Before buying a spa, there are several things to think about first. Where do you install it? What are you going to use it for? For a festive atmosphere or for your well-being or for a therapeutic purpose, .... Some even manage to spend a lot of money for a spa solely intended for their benefits. The others prefer inexpensive Jacuzzi just for their pleasure and put it in their garden. Whatever the reason for purchasing, there are a few tips to follow and some important checks to make to keep this equipment running smoothly and for as long as possible.
Check the number of places
On the market, there are a multitude of spa sizes. There are small indoor hot tubs for sale with only 2 places and one with up to 10 places. It should also be ensured that the body is comfortable and feels the comfort throughout the spa practice.
Check water jets and pumps
To obtain the correct therapeutic performance of the massage, it will be best to have many varieties of jets available. But, there must be a balance between the power of the pumps and the number of jets. The arrangement of the jets also plays an important role because it provides better comfort and allows the massage to be performed on different parts of the body.
Hot water is a favorable medium for the creation of bacteria. Therefore, the antibacterial rubber filter should be cleaned once a week. When the filter becomes small, it must be changed. Otherwise, it is recommended to change the filter every year. For a smaller budget, you can use an ozonator with a pump to filter the water permanently.
To avoid an increase in the electricity bill to pay, especially in winters, you need a very good cover and perfect insulation. In the opinion of a professional, a cover of 5 inches in the center and four inches on the sides is a good quality for the spa in winter. Thus, the quality of the insulating foam determines that of the insulation. To be of good quality, this foam must be dense, rigid and be contained between the shell and the skirt.