By Jason Cramp
Hot tubs, once simply a vessel containing hot water and a couple of jets, are now sophisticated aquatic features designed for the ultimate in bather relaxation, comfort, hydrotherapy and entertainment. Today’s hot tubs are not only used to alleviate muscle and joint pain, but also as a way for families to unwind. With a growing number of products competing for consumers’ discretionary income, a number of manufacturers have introduced various features and energy-efficient qualities to peak buyer interest.
While many people use hot tubs as a way to relieve pain, their traditional use as a way to relax and have fun still remains an important factor. As such, the trend continues to be smaller, two-to-six person models, which allows bathers to still have fun while rejuvenating their bodies. For instance, Marquis® Spas’ new ‘Spirit’ hot tub seats four adults comfortably, and thanks to its rounded-front design and footprint, it appeals to homeowners who want to avoid the look of a giant box of water.
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