Hot tub shopping, just like car shopping, can sometimes be stressful if not given the guidance of a dealer. Say you are browsing online right now, getting quotes and looking for the perfect hot tub to rest your body after a long day at work. Not only does your hot tub need to feel good, it must also look good too! New hot tub shoppers need to take several things into consideration before finalizing and deciding on a hot tub. However, hot tub shopping doesn’t need to be as stressful as it sounds. That’s why we have developed THE SHOE SIZE LOGIC. The shoe size logic narrows down searching for the perfect hot tub into three sections: size, space and cost!
First and foremost, when searching for a hot tub you will notice the different variations. There are round ones, square ones, rectangular, triangular. You name it, we have it! But how do you rest assured knowing that you made the right choice? Think of how many people you plan to join you in your hot tub. Triangle spas from the Cal Spas Patio Series are perfect for an intimate experience for two, while the Escape and Platinum Series are perfect for a small family or circle of friends to enjoy! 2.) Space
Find a space in your home that will be perfect to house your new hot tub. Remember, the space you choose depends on the hot tubbing experience you will have. Choose a relaxing patio, or think about adding a deck to your backyard to create your perfect backyard sanctuary. Keep in mind that the foundation must be able to withstand between 2,000-3,000 lbs. or more. Cal Spas offers a variety of shell and cabinet colors to match your home decor. Make sure to speak with a representative to ask about color availability to choose the right one that will match your home.
Hot tubs are an investment that will not only add property value to your home, but that will benefit you through relaxation and hydrotherapy. Cost is an additional factor that must be taken into consideration when purchasing a hot tub. Just like shoe shopping, it’s important to think how much you are willing to invest. Regular hot tub maintenance should also be kept in mind when purchasing a hot tub. Bromine, pH test strips, and water filters should be part of a regular maintenance schedule for your new spa. To request a Cal Spas quote, please visit: http://calspas.com/request-a-quote/
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