Heated hot tubs for the cold season!
What could be better in winter than getting into a steaming hot tub, enjoying the massage jets and braving this chilly time of year completely relaxed? If you’re lucky enough to have a hot tub and feel like using it this winter, it's worth checking if your model is equipped with a heater as a lot of models are. Keep reading to find out what you should look out for when using a hot tub in winter.
First of all, it’s important to find a suitable spot to set up your hot tub. A conservatory or a covered area (see picture above) will provide enough protection against frost. What’s more, a roof will stop dirt from decreasing the water quality.
Today’s hot tubs can be used all year round. However, you will need a heatable model in order to protect the tub from frost. The hot tub technology is designed to keep water temperatures at a pleasant level.
Hot tubs with energy-saving heating
Softub Hydromate hot tubs combine a pump, motor and heater. The waste heat of the motor heats the filtered water, thereby keeping power consumption to a minimum. The models pictured below provide enough room for 2, 4 or six people.
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