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Best Ideas Showcase: Fantasy Bathrooms

Your current bathroom may be perfectly serviceable, but does it inspire you? These beautiful bathroom decorating ideas certainly will. Here are some ideas on how to turn your bathroom into a fantasy bathroom:

Soothing Surroundings

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Its flowing shape and timeless appeal ensures our Bravo™ Freestanding Bath will fit into any decorating scheme. With minimal distractions and set in front of floor-to-ceiling windows to display the picturesque scene outside, you’ll have a quiet place to reflect while making a statement that never goes out of style: tranquility.

High-End Details

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When it comes to building your own fantasy bathroom, it’s the details that make all the difference. Consider choosing a bathtub that can feature wood frame decking to your drop-in or undermount tub like the Fuzion™ Bathtub for two. It not only adds a grand element to any space, it also lends a simple, slightly classic feel to an otherwise modern bathroom.

Freestanding Simplicity

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For the ultimate visual impact, try a freestanding bathtub. This simple, yet elegant design brings a luxurious atmosphere to any space. Offset with a bright wall as a background, the smooth, rounded sides and floor-mounted plumbing conveys a minimalist grace and sophisticated style in your bathroom.

 Illuminated Sophistication

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The dark surround of this drop-in bath contrasts perfectly with the glowing interior lights, making almost as much of a statement as the stunning view of the city outside. The soft colors highlight the attractiveness of the warm water, inviting you to relax and soak undisturbed, with minimal distractions.

When it comes to fantasy bathrooms, your bathtub steals the spotlight. We hope you’ve felt inspired while looking over some of these beautiful bathrooms. If you’d like more design ideas, visit your local Jacuzzi Luxury Bath dealer.

You’ll Never Think Hot Tubs are Gross Again

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While your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub will remain clean and sterile with proper cleaning, it can be difficult to shake some of the stories you hear about hot tubs and sanitation. Some of these stories may leave you concerned about the cleanliness of your spa. Rest assured that your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub is engineered with easy maintenance and complete safety and sanitation in mind. In short, you’ll never think hot tubs are gross again.

Why Clean Your Hot Tub?

Your hot tub doesn’t just collect the occasional detritus like leaves and insects. Sitting in a cauldron of hot water means things like lotion and oils can collect in the hot tub over time. Without proper sanitation, these items can build up and cause sanitation or health problems.

How to Clean Your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub

Maintain clear, clean water and a properly functioning hot tub by using Jacuzzi® Genuine Parts and Accessories. Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs also feature up to five stages of water treatment processes. It all starts with the ProClarity™ filtration system, which catches tiny particles to ensure clear, clean water. The ProClear™ filter, available on the J-300™, J-LX®, and J-400™, then clarifies the water even when your jets aren’t on. Next, the ProCatch™ bag cleans the surface. Finally, a pleated cartridge works in conjunction with the hydromassage pump to provide the cleanest water possible. You can also monitor the chlorine levels in your hot tub with testing strips to ensure they remain at proper levels. If the chemicals drop below a certain amount, it becomes easier for bacteria to multiply.

How to Purify Your Water

All new Jacuzzi® Hot Tub models utilize the CLEARRAY® Water Purification System. This top-of-the-line maintenance system uses an exclusive ultraviolet technology in conjunction with the ProClear™ Sanitizer to neutralize waterborne pathogens and reduce the amount of sanitizer you use. This means maintaining fresh, clear water has never been easier. Together, our five-stage filtration system kills off bad bacteria, maintains a consistent pH balance, and gives you soft, clean water.

All hot tubs will develop some grime and bacteria if they are not properly cleaned. Your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub comes with built-in maintenance routines to ensure your water and your hot tub are clean and safe to use. For more info on keeping your hot tub from being one of those gross stories, read our winter hot tub prep tips.

Introducing the J-500™ Collection

J500_cityscape_nightAfter years in development, Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs has unveiled the J-500™ Collection, designed to deliver the most advanced hydromassage experience available while looking good in your backyard, too. One look at the J-575™ and J-585™ models and you’ll instantly know that these are no ordinary hot tubs. With its striking appearance, powerful jets, and cutting-edge technology, the J-500™ Collection is in a class all its own.

