More and more people are choosing to install an outdoor jacuzzi for sale at home rather than a swimming pool. This is no coincidence since the maintenance of an outdoor jacuzzi is much cheaper, and much less restrictive. Plus, you can enjoy it all year round.
Indeed, the use of the outdoor spa is obvious to everyone in summer, but it is also possible in winter, with water at 37 ° C for example, thanks to the heating system of the device. These moments of relaxation are even more pleasant in winter, with this striking hot / cold contrast, which allows our muscles to relax as much as possible, once immersed in the hot spa water. So you can enjoy your garden and the starry sky all year round, weather permitting.
Because the outdoor jacuzzi is also the opportunity to create a real space of well-being on your terrace or in your garden, depending on whether you prefer conviviality, practicality or privacy. You can install any type of spa outdoors: portable, built-in or semi-built-in, anything is possible. And since outdoor spas are the most popular spas, you will have a wider choice of models and materials.
The constraints of the outdoor jacuzzi
As we specified above, any type of spa can be installed outdoors. Now, it is necessary to respect a few conditions: namely a floor capable of supporting the weight of a jacuzzi filled with water, but also the possibility of connecting it directly to the house, or to provide a technical room. The spa installation should also be entrusted to professionals, especially for built-in spas. In this case, CultureSpas will do it for you. In addition, it is recommended to cover your jacuzzi with a spa blanket. This preserves the heat of the water and protects it from leaves, pollen, etc
Finally, the last constraint is climatic, because sometimes the weather does not allow swimming at all, especially in the event of strong winds or violent storms. One solution around this problem is the spa enclosure. So you will benefit from the advantages of the indoor spa, while enjoying your garden and the view, since the shelters are generally all glazed.
Hoping that these tips for your spa purchase will help you, we invite you to visit Tropicspa -, to discover the outdoor Jacuzzi spas in our showroom.