Selecting the Right Design


Design of Hot Tub

Ergonomic Design

Ergonomically designed seats are a surefire way to ensure hot tub comfort because they are designed to fit your body's shape. When checking a hot tub for comfort, you can ask us for a "wet test" where you sit in the hot tub while it's full. Next, pay attention to whether you are comfortable sitting in the seats. If the hot tub has lounger seats, make sure they are non-floating and that you can easily recline with your feet on the floor. If you float out of your seat, it will be difficult to stay comfortable.

Extra Features

There are a variety of additional design features that can make or break your comfort experience. The first of these is multi-level seating. When you want a hot tub that can fit all body types, multi-level seating is a must. Second, pay attention to the footwell. The footwell should be spacious, even if the hot tub is filled to capacity, so that no one feels cramped. Third, make sure that there are safety steps, especially if you have guests who may struggle to enter and exit the hot tub.

Hot tub design

Last But Not Least

It's easy to overlook minor hot tub features like pillows, ice buckets, drink holders, and cabinet style, but these things are also important to creating the most comfortable experience possible. Pillows should be comfortable, removable, and easy to clean. Remember that a hot tub without a cabinet offers the easiest installation anywhere, while those with cabinets can create installation challenges.