More and more people want to treat themselves and enjoy a spa in their own home, and it is not a luxury available to a few since you have many options to enjoy a wellness center at home.
The first thing is to know what you have to do to choose the best option for you. As you already know, a jacuzzi is a large bathtub that has air conditioning and hydromassage. One of the most important things to consider is the location since you need a specific installation for your water treatment, so you should highly value the available space.
This is a very important point because you must keep in mind its dimensions. As small as the Jacuzzi is, you need ample space to mount the Jacuzzi and its equipment.
Another aspect to consider is the capacity, or what is the same, the number of people who can use it at the same time. In private areas, it is normal that they have from two to five seats maximum, and as you can imagine, the larger the SPA, the higher the price and space you need.
You should also consider the number of jets and their location. The jets are the adjustable water jets, or what is the same, the jets responsible for the hydromassage.
If the main objective of installing a jacuzzi is hydrotherapy, keep in mind the number of jets you need. Depending on its location, you can get lumbar, cervical massages …
To complete your private SPA, you can also opt for aromatherapy and chromotherapy jets through colored lights. Everything a la carte to have a personal space adapted to your liking.
Another important decision is whether to opt for an indoor or outdoor Jacuzzi. If you want to have it indoors, you have to make sure that the interior is ventilated, avoid damage from humidity, and the floor of the room can support the weight of the SPA and its filling.
If, on the other hand, you want an outdoor Jacuzzi, it must be made of a material that resists inclement weather; therefore, it may be advisable to install a cover.
Lastly, consider whether it will be a built-in or raised Jacuzzi. The choice will depend on whether we have an on-site drain and ground, a grounded outlet protected from moisture, and enough space for the motor.