Unrivaled Design

Thanks to its eye-catching corner lights and the high-end outdoor furniture look of the weatherproof Curvalux™ exterior, the J-500™ Collection will ignite your senses before you even step inside. With its backlit cascading waterfalls, architectural lighting design, and multicolored ProEdge™ fiber-optic lights encircling the hot tub’s interior, the models in our J-500™ Collection are a beauty to behold.

Unbridled Power

The J-500® Collection takes hydromassage to the next level with a brand new jet specifically designed to hone in on the hip area. The adjustable PowerPro® FX Medium Jet makes its first appearance in a new therapy seat, alongside the PowerPro® RX and PowerPro® PX Jets. In addition, the J-585™ model contains a pair of powerful wrist jets embedded right inside the upright therapy seat. When combined, these jets create a hydromassage session that is truly unequaled.

Revolutionary Control

As if unbeatable looks and strength weren’t enough, the J-500™ Collection has brains to match. As our most technologically advanced hot tubs ever, the models in the J-500™ Collection include ProTouch™ Glass Touchscreen Control, the hot tub industry’s first. And by pairing your hot tub with your smartphone via the Jacuzzi® ProLink™ app (available Spring 2015), you can heat your J-575™ or J-585™ Hot Tub from wherever you are. Plus, when it comes time for maintenance, the app will notify both you and your local dealership of any issues that need to be addressed.

If you’re seeking a luxury hot tub with a perfect balance of beauty, power, and technology, look no further than the new J-500™ Collection from Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs. Contact your local dealer today and experience the pinnacle of form and function.

How to Throw a Hot Tub Party for the Big Game

The Big Game is coming up, and that means parties are in the works. There’s no better way to celebrate football’s biggest day than with an afternoon split between cheering on touchdowns and relaxing in the comfort of your hot tub. Here, we’ve collected some ideas on how to incorporate your hot tub into the party:

Play Games

A football-themed game embraces the mood of the day and gives your guests a way to pass the time during commercials. Here are a few of our favorite games to get the party started:

  • Hot Potato: Arrange your guests in a rough circle in your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub. Toss a mini football in a clockwise direction while music plays. When the music stops, the person holding the hot potato at the time is eliminated and must leave the hot tub. The last person in the hot tub wins.
  • Fiki Football: Set up the Fiki Football goalpost on one end of the hot tub. Guests use their fingers to flick the triangle-shaped football across the hot tub and attempt to “score” over the goalposts. Allow each guest three passes; whoever wins gets a prize, such as a plush football or a drink.
  • Pass the Cup: Everyone gets an assortment of casino chips. The person holding the cup picks a play associated with the football game–for example, a touchdown or an offside call. The cup is passed around, and everyone adds a chip. When a touchdown or offside call occurs in the live game, the person holding the cup at the time is victorious. Once the party has moved indoors or is winding down, the winners receive money (for example, quarters) in equal amount to the number of casino chips in the cup when they were holding it.

Looking for more fun to keep the party going? Here are three other games you can play in your hot tub.

Bring It Outside

Sometimes watching is the only entertainment you need. Enjoy the game and its commercials from the comfort of your hot tub. Even if you don’t have a television mounted outside, you can still bring one outdoors for this special occasion, or open the windows and doors of your house so you can hear the broadcast. Depending on your cable provider, you may also be able to stream the broadcast on a portable device like a tablet or smartphone propped up outside.

Be a Good Host

Provide finger foods in individual servings so everyone is kept happy and fed without worrying about getting in and out of the hot tub and missing parts of the game. We suggest veggie sticks or chips in cups of dip, or fruit bowls in plastic containers. Before the party, craft some beverages and pour them into mason jars with lids so your guests can stay hydrated. Finally, stock up on guest towels in the colors of the teams playing in the Big Game. Keep them in a towel warmer to ensure your guests will be able to step from your hot tub into a warm, comfortable towel in no time.

The Big Game is an excellent time of year to host a party. Make the most of your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub and the natural excitement this event brings, and may your favorite team win.

Seat Differences in Top Jacuzzi® Hot Tub Models

Among the most incredible components of the Jacuzzi® Hot Tub experience is the unique combination of relief, comfort, and care provided by the spectrum of available seating options.

