Adding a hot tub or spa to your backyard is one of those rare investments that pay off in both long-term value and short-term luxury. When you have your own hot tub, you can enjoy a wealthy lifestyle while simultaneously adding to the resale value of your home. In fact, many homeowners have been able to recover the cost of installing a hot tub — as well as a profit — down the line when they finally sell their home.
Now that’s what’s called a win/win opportunity!
Your Hot Tub, Your Rules
Why should you consider a hot tub? For one thing, there’s privacy. You may have used a hot tub at a public facility such as a gym or at a resort pool. But putting aside the sanitation concerns of using a public hot tub with uncontrolled access, there probably also were rules that had to be followed: No glass containers, a limit on the number of users at any given time, and most importantly bathing suits required.
But when you have a hot tub or spa of your very own, you make the rules. You can use your pool anytime you like. And you can wear anything you want in it — or nothing at all if you prefer! You’re the boss.
Plus, nobody can use your hot tub or spa unless you invite them. Unlike public hot tubs, people without good personal hygiene habits can be prohibited from using your hot tub.
Hot Tubs Are Therapeutic
One thing many people forget about hot tubs is that they originally were designed as a therapeutic device. The combination of hot water and hydrating jets provide a soothing massage for sore or tired muscles and joints. A few minutes in the hot tub is a highly effective way to rejuvenate aching muscles and refresh your skin pores.
Why should you get a hot tub? Because you deserve it!