Hot Tub Tech - Personalise Your Hot Tub Experience
Raise your hot tub design to a new level by incorporating entertainment, hydrotherapy and chromatherapy – and then take it a step further.
By using the latest technology, you can make relaxing or socialising in your hot tub an even more luxurious and personal experience – all at the touch of a button.
The latest wireless and integrated audio systems
Once you’re stretched out in the water, the last thing you want to do is to get out to put on some music or change channels. With wireless and integrated audio systems, you can enjoy stereo sound and make changes by just touching your waterproof remote control.
Lay back and listen to relaxing music, or if your mood changes and you fancy something livelier, you can put on some party tunes - without having to leave your hot tub.
And by connecting to your local WiFi network or a mobile app, you can ensure your hot tub is ready for you when you want to take a dip. Your mobile app will let you start the tub and make adjustments to the water, such as setting a new temperature or turning the pumps on and off.
Use technology to remotely operate jets and pumps
You can also use remote controls to operate your jets and pumps. At the press of a button, you can sink into a stream of bubbles and jets that will massage your skin and muscles to bring you total relaxation.
For deep therapy, you can turn on powerful jets to blast your troubles away. Alternatively, you may want to enjoy a gentler soft tissue massage from an air blower and strategically placed air diffuser jets. The health benefits that can be gained through regular use of hydrotherapy include stress-relief, reduction in muscular aches and pains and improved blood circulation and muscle and skin tone.
Enjoy LED chromatherapy with underwater and perimeter lighting
LED chromatherapy underwater and perimeter colour-change lighting is a way of creating mood-enhancing, soothing effects in the water. You can choose a constant colour wash or a flowing colour sequence depending on your current mood.
In chromatherapy, different colours have different meanings. White is pure and helps clarify the mind and senses while yellow is stimulating for creative thinking. Turquoise blue is thought of as stress-reducing, green is harmonising, and red is bold and energising.
LED colour-changing lighting brings a fantastic ambience to any design, and as an added bonus they only use a fraction of the energy of an incandescent light bulb. That means lower energy consumption, plus further cost savings in maintenance and replacement thanks to the long lifespan of LED bulbs.
Customise your hot tub
With all of the above features easily incorporated into your hot tub, you can stretch out in comfort and let technology take care of the hard work for you – while chromatherapy lighting and therapeutic jet streams ease away the stresses of the day.
From entry level hot tubs for small families or couples through to large, elegant loungers with ergonomically sculpted seating, you can personalise your hot tub to suit your tastes and lifestyle.
To find out more about buying, hiring and installing a hot tub, visit www.hgs-hottubs.co.uk or call Peter on 07749 863650.
What to Consider When Buying a Hot Tub
Many of us have enjoyed the health and relaxation benefits of a hot tub on visits to a spa or holiday resort. If you are considering buying a hot tub so you can enjoy the spa experience ‘on tap’ you just need to discover how to transport the restorative properties of hot water hydrotherapy into your own home or garden.
How to maintain PH level in a hot tub
Whether hiring a hot tub just for a weekend, or purchasing one, you will need to ensure that your hot tub is well maintained and that the spa water is safe and clear.
Warm water harbours bacteria, which is why it is so important to maintain the correct PH level of your spa water. Hot tub water is heated to 102 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas a swimming pool is typically set to about 82 degrees, presenting a much lower risk to the growth of bacteria.
Keep your children safe in and around the hot tub
Any amount of water in the garden is a hazard to children, and often hot tubs are not really seen as a hazard because they are there for fun and enjoyment.
Hot tubs do tend to be a magnet to children whether in use or not, so we have outlined some important safety considerations to ensure your hot tub experience is a memorable one for all the right reasons.