What do you do when your outdoor space is too small for a hot tub or if you want privacy when using your spa? Put it indoors. But before you get all excited about having a hot tub inside your house, think through a few practical steps that ensure your home and your health stay protected.
What’s your favorite part of gardening? Maybe you love getting your hands dirty, watching seeds grow or harvesting the bounty at the end of the season. Gardening is an activity that relaxes your mind, exercises your body and improves your general well being.
We Pros know how much you love a good hot tub soak with your family and friends. Why not bring along a few games the next time you’re in your spa. Take off the hot tub cover, slide into the spa and have fun while you relax with your loved ones.
Everyone knows that hot tubs provide relaxation and pleasure for people of all ages. There’s nothing better than a good soak to relax tight muscles, relieve stress and improve your attitude. But are hot tubs safe for older users? We Pros recommend a few safety tips that ensure older hot tub users enjoy all the benefits of hot tubbing.
Your hot tub won’t last forever. While your spa is sturdy, it includes mechanical parts that wear out over time. Because your hot tub is an investment, fixing any small repairs makes better sense than replacing the entire spa. We Pros suggest you check out these common problems and their solutions before you buy a completely new hot tub.
You don’t have to be Michael Phelps to enjoy swimming. It’s a lot of fun and is a great way to stay fit. In fact, exercise for an hour three to four times a week, and you could see your blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes risk decrease. But do you have money and space to install and maintain an in ground pool? If not, buy a swim spa.
What’s your favorite type of music? We Pros love a good tune, especially during backyard events. Music is one of the best ways to get the party going or set a romantic mood. Here are a few ways music can enhance your backyard events.