Indoor Hot Tub
Indoor hot tubs are most popular among city people with small homes. Unlike a spa that is placed outdoors, one residing on the inside of your home affords year-round accessibility. It provides a private getaway from all the sights and sounds of the city. Integrating a spa into an existing home takes some thoughtful planning. If you plan to install an indoor hot tub, you should not use an ozone-based sanitizer.
Recent medical studies suggest that ozone sanitizers could lead to lung and breathing problems when used indoors over time because ozone is a lung irritant. As a replacement, experts recommend natural sanitizers. Check with your retailer for the best indoor sanitizer products.
Care while starting with Indoor Hot Tub Installation
- Some people decide to use enclosed porches or basements. Besides being able to withstand water, a room needs to be able to support the weight of a full hot tub.
- Since a filled spa will have considerable weight, make sure it is placed on a structurally-sound surface which will support the weight of the spa, water, and occupants. Uneven and unsound surfaces can damage the spa and void your warranty.
- Level the surface before filling spa with water.
- Plan in advance for proper access to power source and circuit panels.
- Leave access to the hot tub's removable equipment compartment panel for future service needs.
Points to remember while installing indoor Hot Tubs
- Indoor installations have special considerations. The room should be properly ventilated to allow moisture to escape.
- Using your hot tub for 15 minutes releases the equivalent water vapor as a shower of the same duration.
- Installation of a bathroom fan or other venting system is a good idea to prevent excess condensation in the room.
- Unless placing the spa on a suitable concrete slab, you will need to verify that the supporting floor structure will accommodate the filled weight of the spa with occupants.
- A qualified contractor or a structural engineer can help you determine that requirement.
- Check your spa's specifications for the estimated weight load of the filled unit.
Advantages of Indoor Hot tubs
- Unlike outdoor tubs, indoor units are placed, as the name suggests, inside your home.
- With enough space in your bathroom, you can certainly enjoy the experience right at your own abode.
- Another great thing about indoor jaccuzi is that you won't really need to redecorate the bathroom.
- This is because in outdoor tubs, you need landscaping and other things to make it look more interesting other than just a big bowl in your yard.
- With the indoor tub, you just need to add little details in your bathroom, such as a flower vase.
- Repainting the whole bathroom wall or placing a new kind of wallpaper to enhance the appearance of the unit and its surroundings.
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