and in a desperate need of relaxation. And since we’re always stressed out from our hectic lifestyles, putting some time aside to relax can do wonders to our physical and mental health. What better way to do so than by indulging in all the perks that spas offer?
Of course, going to a spa centre is not something most of us can afford to do on a regular basis, either due to the lack of money or lack of time. That’s the reason why so many people invest and buy spas so that they can have this small piece of paradise in the comfort of their homes rather than sharing it with strangers.
Besides the obvious health reasons, many people also buy spas in order to increase their home’s value. Having a luxurious soaker in your bathroom is a sure way to capture that 5-star hotel ambiance in your very own home. And don’t worry, buying a spa doesn’t always have to be extremely expensive as smaller spas consequently are less expensive. Plus, home spas do not need all the complex and high-cost installation like hotel ones do. Think about your budget and needs and choose the type accordingly.
As for their shapes and models, the sky is the limit; choose whatever you like and whatever fits your space best – be it a rectangular, square, round or an oval one. Of course, spas also come with various features and additional elements, so take your time and think about what kind of experience you want. For instance, if you plan to use the spa mostly for health and recuperation reasons, pay close attention to the type and number of jets it has. On the other hand, if you’d like to enjoy the full entertainment experience, there are also many spas that come with a surround sound system, light effects, and even a TV.
Another decision you will need to make is whether to go for a freestanding or a built-in spa. Freestanding spas can be placed in any spot in your home, such as the bathroom, the balcony, as well as on the deck – as long as the surface can support its weight. Making your spa look visually appealing can be sometimes tricky because the pump will be visible from the outside. On the other hand, built-in spas are much more aesthetically appealing because the heater and the pump are hidden in the surround that supports the spa. The downsides of this spa is that requires more space and it is a lot more complex and costly to install.
Bottom line is, whatever type of spa you choose, it’s important to have it cleaned and maintained regularly so that you can enjoy its soothing hydrotherapy benefits for many years to come.