With the cold weather officially setting in, it is time to adjust for winter. One of my personal favorite winter activities is heading in the hot tub for a soak. There is just something special about getting out of the cold brisk air, and immersing yourself in warm water. Winter hot tub soaks are the perfect combination of hot and cold. However, there are some things you need to do differently with winter soaks than summer ones. Here are some Cold Weather Hot Tub Accessories!
Spa Caddy- What can make soaking in the spa during the cold weather even better? Hot chocolate of course! The spa caddy is the perfect way to bring your favorite beverage to the spa without worrying about spilling. Enjoy your favorite drink with this cleverly designed product, and step your spa experience up a notch.
Comfortable robe– The spa is a safe place to escape the cold weather, but heading to and from the hot tub can be freezing! Grabbing a comfy robe is the perfect way to avoid the cold as you rush to the spa. As an added bonus, you will dry more quickly after you get out.
Spa hand rail- During the colder months, ice can build up on your spa stares and become very dangerous. Icy steps combined with wet feet are a recipe for disaster. It is a good idea to install a handrail to make getting in and out of the tub less dangerous during the winter.
Hot tub cover- A cover is vital during the winter months to help prevent heat loss, thrown off pH levels from snow and rain, frozen water and water loss. A cover is a great tool year round, but it becomes even more important during the winter.
Side mounted spa umbrella- If it begins to snow or rain during your soak, you may want to give yourself some cover. However, if you are enjoying the snow this umbrella can swing out of the way, and let you enjoy a winter wonderland soak. It is always nice to have options.
Soaking in the spa during the winter is a fantastic way to warm up and enjoy your free time. Combined with these amazing accessories, you will be all set to enjoy your spa soak in style. If you would like to learn more about winter time hot tubs, give us a call today!