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  1. Top 25 Benefits of Owning A Hot Tub

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    1. Family. Enjoy your hot tub as a family. Talk about your day, your next vacation, or simply spend quality time together.

    2. Sleep. Soak for 20 minutes and fall asleep faster and sleep deeper, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Sleep deprived?  Take our sleep quiz.

    3. Less Tax. Bypass an increase in property tax with a portable vs. in-ground hot tub or pool. Read: Should I Buy A Pool or A Swim Spa?

    4. Save Money. Ditch the gym fees. With an Aquacisor or Swim Spa you can perform most of the same exercises as a traditional gym.

    5. Kids. Host a fun party for the kids or teach your child to swim from the safety of a Swim Spa. Read: Hot Tub Safety and Children.

    6. Unplug. Being “plugged in” and hot tubbing don’t mix for dangerous reasons. Enjoy the quiet time for self-reflection.

    7. Lose Weight.  Soak in a hot tub and lose weight. Studies show that those who soaked in a hot tub lost over 1 pound a week.

    8. At-Home Therapy. Access the age old ritual of warm water therapy in the convenience of your own home.

    9. Massages. Get a free massage when you want, as long as you want, with powerful hot tub therapy jets.

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  2. Thermospa Healing Spa – The First Arthritis Hot Tub

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    About The Healing Spa

    The Healing Spa was designed for Arthritis sufferers in collaboration with Thermospas and the Arthritis Foundation. The Healing Spa was the very first hot tub that specifically addressed the needs of people with Arthritis symptoms.

    Specially designed warm water therapy jets target joints commonly affected by arthritis, as well as a unique hot tub design that is easy for people with limited mobility to use.

    The prestigious ‘Ease of Use’ Commendation was awarded to the Thermopa Healing Spa, the very first hot tub to receive the award (a Foundation program encouraging the development of products that allow for ease of use by everyone, including people with arthritis who may have pain and limited movement).


  3. I Love to Swim, Should I get a Pool or a Swim Spa?

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    I love to swim, should I get a pool or a swim spa hot tub?

    One major difference between a pool and a hot tub is the ability to use a hot tub outdoors all year long. If you live in an environment where there are cold winters, this is especially important. You can use your hot tub 12 months out of the year, whereas with a pool you get an average of 3 months use out of the year. Not to mention the space efficiency of a hot tub vs. a pool. A Swim Spa hot tub can be used like a pool, with the option to swim all year long, and it takes up much less space than a pool. In addition, a hot tub requires less chemicals, making the maintenance less expensive and more Eco-friendly.

    The most notable disadvantages of owning a pool are:

    • limited seasonal use
    • large space requirements
    • expensive building code regulations
    • timely maintenance
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  4. Jets For Warm Water Therapy

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    The most important features in a hot tub are the jets, and this is where ThermoSpas really shines. Hot tub jets add to the diversification of your warm water therapy, and they make the real difference between a basic hot tub and a true spa.

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