Naturally, if you’re spending a considerable amount of money you want to get as much as you can out of it, and if that money is being spent on a hot tub (such as one of these stunning models from Vita Spa) then you’ll probably have wondered if you can justify your investment. Of course a hot tub is not just something to enjoy in the warmer summer months but can be used all year round. There is nothing more exhilarating than relaxing in a hot tub when there is snow or frost on the ground but for those who aren’t so brave then there other options to consider.
Utilising Your Conservatory
If you already have a conservatory built on to your property then that could make an ideal place to install your hot tub. It will be warm and light and with the doors open in the summer it can feel like a good compromise between indoors and out. Of course if your conservatory is already used for other purposes then that may not be the best option and you may need to rethink your plans.
Consider A Garden Building?
Many people decide to install their new hot tub in a garden building instead. They come in various styles and sizes and if you go for a design where the doors can be opened fully then in the summer months it’s almost as good as being outdoors. Why not go for one of the newer cube designs instead of a more traditional large shed? They can be customised to suit your requirements so you could add glass sliding doors as well as a kitchen area in one corner. You could use it as a multi-purpose space by adding a desk and if you add a comfy chair it could be used as a get-away from the hustle and bustle of family life too.