A Few Differences between Hot Tubs and Sneakers Spas
Posted Jan 24 2013 2:53am
Though often mistaken to be the same thing, in reality there are many differences between hot tubs, and spas. Hot tubs are essentially made of wood, while spas are usually fiberglas shells covered by plastic, acrylic, or other such materials. There are a few hot tubs that are lined with acrylic, and in contrast there are some spas which have wood skirts, but otherwise free standing. Apart from this, there are fundamental differences between the two as well; durability, operation, maintenance, and overall appearance Peep-Toe. Tubs have a more natural-rustic appearance, designed to blend perfectly with gardens, patios, and decks. Along with this, however, comes the Catch that they are then harder to maintain and clean due to the wood texture, and odd corners/angles that are typically incorporated in design. Spas are available in a wide variety of colours, and multiple design options as well. They are easier to clean because of the fact that surfaces are smoother and harder than those of hot tubs. A spa usually refers to an in-ground component that is built on-site, and is often part of a 'pool/spa' combination Pointed-Toe. Either way; building departments ordinarily require you to get hold of a permit prior to installation. Once you've decided which of the two you want in your home, you must keep in mind that the costs don't stop there. Additional maintenance costs and installation costs will crop up immediately. A few things to keep in mind about added costs are that you will undoubtedly require (at least) one additional 110v electrical circuit, if not 220v. Be sure to check that your present electrical system can handle this extra load. The community you stay in may require you to build a fence around the area your hottub or spa is, and to lock all gates around the same. This is a move done to keep not just you, but the neighbourhood children safe as well. Your electrical bill could go up an easy $50 a month, with regular usage, and the water must be periodically chemically tested. You could get your hot tub or spa of choice at Arctic Spas Manitoba. Be sure to have a look at the wide variety of options they offer including sizes, colours, and designs. The hot tubs are manufactured in Canada, so hot tubs in Winnipeg and nearby areas are all of the finest craftsmanship. Nicolas Ben is a spa enthusiast who frequently writes about relaxation and water products, including Arctic Spas hot tubs. For more information on Arctic Spas hot tubs, visit www.arcticspasmanitoba.ca Long Boots.