Take the Plunge With a New Hot Tub

If you’re thinking about getting a hot tub for your Loft Conversions project you’re in good company. More and more people are taking the plunge. According to recent research the global hot tub market is set to expand over the next five years, with the EMEA countries (Europe, Middle East and Africa) set to grow at the fastest rate.

Portable spas, otherwise known as hot tubs, can be either an inflatable or hard-sided style. They’re considered portable because they can be installed anywhere and have the versatility to be drained and moved elsewhere. Hot tubs are designed to fit in a variety of settings, whether you choose to use your portable spa on your patio, yard, or indoors.

Other trends are apparent in the research as well. Hot tubs are getting more sophisticated. There is an increasing tendency to incorporate new technology and energy efficiency in the higher end hot tubs from manufacturers such as HotSpring, as supplied by Blue Lagoon Spas.

When installing a hot tub outdoors, make sure it is not placed within 10 feet of overhead power lines. It’s important that adequate space is available around the hot tub to allow for access to the equipment panel. Placing the hot tub on a solid foundation that supports the weight of the tub, water, and the tub’s occupants is key. Many installation teams will deliver, fill, and wire the hot tub for you.