Not All Hot Tubs Are Jacuzzi Tubs
Did you know? Jacuzzi is actually the brand name for whirlpools and hot tubs manufactured by an American-Italian company of the same name? Many individuals mistakenly refer to all hot tubs and whirlpools as “Jacuzzi”, which is testament to the power of the brand. If you are considering install a Jacuzzi, or any other brand of whirlpool or hot tub in your home, your first hurdle is determining where to put it. Whether it’s in the bathroom, on top of your roof, in the basement or outside, finding the perfect location can be a bit of a headache. This is even more of a hassle if the installation is taking place long after the property was built, and no allowance was made for it in the plans.
Tubs require adequate air circulation to keep them protected from decay. The flooring must be sturdy enough to support the weight of the tub. The person inspecting your home ahead of the installation should be able to advise you if reinforcement will be needed prior to installation.
If you like partying with friends or family, you should look at a few large Jacuzzi tubs to identify which one will best suit your needs. A large Jacuzzi walk in tub can easily fit 5-8 people. A two-seater hot tub is great for relaxing with your partner alone after a long week of work and travel. Jacuzzi hot tubs are widely available in many forms and sizes. Some companies will make custom designs that will fit perfectly into an existing space in your home.
Check out these amazing photos for some ideas on what your Jacuzzi tub will look like indoor or outdoor.