Out With The Pool – In With The New Hot Tub

Posted on: 29 April 2019

Swimming pools are awesome in the summer and when you have little ones running about, but when the kids outgrow the pool and winter weather sets in, the pool becomes a burden that you could probably live without. At this point in your life, wouldn't it be nice if you had a place to go and unwind throughout all four seasons? If so, it's time for you to look into buying a hot tub. Here, you'll find a few features to consider including in the design of your hot tub area.

Motorized Cover

One of the greatest features for you to consider are motorized covers. Many people don't use their hot tubs as much as they would if they didn't have to struggle with the cover every time they get in and out of the tub.

Motorized covers can be found in various forms – you can find them to fold up and rest to the side of the hot tub, or you can find lift covers that rise above the hot tub to create a roof-like finish.

If you're on a budget, there are non-motorized covers with rail systems that make it easier to open and close the hot tub.

The point is – if you think that moving the cover will be an issue for you and your family, look into other options – there really is no need to struggle with it.


You can find hot tubs that are loaded with LED lights which are energy efficient, long lasting and will put off quite a bit of light. Some hot tubs provide you with the ability to dim the lights, change the colors or only use some of them while leaving the rest turned off. These lights will create the perfect setting for a relaxing night soak under the stars.


Another feature that some hot tubs offer is built-in entertainment systems- yes, you can go all out and find a hot tub that has a television hidden away. If you're not working with a budget, you can find full entertainment systems built for hot tubs, but many of these systems are out of the budget of many buyers.

Talk with the hot tub specialists near you. They will help you find the hot tub that has all of the jets, the seating and the features that you'll need to make the most out of the time that you spend soaking in your family's hot tub.