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Taking The Plunge Part 1: Benefits Of An Inflatable Hot Tub

Taking The Plunge Part 1: Benefits Of An Inflatable Hot Tub

If you are finding yourself spending more time at home, and feeling a little bit like life hasn’t got much fun to offer, don’t despair! At Trust A Trader, we know that everyone faces different challenges. Whether it’s finding inspiration for home and garden repairs and maintenance, or finding a local, reliable trader that you can trust, we have got your back.

Hot tubs used to be reserved for footballers’ wives and millionaires, but today they are accessible to most of us. In this series we will look at the benefits of getting an inflatable hot tub, choosing a hot tub, and making sure that you install it properly. First, let’s take a look at some of the reasons why you should take the plunge and treat yourself (although we doubt you need much persuading!).


Unlike permanent hot tubs, which cost at least four figures, you can get an inflatable hot tub for a few hundred pounds. Add around £30 a month to run it and keep it hot and it is still a luxury, but a more affordable one. Inflatable hot tubs won’t last as long as fixed ones, but for the length of time that you will have them, the average cost per year is comparable. So, if you can – treat yourself.


Life can be stressful at the best of times, and it can become increasingly hard to escape the day to day trials that we face. A soak in the hot tub is guaranteed to help you to relax – and a healthy mind will help you to keep a healthy body, too. A hot tub won’t just impact your mental health, hydrotherapy helps to reduce muscle pain and arthritic pain as well as lower blood pressure and heart rate.


Don’t fancy having a great big hot tub in the garden all year round? Inflatable hot tubs are quick and easy to set up, and just as quick to put away again, so you can enjoy it whenever you want.

If you have decided to go for it and treat yourself to a hot tub, congratulations! First step is to decide where you are going to put the tub. You may need to consult a landscape gardener to build you a deck or clear the right amount of space for your new tub, and you definitely need to speak to a local electrician to make sure that you have a safe set up to power your hot tub in the desired location.

Follow Trust A Trader on Facebook or Twitter for next week’s instalment, where we look at the steps you need to take to make sure that your hot tub is installed properly for optimal use.


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