Hot tubs are a great way to enhance your backyard and enjoy the countless health benefits every day. Most hot tubs are affordable and easy to transport, making them a great investment; even if you relocate often. Hot tubs are not only a wonderful source of relaxation, but can improve your overall health.

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of owning a hot tub:


  • Blood flow is increased as your body absorbs heat from the water temperature. This can, in turn, lower blood pressure in as little as 20 minutes.
  • Many people soak in a bathtub for muscle relaxation. Unfortunately, heat will escape from the bathtub over time. Hot tubs allow you to maintain the heat indefinitely, allowing the heat to work deep into your muscles and help relieve tension and pain.


  • Our joints need to support a lot of our weight or are in constant motion throughout the day. By the end of the day, you can really feel how hard your body worked. While using a hot tub, your body weight decreases by approximately 90%! With the reduced strain on joints and muscles, your body can relax and take a much needed break after a hard day’s work.


  • Spa jets distribute focused streams of water and warm air. Each hot tub is equipped with nozzles of various sizes, pressures, configurations and quantities (ranging anywhere from about 11 to 58 jets). These jets are designed to target particular areas of your body, similar to a professional massage therapist. Now you can have your own massage therapist on call anytime you want!


  • Arthritis – Sufferers have found that a regular session in their hot tub provides the warmth, massage and buoyancy that is so important to their well-being. The water buoyancy supports and lessens stress on joints, while encouraging freer movement.
  • Cardiovascular Health – Believe it or not, soaking in a spa can simulate exercise by increasing the heart rate. Study participants who used a hot tub did not experience increased blood pressure, while participants who exercised on bicycles experienced an increase in blood pressure. The regular use of spas and hot tubs can give you some of the same health benefits of exercise but with less heart stress.
  • Stress – Warm, pulsating water will not only massage tight muscles, but can help relieve stress and tension in your body. Many hot tub owners also add aromatherapy or spa fragrances to enhance the overall mind and body experience. Enjoy your very own paradise, every day!
  • Better Sleep – Your body can be eased into a state of deep and relaxing sleep by the drop in body temperature after going to bed. Hot tub owners that soak in hot water about 90 minutes before bedtime will trigger their internal thermostat to lower the body temperature. This not only relaxes the body, but induces sleep to easily set in.


  • We can’t leave out our favorite part of every pool and spa – the FUN! Spas and hot tubs provide a relaxing environment to share with your friends and family. And the best part? Spas are very easy to maintain and keep balanced.