A hot tub can transform your life, and this is no exaggeration; it can give you somewhere to relax, reduce stress, boost your well being, assist with pain management, and make you fall in love with your home all over again.
A lot of people don’t realize that hot tubs can make a massive difference in terms of pain management. A reputable pain management doctor will explain that a soak can help warm up your body, loosening your muscles so that pains and aches are reduced.
Hot tubs can also prevent the discomfort and stiffness that comes from stagnant energy and inactivity. Of course, they cannot be used on their own, yet they can be an important part of your program.
But, before you start looking for the best hot tubs, you need to be aware of the different terms. Continue reading for all of the information you need to know.
So, let’s begin with ‘GPM’, which stands for Gallons Per Minute. This relates to the amount of water that can be pumped through the hot tub per minute. Next, we have ‘brominator’, which is a piece of equipment that is found within hot tubs and has the purpose of dispensing bromine (a chemical) in hot tub water. This chemical is used for purification. ‘Ozonator’ is a water care system that has the purpose of neutralizing water contaminants using ozone.
Next, we have the ‘filtration pump’, which has the function of moving water through the filters, heating system, and ozone. When buying a hot tub, you want to make sure the filtration pump is energy efficient. ‘Shell’ refers to the hot tub’s structural layer, and it tends to be made from wood, fiberglass or acrylic. Also, we have ‘air controls’ and these are controls that are used to adjust airflow to the various jets. Finally, the ‘jetting’ system is a reference to the water surging from the small water jets in the tub. This can deliver a number of different massage sensations.
Mistakes Made When Choosing A Retailer
The first mistake is rushing into the decision by either going for the first retailer you can find or the cheapest hot tub you lay your eyes on. It is vital to conduct a good amount of research before committing to a purchase as significant as a hot tub. You should select a retailer that has a good reputation and an excellent standing in the industry.
This leads onto the next point perfectly; when looking for a company that has hot tubs for sale, you need to read reviews that have been left by past clients. This is often the best way to get an honest insight into the quality of the service provided as well as the products they have available. If you come across an abundance of negative comments, you know to look elsewhere.
Aside from this, choosing a retailer that does not provide a good warranty is another common blunder. Even the best hot tubs break from time to time and you need the peace of mind that you are going to be protected if this does occur.
Have you used a hot tub for pain management? If so, how has it helped you? Let me know in the comments below!