Regardless of whether you are sitting upright or restfully reclining, Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs are crafted with your well-being in mind, and provide the most advanced hydromassage therapy available. To help you decide which seat best suits you, here’s a closer look at the most popular options:

The RX Jet Therapy Seat

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Revered for reaching an abundant area despite the small size of its spinning jets, the RX Jet Therapy Seat delivers a soothing, fully adjustable amount of pressure. Reminiscent of a Swedish-style hydromassage, this seat allows you to focus the force on whichever back and neck muscles are most in need of relief.

Exclusively available in our J-LX® and J-400™ Collections, and in an upgraded version in our J-500™ Collection

The MX2 Jet Therapy Seat

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Designed to provide relief to the most prominent muscles in the lower back, and featuring a cushioned headrest to ensure maximum comfort,  the MX2 Jet Therapy Seat sports an updated version of the design that made the Jacuzzi® Brand a household name more than 60 years ago. Capable of emitting the utmost ratio of air to water, this seat directs a light amount of pressure to the deep contours of the lumbar.

Exclusively available in our J-LX®, J-400™ and J-500™ Collections

The FX-12 Therapy Seat

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Specifically developed to deliver precise, spiral propulsion to the back and neck, the ergonomic FX-12 Therapy Seat comfortably nestles hot tub dwellers amid a sea of 12 spiraling jets. And thanks to a fully customizable level of accuracy, this seat affords all who sit in it the ability to enjoy one of the best hydromassages available, fine-tuned to their liking.

Exclusively available in our J-400™ and J-500™ Collections

The ProAir™ Lounge Seat

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Designed to diffuse the bodyweight of whosoever’s sitting in it, the ProAir™ Lounge Seat releases knots by targeting the acute muscle groups of the back and neck with both a rotational massage and rifling action. The sensation resulting from the seat’s carefully arranged jets emanates upward along the spine, through the shoulders, neck, and head.

Exclusively available in our J-300™ Collection

The various seat styles available in Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs are designed to promote harmony and balance between the human body and warm, moving water. And thanks to the adjustable nature of the seats, Jacuzzi® Hot Tub users can target different areas of stress, soreness, and tension with pinpoint precision. When selecting the spa model that’s right for you, take these factors into consideration and choose the seat combination that best fits your needs.

Fun Conversation Games for Your Hot Tub

Your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub is the ideal place to host a gathering of family and friends. Because of its intimate and relaxing space, it’s also perfect for striking up fun conversations. Here are games for your hot tub that don’t require any props or supplies:

Questions

To play Questions, all information exchanged must be in the form of a question. For example, Player 1 will say, “Have you seen the new movie?”; Player 2 may respond with, “Is that the movie with the superhero?”; and Player 3 can ask, “What is the superhero’s name?” Only questions may be asked; no definitive statements may be made as the conversation evolves. If a player takes too long to answer a question or asks a rhetorical question, another player can call a foul and is awarded a point. Once a player reaches a set number of points (the number varies and can be predetermined by your team), he or she is declared the winner.

Fact or Fiction

In this game, each player states two things about themselves. One statement is true, and the other is false. For example, Player 1 will say, “I like green beans and I shower twice a day.” Player 2, 3, and 4 must decide which statement is false. There are no real winners or losers, and this game can be great for getting to know your friends and family better.

I’m Going on a Trip…

This is a slightly more complicated game to play, and can provide an amusing window into the mental processes of your friends. During each round, a player announces he’s going on a trip and bringing a specific item (or person) with him. Add a twist to the game by requiring that each follow-up “I’m bringing” follows a secret rule you’ve made, such as requiring that the item begins with the first or last letter of the item the previous player declared. As an example of using the last letter, Player 1 says, “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing a papaya.” Player 2 says, “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing an aardvark.” Player 3 says, “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing a kettle.” And so on and so forth. You can add further variation to this game by adding color or size requirements to the items, but the trick is to see how long it takes other players to catch on to your formula.

Want some other ideas for entertainment? Here are three other fun games you can play in your hot tub.

Your hot tub is a natural place to congregate during a party, and these games can help keep conversation flowing during your gatherings. Remember to limit yourself to about 20 minutes for each session in the hot tub, regardless of how much fun you’re having, and keep plenty of water or other beverages on hand to stay hydrated.

