Many are still praying that our kids will soon be back in school, full-time. COVID ins’t over and it’s been a long snowy winter. But the days are getting longer, which is cheery. And we’re all ready to get outdoors and cure those end-of-winter blues — even though spring has not yet sprung.
So. Can a hot tub, like our headline today suggests, actually help?
“From all we’ve witnessed in our many years in the spa business — yes it can,” says our own Bill Renter.
“For one thing, when you own a hot tub, there’s really no end to the outdoor season, because there’s no time of year you have to close a spa down. Unless you’re a snowbird who heads south for winter, most of our clients operate their hot tub 12 months a year, 24-7.
But the joys of being outdoors, and feeling unconfined, is only one of the gifts a hot tub offers.
The benefits of hydrotherapy — or alleviating discomforts through immersion in warm water — is not subject to any calendar, so it’s soothing bubbling water is way more than a cure for end-of-winter-blues.
Known to reduce stress as much as it does aching bones and muscles, immersion in a portable spa means stress is rarely experienced once you’ve got a hot tub.
Did you know that scientific studies by the National Aquatics and Sports Medicine Institute (located at Washington State University) show remarkable health benefits associated with warm water hydrotherapy in hot tubs? For example: lowering blood pressure and improving heart and circulatory health.
Choosing the Spa for You
At Best Hot Tubs we offer three major spa manufacturer’s models — Strong Spas, Aspen Spas and Bullfrog Spas, as well as rental spas.
Our Strong Spas are manufactured in the good ol’ USA — in Pennsylvania. They are built to last and are energy-efficient. Strong boasts three different series: “Premium,” “Summit,” and “Durasport” models.
“These beauties are sleek and stylish,” says Bill Renter. “The seating is ergonomically designed for great relaxation and superb rejuvenation.”
Known for “Enviro Spa” construction, our Aspen spas boast shells and cabinets made to withstand the elements.
“This is key in the freeze/thaw weather we have in New York,” says Bill.
“This brand of hot tub resists damage from rain, humidity, heat, cold, and ice so they are popular in our neck of the woods. And Aspen models are also energy-efficient.”
Aspen says they emphasize energy efficiency through “unique applications of innovative insulation materials.” Such applications, says Aspen, means they are “built to maintain warm, therapeutic water while keeping energy bills low.”
For details about our Bullfrog Spas (available from our Windham showroom), a simple search of our blogs will call up a wide variety of posts detailing the benefits of Bullfrog models.
You are welcome to stop by for an appointment, or give our showrooms a call, or email us:
FARMINGDALE, NY: 1911 Broadhollow Rd | Farmingdale, NY 11735
WESTBURY, NY: 453 Old Country Rd. | Westbury, NY 11590
WINDHAM, NY: 5354 Route 23 | Windham, NY 12496