Enjoy the Benefits of Adding a Spa to Your Pool Area

Have you considered adding a hot tub or spa to your pool area? Pools and hot tubs provide two different water experiences, complimenting each other in function and aesthetics. If you are missing the massaging warmth of a spa in your back yard, keep in mind the benefits a hot tub can bring to your life and home.

Warm Up on Cool Nights

The pool may be wonderful for cooling off on a hot day, but when the pool is closed in January, you can still enjoy your spa. A hot tub can be used year-round – outdoor spas offer the combination of cool air and steaming water, an invigorating and relaxing options any time of year.

Ease Those Aches

If a tough day at work or at the gym leaves you sore, a spa is the answer to ease the ache of strained muscles. The heat and massaging effect of the water can loosen tight muscles and relieve stress, improving your health and mobility. Hot tubs are also wonderful for inflammation – those with arthritis and other inflammation issues can benefit from routine soaks in a heated spa.

Adult Area

When the kids take over the pool, adults can still enjoy the refreshing effects of the water in the spa. Make your hot tub a “adult-only” area and let the kids play in the pool. You can supervise the kids while still enjoying a soak outside.

A beautiful spa can complete your pool area. Contact your local pool contractor to discuss adding a relaxing hot tub to your pool area and enjoying the benefits of owning a spa.

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Somar Pool Service & Repairs
401 East Las Olas Boulevard #130
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Add a Spa to Your Pool Area

While a pool is a great place to relax, get exercise and cool off, nothing beats a spa or hot tub after a strenuous day. The heat from the jetted water can relax tense and sore muscles and drain away the stress like nothing else. Adding a new spa to your pool area can give a nice variety to your water options and give adults a place to relax when the kids are playing in the pool.

Choosing A Spa

The spa or hot tub you choose will depend on the size and waterpower you want to enjoy. Small hot tubs for two or four people often have the convenience of being run on a 120-volt outlet, making them easier and less expensive to add to your home. However, many people want the option of inviting guests to join in on the relaxation and need a bigger six or eight person spa to entertain.

There are many options to choose beside capacity from when picking out your hot tub or spa. You can choose how many jets you want along with where the jets are placed. Some models come with neck and lower back jets and have multiple control options. There are also tubs that come equipped with sound systems, drink holders and even waterfall and lighting features. Look for energy efficient models that save on long-term costs.

Whatever model or size you choose, having a spa in your pool area can be a wonderful addition to your outdoor space. It gives a nice change of pace to the pool and can add value to your home.

Posted on behalf of Somar Pools LLC