The winter months are coming to an end, and spring is right around the corner. And it's the perfect time to start thinking about ways to update your backyard and create a relaxing outdoor oasis. What better way to do that than with a hot tub or swim spa?
In this video, we'll show you how to plan for your sp installation so that you can create your own backyard oasis.
A hot tub or swim spa can be installed in less than a day once your site is ready. But you need to make sure that Master Spas has time to build your hot tub or swim spa. Here are some things to consider:
Type of product: Do you want a hot tub or swim spa? You want to consider how you will use a spa and what your needs are. Both hot tubs and swim spas provide myriad health benefits. A hot tub provides hot water therapy, which can improve sleep, reduce stress, ease muscle soreness, and help you manage chronic conditions. A swim spa is a year-round pool alternative and gives you convenient access to water exercise. In addition, a swim spa provides recreation, family fun, and relaxation.
Available backyard space: Your backyard layout might determine which product is best for you. Master Spas manufacturers a range of models to fit most any space, even small backyards. But you need to decide how much space you want to use for a spa, as well as factor in any setback ordinances.
Electrical requirement: Most spas require 50-amp/240-volt service. You need to work with a licensed electrician to make sure your swim spa or hot tub is properly wired.
Home shows: An expo or home show is a great place to see different models. There might also be an option to purchase an in-stock model.
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Tune into this video with swim spa specialists Ben Gilliam and Mari Cuticelli, who will share how you can plan for a new hot tub or swim spa.