Interesting Hot Tub Historical Firsts

The idea behind hot tubs—a cauldron of hot water—has existed for thousands of years. From early cultures resting and relaxing in hot springs to the state-of-the-art jets on the Jacuzzi J-500™, this unique way to unwind and improve your physical and mental well-being has deeply ingrained itself in the human psyche. Here, we’ve gathered a collection of little-known hot tub historical firsts that may prove both surprising and interesting:

The First Spa

The term “spa” is drawn from the Belgian town of Spa (possibly Espa). Spa possessed mineral springs, which were believed to contribute to physical and mental well-being. The name Spa has since become synonymous with a body of water that has health-giving properties.

First Hot Tub to Cross the Atlantic

In 1907, the RMS Adriatic (owned by the same company that built the infamous Titanic) was the first vessel to provide passengers with a swimming pool and a Turkish bath. The latter of these is a hybrid spa/sauna experience that drew from popular European bathhouses. A Turkish bath included time spent in a steam room, as well as a relaxing massage and a warm rinse.

First Hot Tub Pump

In the 1950s, the Jacuzzi brothers—who made their name designing agricultural pump systems—created the J-300™. This pump turned any bathtub into a hydrotherapy chamber, and it was largely sold to schools and medical facilities.

First Self-Contained Hot Tub

In 1968, the first jetted bathtub arrived on the scene. Roy Jacuzzi integrated the famous Jacuzzi® Brand jets into the sides of the tub, rather than depending on a single pump. In the 1970s, Jacuzzi® Brand introduced larger tubs with heating and filtration systems, creating the first self-contained spas and bringing hydrotherapy and the health benefits it confers to a mass audience for the first time.

First Touchscreen Control Hot Tub

The Jacuzzi® Brand has moved hot tubs into the future with the J-500™. This spa features the first glass touchscreen panel integrated into a hot tub, enabling you to easily adjust your settings with the flick of a finger. In addition, you can pair your J-500™ with your smartphone, so you can instruct your hot tub to heat up while you’re on your way home, or send a maintenance alert to your local dealership.

The hot tub has evolved and grown in popularity over the years. With the advent of the J-500™, Jacuzzi is proud to remain at the forefront of these advancements, and will continue to lead the way in hot tub and bathtub innovation for years to come.

4 Methods Different Cultures Use to Relax

Relaxation, or the general release of concerns and tension, is an important part of stress management around the world. According to The Mayo Clinic, “Relaxation techniques can help you cope with everyday stress and with stress related to various health problems.” Your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub or Bathtub is the perfect place to unwind and de-stress, combining benefits similar to relaxation techniques various countries apply worldwide. From heat to massage, here are four methods different cultures use to relax:

Finland

The Fins enjoy using saunas to relax. While many are now built into Finnish homes, the traditional sauna is a separate, self-contained wooden structure. Users enter the sauna after washing up; hot water is thrown on rocks to create steam. If it’s been a particularly stressful day, the user may knead and massage their muscles with a silver birch branch to further relax tension. After some time spent in the heat, the user leaves the sauna with loosened muscles and clean pores. The sauna ritual is often completed by leaping into a pool or a pile of snow; alternatively, users can just relax with some snacks in a cooler room. To extend the health benefits, Fins often repeat the cycle of sauna and cold water over and over again.

Thailand

Everyone enjoys the comfort and tension release of a good massage, but the Thai variation is particularly relaxing. The art of Thai massage combines practices from Indian and Asian traditions, and its modern variant is designed to bring balance to the recipient’s body, mind, and soul. It typically takes place on a mat instead of a massage table, and a well-trained Thai massage therapist will shift your body around in practiced movements that may surprise some who are accustomed to lying still for a massage. The Thai style is renowned for easing tension in muscles, improving flexibility, and cutting down on joint pain.

Sweden

Floatation is a therapy rapidly gaining a foothold in Sweden and the U.K. Users climb into an isolation tank, which is essentially a large tub filled with warm salt water and sealed off from light and sound. The user inserts earplugs and floats in the darkened chamber. Floatation is an excellent way to meditate and otherwise relax; the sensory deprivation cuts you off from the outside world, allowing you to focus entirely on your breathing and improve your peace of mind.

