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Two Person Hot tubs

By Simon Dickson

Hot Tubs are a must have accessory to have in your garden or conservatory, to be able to have a hot steaming hot tub ready for you and your partner to unwind when every you want so you are able to soak away all your tension and tired muscles.

Many people feel that they would love a hot tub in their garden but think hot tubs are all to big therefore do not have room in there garden or could not get a hot tub into their garden.
There are hot tubs on the marketplace now that are designed for two people only; therefore the tubs are much smaller to the traditional larger hot tubs. There's small hot tubs are ideal for people that wish to have a hot tub, but do not want a huge hot tub due to them not having room in the garden or just feel they do not have the need for a larger hot tub, as only every 2 people will be using the hot tub.

Small hot tubs have advantages

Smaller Hot tubs are fantastic if space is a premium in your garden or you just want small hot tub for you and your partner and do not want to share the hot tub with friends and family

An benefits of having a small hot tub is that it makes it a lot easier to get it into gardens as many small tubs are designed to be fit through a standard door therefore there is no expense for a crane to get the tub into the garden and it makes it easier to carry the tub into your garden.
With little hot tubs it enable you to fit them inside a conservatory easily with out taking up to much room and have the use of your hot tub in all weather if you do not want to step out in the cold during winter

Costs of small hot tubs

Small hot tubs are very reasonable to buy with prices starting around 2200 for a good quality tub. By having a smaller tub the volume of water is a lot less therefore running cost are reduced due to the heater having less water to heat.
When looking at smaller hot tub make sure you find out what type of heaters the tubs have, many cheaper 2 person hot tubs rely on a heat pump and there for take a very long time to heat up. It's highly recommended you make sure your 2 person spa has a heater in it, as it heats up much faster compared to heat pumps.
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