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Hot Tub Spa Benefits

Are There Health Benefits from Hot Tubbing?

Absolutely! Nothing beats a soak in the hot tub, after a long day at work or play. The hot water soothes away pains, loosens cramped muscles and aching joints. The warm vapor relieves congestion and cleanses your skin.

A hot tub set to the proper temperature, dilates your blood vessels, aiding in blood circulation and lowering your blood pressure. This is why people feel so relaxed after a soak. Buoyancy is another important benefit to soaking in a hot tub. The bubbles lift your limbs, relieving the weight, which reduces the workload for your heart up to 20 percent. As the hot water raises your body temperature you began to perspire, which rids your body of toxins via your pores.

Heat, Bouyancy and Massage, Three Healing Ingredients!

  • Muscle Relaxation- This occurs when the warm blood penetrates deep into muscles, causing the blood vessels to expand. Further relaxation occurs as the heat deadens muscle pain by easing pinched nerves, and helping the muscle rid itself of lactic acid and other wastes.
  • Temporary Pain Relief- As the body tries to register a temperature change, the central nervous system becomes depressed, causing muscle relaxation and temporary lessening of pain.
  • Promotion of Healing- The jet action in spas can promote healing by providing additional oxygen to the area than is provided by warm water alone. The heat and pressure can also raise the level of antibodies and white blood cells promoting the removal of bad cells and stimulating the formation of new tissue.
  • Warming-up the Muscles- Hot tub use by athletes is on the rise!

By relaxing muscles, the hot water and jet action helps to increase an athletes range of motion and allows for gentle pre-exercise and stretching in the hot tub. You can improve your athletic performance by hot tubbing before and after exercise. Soaking in the hot tub before exercising relaxes your body and loosens muscles and skin, making exercise easier and reducing the risk of injury. After exercise, soaking in a hot tub is a great way to wind down and relax. The hot moving water massages your neck, shoulders, arms, back, thighs, calves, and feet. Hot tubbing after physical activities will greatly reduce or even eliminate the stiffness typically felt the next day.

Don't Take Our Word For It...Here is what the Experts are Saying!

Stress, Headaches and Sleep

The National Sleep foundation - "soaking in hot water, such as a hot tub before retiring to bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep." (National Sleep foundation Website, 2005)

Muscles and Joints

Tennis Magazine - "Your skin and muscles loosen and relax from the increased blood circulation" adding, "If muscles are injured, a soak in a hot tub increases blood flow to the injured area, bring nutrients to help repair the damage."


The Arthritis Foundation - "Hydrotherapy is one method of using water to treat arthritis. The soothing warmth and buoyancy of the water makes it a safe, ideal environment for relieving pain." (Practical help from the Arthritis Foundation, 2003 brochure)

Not only do we take pride in the quality of the product we build, we also take pride in the way we package our spas to ensure that they arrive at your home safely. Spas are wrapped in a soft foam packaging material to protect the Acrylic Surface and Spa Cabinet from scratches and minor bumps. A thick layer of protective cardboard is installed to protect the spa from the shipping pallet. The spas are then stood up and a protective shrink film is placed over the entire spa to protect it from dust and sun exposure. Your spa will be shipped to your driveway and can be put in place by the freight carrier if you choose.


Hot tubs can also help control diabetes. A Colorado study of diabetes patients who soaked in a spa 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week found the average blood sugar level of the group dropped 13%! It concluded that the use of a hot tub lowers blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Have Concerns About Soaking in a Hot Tub? Talk to your doctor. Also check out the internet, you'll find additional information about the health benefits and cautionary advice from the experts.


Financial Benefits of Owning a Hot Tub

Tax Deductions!

Many doctors prescribe warm water therapy (hot tubs) for a variety of ailments, injuries and chronic pain. Hot tubs often qualify for tax deductions when purchased under a doctor's recommendation. Check with your doctor for further information. Also some Insurance companies offer compensation for hot tubs purchased for treating injuries that result from workers' compensation claims.

Take It With You!

Our hot tubs are mobile (commonly called "Portable Hot Tubs" or "Portable Spas"), they can be moved from home to home. Keep your investment close at hand!

No Additional Property Tax!

Since our hot tubs are portable, in most cases, your property taxes will not be increased, unlike in-ground swimming pools and rec-room additions. Tax increases occur when permanent fixtures are added to your home. You can verify this by checking with your local officials prior to the installation of your hot tub.

Increase the Value of Your Home!

Most real estate agents acknowledge that homes advertised with a hot tub will generate more inquires and sell more quickly than a similar home without a portable hot tub.

Vacation in Style in Your Own Backyard!

Vacations take hours of planning and adjusting of schedules to make flights, connections and reservations. Most vacations are over with-in a weeks time, leaving you with photographs, and credit card bills.

Hot tubs give you years of enjoyment, whenever the time is right for you, no reservations, no planning, just hours of relaxation with your family and friends.

Compared to Other Purchases, Hot Tubs Make Both Financial Sense and Lifestyle Sense!

In todays busy world, finding quality time to share with family and friends is becoming more and more of a task. Hot tubs slow life down, bring people together and stimulate conversation. When was the last time you "connected" with family and friends while watching television or playing video games?