Japan

For centuries, the Japanese have relaxed by visiting hot springs. Japan has a very active volcano system, which in turn has led to some truly spectacular geothermal water sources. These waters are believed to be infused with minerals that can assist in healing and general relaxation. Japanese hot springs are referred to as onsen, and these bathhouses feature a calm, quiet atmosphere to promote ultimate relaxation.

Relaxation is more important than ever in our fast-paced lives, but you don’t have to travel around the world to unwind. The benefits of steam, massage, buoyancy, and heat can be found in your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub or Bathtub. We hope you’ve found this look at how other cultures de-stress enlightening.

History of Hot Tubs and Jacuzzi

The use of heated water as a health and relaxation aid is not a new concept. Cultures have used hot springs—bodies of water heated by geothermal forces—as bathing and gathering spots for millennia, eventually taking inspiration from these natural springs to create man-made spas and tubs. Read on to discover more about how modern-day hot tubs came to be, and the part the Jacuzzi brothers played in it all:

Ancient History

Ancient cultures were known to make use of natural hot springs, from the Japanese “onsen” since at least A.D. 737 to the Roman thermal springs and bathhouses. When hot springs were not available, past cultures created rudimentary hot tubs by adding heated stones to a cauldron of water. Later on, the Romans developed piping to carry hot water from a furnace to a pool or other contained body of water. While these facts mark the beginnings of the importance of hydrotherapy, it was the Jacuzzi brothers that pioneered what became known as hydromassage.

The Jacuzzi Brothers

The road bridging ancient hot tubs and modern spas is a long and interesting one leading back to the Jacuzzi brothers. After immigrating to California from Italy in the early 1900s, the Jacuzzi family initially made their living as inventors, designing advancements in aviation and water pumps for agricultural use (specifically, orange groves). But it was their submersible pump, the first in the world, which pulled water from the ground that was the first step that led them towards the Jacuzzi® Brand you know today.

In 1956, a Jacuzzi family member developed rheumatoid arthritis. In an effort to reduce the pain associated with this child’s affliction, the Jacuzzi brothers used their knowledge of hydraulics to create a hydrotherapy pump, the J-300. This pump was portable and transformed any standard bathtub into a rejuvenating spa, launching the wellness industry.

The First Jacuzzi® Bathtub and Hot Tubs

In 1968, Roy Jacuzzi created the world’s first integrated whirlpool bath, called the Roman, featuring integrated jets with a 50-50 air-to-water ratio. As the years passed, the jetted bathtubs led way to the indoor-outdoor hot tub, becoming more than just a health aid—it became a gathering place for families and friends, much as it had been in the Roman days.

From the revolutionary J-500™ Hot Tub Collection to the designer Avvio™ Bathtub Collection, Jacuzzi® Brands continue to evolve today, dedicating extensive resources to research focusing on building products that foster health, relaxation, and socialization.

How to Target Tired Feet with Hot Tub and Bathtub Jets

While getting a foot massage is nice, there’s nothing quite like the power of warm water and hydromassage. Just as your shoulders, back, and legs benefit from this soothing pressure, you can use these same tricks to revive fatigued feet. If your arches and heels have been giving you some trouble, here’s how to target these areas with Jacuzzi® Hot Tub and Bathtub jets:

Jetted Foot Dome

Hot tubs like the J-345™ have a jet dome built into the bottom of the structure. This raised dome is studded with specialized jets that will massage and soothe sore muscles in your feet. Hold your feet just above the dome, or rest them directly atop it for a wonderful, relaxing hydromassage.

Foot Jets

Foot jets built into hot tub lounge seats—such as the J-480™ and bathtubs like the Elara™ Salon™ Spa Bathtub—are perfect for massaging your feet. They also promote circulation toward the heart. The jets in the J-480™ are adjustable, so you can direct the perfect amount of pressure to your tired feet. Craft a personalized experience through the Elara™ control panel, and relax and renew your feet through a gentle yet effective hydromassage.

