Are you the proud owner of a relaxing, rejuvenating hot tub? You’re ahead of the game! If you need a hot tub to complete your backyard paradise, Goodall Pools & Spas can help. We have hot tubs on order that include the amazing, American-made Viking Spas™ and the spectacular Sundance® Spas. There is never a wrong time to get or use a hot tub. Even though summer can be hot on its own, we can help you figure out how to get the most out of your hot tub this summer.
Begin by Beating the Heat of the Day
Maybe you are an early riser. The first couple of hours after the sun rises are prime time for a quick soak in the hot tub before feeling overwhelmed by the heat of the day. You can give your body a jumpstart before completing an invigorating exercise routine. Then as you head off to work, you will feel ready to tackle whatever the day brings your way.
Continue by Changing the Water Temperature
Another way to continue to enjoy a hot tub soak, even in the summer, is to change the temperature of the water. If you adjust the temperature to 95 degrees, it will still feel therapeutic and warm but not too steamy. Lowering the temperature will help you feel refreshed as the outdoor heat meets the spa’s heat. Just sit back and let the jets massage your tense muscles.
Don’t Disregard Hot Tub Maintenance Duties
Summer is definitely a time to enjoy some extra relaxation. This relaxation looks different for everyone — an unforgettable vacation, alone time in the hot tub, or taking time off from regular responsibilities. However, don’t disregard the fact that the hot tub will still need its regular maintenance. Goodall Pool & Spas offers Prestige Spa Maintenance so that you don’t have to waste your leisure time on keeping the hot tub ready for soaking.
Enjoy Each Other’s Company
Time spent with the ones you love is priceless, no matter where it is. Family time in the hot tub is enjoyable anytime. Summer days are longer, which means extra time for bonding and relaxing as a group. Find a game or two to play while you enjoy the soothing water together.
Regularly Replenish Your Body with Refreshing Beverages
Sweat is a byproduct of spa time during any soaking session. Summer also produces more sweat as the outdoor temperatures skyrocket. Keep this in mind, and replenish those outgoing fluids with refreshing, cold beverages. You can keep an ice bucket nearby, or find a fun floating variety to keep in the hot tub with you.
Save the Soak for Sunset
Nothing says romance like a sunset soak in a spa. Don’t let the summer deter you from enjoying some date nights with your special someone in your very own hot tub.
A sunset soak can also be beneficial for your physical and mental state. A hot tub’s benefits include stress relief and natural sleep assistance — two things to experience often.
These are just a few helpful tips for how to get the most out of your hot tub this summer. Our five friendly retail locations welcome you and your questions anytime!