What Is the Difference Between a Spa, Hot Tub & Jacuzzi?
They are all used to describe tubs of hot water which (some) use jets of forced air to produce currents and bubbles, either for therapeutic or pleasurable purposes.
Hot Tub – is commonly used to mean any heated body of water, even if there are no therapy jets.
Spa – refers to a heated body of water which has therapeutic jets, often groups of jets intended to target specific muscle groups (people often use “hot tub” instead in searches, to distinguish from “health spas” A spa is also permanently installed and constructed out of concrete type and may be or not attached to a pool.
Jacuzzi – a manufacturer’s brand name -Many people call spas and hot tubs “jacuzzi” because Jacuzzi mad the first commercial spas.
Like a spa, a Jacuzzi has built-in jets to provide warmth, relaxation and a massage-effect on your muscles and joints. They are both used for either therapeutic reasons or socializing with family and friends. In the late 1960s, hot tubs were made from wood, including cedar, redwood, cypress, teak or a composite. In the mid-1970s, the technologically advanced portable acrylic spas were introduced, replacing the wooden tubs.
Benefits of owning a Spa, Hot Tub or Jacuzzi
• increase the body’s energy flow
• improving flexibility of your body
• reducing high blood pressure
• healing emotional distress
• soothing tired muscles
• detoxifying our body
• stimulating circulation
• reducing insomnia, stress and fatigue
Any of Unique’s Jacuzzi and Spas can be installed all of the way or part of the way into your deck, floor or patio. Add a fire pit or fire feature, a Ramada or pergola, amazing outdoor lighting system and beautiful plants and trees and you have a heavenly sanctuary in your own backyard.