Warm Water Soak

Specialized jets aside, simply soaking your feet in warm water is both therapeutic and relaxing. Immersing your feet in your hot tub or bathtub’s water will go a long way toward easing up tight and clenched muscles. Taking the weight off your feet while you soak them can also reduce the swelling and soreness that may accompany standing all day.

Spending time in your hot tub or bathtub will help you relax both your mind and your body. When you invest in a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub or Bathtub, you’re investing in long-term care for your entire body—feet included.

The Best Drinks to Bring to Your New Year’s Eve Hot Tub Party

If you’re hosting a New Year’s party, one thing you’ll want to keep in mind is what type of drinks to serve. We’ve selected an assortment of delicious beverages for you to choose from and modify to your taste. If you’ve been looking for some unique ideas, here are some of the best drinks to bring to your New Year’s Eve party:

Lovely Lime

Variations on these crisp drinks will usher in a fresh new year. Mix chopped limes or mint leaves with sparkling water or ginger ale; add sugar or other sweeteners if you like. Place a straw in the glass and toast to the New Year as the countdown begins.

Rudolph’s Nose

There’s no better way to ring in a chilly new year than with a sweet, fruity drink. This mixture of red raspberries, fresh orange juice, and ginger ale poured over ice is bound to be a crowd-pleaser. Tasty and refreshing, it’s the perfect drink to sip while you enjoy the last few hours of the year in your hot tub.

Light Moscow Mule

For a pleasant, nonalcoholic beverage you can take into the hot tub with you, consider a Light Moscow Mule. Mix ginger beer, fresh lime juice, and club soda together, and serve the drink in a heavy copper cup with a wedge of lime. If you’re ready to move the party out of the hot tub, substitute vodka for club soda.

Sparkling Juice or Sangria

A glass full of colorful, sparkling juice or sangria are festive and easy choices to toast to the turning of the year. Add some chopped fruit as a vivid accent and celebrate with your friends and family as you watch the ball drop.

Give your New Year’s party a special twist with these unique drinks, and remember to keep a pitcher of fresh water close to your hot tub so you can cleanse your palate and keep hydrated during your festivities.

6 Steps to Finding the Right Bathtub for Your Home: Part 2

Last week, we discussed three of the six steps to finding the right Jacuzzi® Bathtub for you. Today, we’ll explore additional steps to take to ensure you get the ideal model for your home:

 4. Select Your Bathtub Experience

What type of experience do you want to have when you relax in your bathtub? Jacuzzi offers a number of options for you to select from.

For the ultimate in relaxation, look into a Salon® Spa bathtub. This tub combines powerful jets and air bubbles to soothe your body and relax tired, tight muscles. Choose the Whirlpool for a hydromassage session—the massage these jets provide is one of the best things you can do for your body.

Another option is the Pure Air® Bath, which provides a gentle, soothing massage via warm air in hundreds of bubbles. This bathtub features 360-degree air inlets, giving you a full-body experience. Lastly, the Soaking bathtub is the perfect antidote to a long, busy day. Stretch out and take advantage of its ergonomic design. This bathtub allows a quiet, calm soak, so make sure you bring your favorite book in with you.

5. Decide on a Bathing Depth

From deep soaking to easy entry, deciding how much water you expect to use in your bathtub is an important factor to weigh. So, be sure to verify your hot water heater’s capacity. You can do that by finding the gallon amount on the Energy Guide tag located on the side of the unit itself or in your owner’s manual. This will help you ascertain whether your water heater can manage the volume your tub requires, allowing you to enjoy warm, soothing baths without overtaxing your unit.

6. Understand Your Faucet Options

If you’re on the market for a new bathtub, remember to consider your faucet choices. This can have a big influence on what type and size of bathtub will fit best in your space.

A floor-mounted faucet will add a unique touch, but you’ll need more room around the bathtub to install one, so take careful measurements. A wall-mounted faucet contributes to a sleek, modern look, and produces a longer water arch. This setup also leaves your bathtub with more surface space. On the other hand, should you have limited space around your tub, choosing to mount a faucet on the deck area may be your best option, as well as a more economical choice.

With your bathtub specifications in hand, visit our website or your local dealer showroom to view Jacuzzi® Bathtubs from our Comfort and Luxury collections. In just a few steps, you can find the right bathtub for your home.

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