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Hot tubs and spas

Hot tubs and spas are very popular because they help people to relax and unwind. Relaxing in a hot tub is a great way to have fun with friends and family, and it can also help you to recover from an injury or illness.
Hot tubs and spas are usually placed outdoors, and are screened to protect the occupants from the elements, and to provide privacy.
Traditional wooden hot tubs are made from wooden staves held together by steel bands. One-piece tubs or spas are the most common now, because they are less expensive, easy to install, and use less energy.
In the United States, spa hot tubs are commonly referred to as “Jacuzzi” or “Whirlpool,” which are popular brand names.
Most spas & hot tubs have jets for massage, which can be directed at various parts of the body. Some are designed to provide pleasurable and erotic sensations.
Hot tubs spas usually have one or more pumps that may be used to propel water through the hot tub heater and hot tub filters, or to push water through the hot tub jets.
High-tech computerized controls are now common, and many hot tubs and spas are equipped with lighting systems, sound systems, DVD players, and televisions.
Various methods are used to heat the hot tub water, which include electric and natural gas heaters, wood-fired heaters, and solar water heaters.
It is essential to maintain sanitary conditions in hot tub spas, because microorganisms thrive in hot and wet conditions. Poor sanitation can lead to the transmission of disease. Changes in the chemistry of the water can also cause damage to the tub.
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