Winter May Be the Best Time to Buy an Outdoor Spa
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs says that outdoor hot tubs are often bought in the winter season for good reasons: retailers offer great deals, and home owners can take advantage of the cool, crisp air to enjoy their outdoor spa.
Chino Hills, CA. December 16, 2011– Many people think about purchasing outdoor hot tubs when the weather starts to warm up, but the best time to take advantage of a “hot” tub’s warm water may be when it’s cold outside. And because winter is typically the slowest time of the year for outdoor hot tub dealers, shoppers can often find opportunities to take advantage of special offers on spas and accessories.
According to Jacuzzi Hot Tubs, many people start thinking about purchasing an outdoor hot tub in early spring in order to have one installed and ready to use in time for summer. A Jacuzzi® outdoor spa is great for summer parties, but during the cold months of the year, a warm-water massage is ideal for therapy and relaxation. According to Nathan Mangum, Director of Marketing, the results to be gained from Jacuzzi hot tub hydrotherapy may be even more beneficial when the temperature drops. “Most of us tend to be less active and spend more time indoors when it’s cold outside. With a Jacuzzi outdoor spa, you can get outside, stretch, and relax in the comfort of a warm water environment,” says Mangum.
Jacuzzi outdoor hot tubs also help save on operating costs in winter. Models are equipped with sophisticated control panels that can be programmed for cold-weather energy-efficient settings, and the optional factory-installed SmartSeal™ insulation holds in heat to reduce energy consumption by as much as 20%.
Shoppers who want to try out a water-filled hot tub before purchasing can do so year ‘round at many Jacuzzi dealers’ showrooms. Local Jacuzzi dealers are experts on how to care for outdoor hot tubs in winter and summer, and they are the best source for information about special financing and other offers.
While the classic hot tub scenario takes place après ski at a home or cottage in a resort area, Jacuzzi hot tub owners who live in cold climates use their outdoor hot tubs at home all winter. After cross country skiing, snowmobiling, sledding or any outdoor activities, the hydrotherapy in outdoor hot tubs is great for recovering faster, improving circulation, increasing energy levels, and promoting a good night’s sleep.
About Jacuzzi Hot Tubs
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs is committed to designing self-contained spa products that combine warmth, water and air movement in invigorating massage combinations to rejuvenate, relax and reconnect. As the brand that virtually invented the hot tub and whirlpool bath categories 40 years ago, and with access to more than 250 patents granted to its affiliate, Jacuzzi® is the recognized brand that continues to deliver the optimal hydrotherapy experience. For more information, visit www.jacuzzihottubs.com or call (866) 234-7727.
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