There’s never a bad time of the year to buy a hot tub or spa, but some periods could be considered better than others. For example, if you’re looking for a better deal you may want to do your shopping in the fall or winter. The reason for this is because many hot tub outlets are hoping to sell their current inventory to make some room for the incoming new models and would love to make some additional sales to close out the year. Of course, if you’d like to upgrade to the newest model available, you can always visit Hot Tubs Ontario and trade in your old tub or spa.
When it comes to outdoor hot tubs, most consumers prefer to do their shopping towards the end of the year or in the winter. This satisfies their hopes of cashing in on the great deals available and allows them enjoy their brand-new purchase during the cooler weather. At the moment, the winter season in Ontario is considered to be the slow period for most hot tub retailers and this is when customers will typically come across the lowest prices on tubs, spas, and accessories etc.
However, there are also many people who prefer to spend their time in a hot tub during the warmer summer months. These people usually start thinking about buying a tub when spring rolls around so they can have it installed and ready to go a short time later. A hot tub is an ideal way to relax and entertain family and friends any time of the year, but it doesn’t need to be closed down once the winter weather makes it first appearance. A hot-water massage during the winter is also ideal for hydrotherapy.
In fact, many medical experts feel that using a hot tub or spa in the cold weather actually provides more benefits for users. The reason for this is because the majority of people are less active during the winter and spend more times indoors simply because of the colder temperatures and a warm hot tub and open up your blood vessels and provide warm relaxation. The only time they exercise outdoors is often to shovel the snow or take part in the odd snowball fight. By installing a hot tub outside they can forget about the weather and enjoy the warm water.
Of course, there are many people who also stay active during the winter by skating, skiing or playing hockey etc. and what better way to wind down, relax and soothe your muscles and joints by soaking in your hot tub? In addition, today’s high-tech hot tubs can help cut down on your operating costs during the winter since they come with state-of-the-art control panels which can be set for colder-weather energy efficiency. Good insulation can also help keep the heat in and your energy consumption can be reduced by close to 20 percent.
If you’re in the market for a hot tub or spa at any time of the year, please feel free to visit any one of our Hot Tubs Ontario showrooms throughout Ontario to browse through our options. You’re welcome to try out the tubs to make sure you’re happy with the one you’ve chosen. We’ll also be glad to explain the benefits of winter hot tub usage such as quicker recovery, improved circulation and energy levels, and a restful night’s sleep. The combination of warm air and water and the high-powered massaging jets will help you relax and rejuvenate in no time.