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Chill Out in Your Hot Tub This Summer

Ahhh, sweet summertime. Kids are out of school, and, if you’re lucky, it’s time for a vacation of your own, too. But, there’s also a downside to summertime: the smothering Texas heat. How are you supposed to enjoy the summer when it feels like it’s 1,000 degrees outside? We have an idea: chill out in your hot tub this summer.

Did You Say Chill Out In Your Hot Tub?

Yes, that’s right. We said chill out in your hot tub this summer! And we don’t just mean “chill” as in “relax” or “hang out” — we mean chill as in the temperature. This may seem like an oxymoron, but you really can cool down in your hot tub. 

When you think of cooling down during the summer, you probably think of taking a dip in the nice, cool water of a pool. But what if you don’t have a pool nearby or room for one in your backyard? The average pool water temperature runs at about 80 degrees — and so can your hot tub water. At SpaExpo, we carry both Hot Spring® Spas and Freeflow Spas®. All of the models of both of these brands can accommodate temperatures around 80 degrees, so you can have a mini pool (aka your hot tub) in your backyard.

Okay That’s Great… But It’s Really Hot Outside

Is 80-degree water in the hot summer sun not good enough for you? We get it! The good news is, there are some other ways you can chill out in your hot tub this summer.

Some Hot Spring spa models are compatible with a CoolZone™ system. This system works with your hot tub’s heater to provide, you guessed it, even cooler water. With a CoolZone system, your water can go as cool as 60 degrees. This isn’t just great for cooling off in the hot weather, it can also be used year round for cold-water therapy. 

Does the idea of water below 80 degrees make you shiver? There are other ways you can cool out without being in hot water in the hot summer sun. Try shaking up your routine by enjoying your hot tub early in the morning or late at night. The weather outside will be slightly cooler, so your hot tub session will be more enjoyable. Plus, you’ll get the added benefits of using the hot tub at these times of day. Relax your way into the day while enjoying your morning cup of joe in the hot tub. Get your body ready to sleep and calm your mind with 30 minutes in your hot tub before bed. Then, you will truly get to enjoy your hot tub session without the sun beating on you in the middle of the day.

If you’re ready to chill out in your hot tub in Austin, head on over to SpaExpo. We’ll help you pick the perfect hot tub for you and your wellness goals, whether it’s chilling out or working out. Contact us today or stop in store to get started.

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