First of all, if you have decided on a terrace model with custom-built terrace, you need to prepare a plan. Take some time to think about technical questions, decide which area is best for your tub, where to place the heater, filter or any other spa equipment. What type of material will be used for decoration is another thing to consider. Look around and decide what would suit your garden best. Maybe everything is decorated with stones and plants and you can cover the sides with it, or you have a wooden terrace where you only need to cut out a circle and place the tub there. But let’s start everything from the beginning.
Have you ever wondered how hot tubs differ from one another depending on wood type?
Many decisions must be made to choose the perfect wooden hot tub. Starting with model, size, colour, wood and ending with accessories. If your decision is to have a completely natural product – a handmade wooden hot tub, you should consider which timber suits your expectations the best. There are five types of timber that are most common among our customers. Siberian spruce, larch, thermo wood, oak and red cedar. All of them are different in colour and texture as well as in wood characteristics. Wooden hot tubs require more maintenance in general, but it depends on the wood type too. So which type of timber is the perfect choose for you? Find out below!
Choosing a hot tub for the first time: where to begin?
Taking the firsts steps toward owning a hot tub may seem very frustrating, but it is easier when you have all the important information in one place. As with any big purchase, choosing the right tub for your needs means sorting through many options and upgrades. There are so many questions you should ask yourself while discovering which hot tub features matter the most. Therefore, we have prepared you a guide for making the perfect selection.
First of all, the inner frame is welded and formed in order to assure the structure of hot tub. Polypropylene used in our hot tubs is extremely durable, environment-friendly and easy to clean. We offer three color: blue, grey and black. Inner frame could have double-insulated bottom as well as insulated walls.
Your hand-crafted hot tub or sauna is finished! – what happens then?
It won’t be long before you can enjoy a relaxing bath, but first your hot tub or sauna must be carefully packaged – it should be placed on a sturdy base, strapped in place and wrapped with a protective layer. A well-packaged parcel is both easier to transport and unload. Here at TimberIN we place great importance on packaging to ensure that your brand new hot tub or sauna arrives in perfect condition.
Base preparation is something all soon-to-be hot tub owners should consider in advance. Not only does a sturdy base positively affect the longevity of the tub, but also the bathers’ satisfaction. Here is a walk-through the factors which must be considered when planning a base for your hot tub:
To have the most enjoyable experience while bathing and to ensure that the spa runs well for years to come, one must consider cleaning the spa a necessary task. Not to waste valuable water, by changing it frequently, one should consider special water care sets and filters. They keep the tub water clean for extended periods of time, because they purify the tub water by getting rid of slime, organic particles and bacteria. Let us explore these ways to maintain the water clean in more detail:
It is widely known that wood needs more maintenance compared to fiberglass or polypropylene. That means wooden hot tubs and wooden saunas require more effort to maintain. On the other hand, wooden hot tubs are 100 % natural and traditional.
Everyone wants to have a wooden hot tub in his garden. It looks fancy, surely it increases the total worth of house and it gives many unforgettable moments. However, there are many things to consider firstly, before ordering a hot tub. One of them is transportation.