3 Advantages of Using a Cedar Hot Tub
There are two basic portable, above-ground hot tub designs – wood and acrylic (plastic). There are advantages to owning both, but wood hot tubs come out on top in a head-to-head comparison. Cedar hot tubs are some of the best on the market, offering all the benefits of regular hot tubs and much more. Although it comes down to a personal preference for each user, here are some benefits of choosing cedar wood spa.
Why choose a cedar hot tub?
Cedar hot tubs are more expensive than standard hot tubs, ranging from $3,000 to $7,000. While wet, they expand, but once dry, they maintain their original size. Hot tubs need this feature because the seals and voids must be completely leakproof when the hot tub is complete. Cedar is a waterproof material that maintains the same level of resilience even when subjected to water, making it a popular material for wooden hot tubs.
Aesthetics and Natural Aroma
Canadian Hot Tubs are renowned for their aesthetic appeal and pleasant aroma. They are available in various designs and sizes, and their wood hues and grain patterns are exquisite. Every few years, their exteriors need to be stained and sealed, but their beauty is assured to last the entire life of the hot tub. The spa experience is further enhanced by the scent of the cedar hot tub radiating while filled with hot water.
Cedar Hot Tubs Can Repel Bugs
Cedar hot tubs also keep pests like moths away. Since they won’t attract bugs, whether in use or covered, these hot tubs are excellent for areas with higher humidity where pests can be a problem, the odor and stickiness that many insect sprays have won’t mar your spa session if you have a cedar hot tub. Learn more about wood hot tubs by clicking this link.
What are the benefits of hot tub soaking?
A relaxing bath in a hot tub is a great way to take a break and prepare for tomorrow. It helps you sleep better and experience fewer interruptions, and you can resolve many of life’s dilemmas with a good night’s sleep.
Hydrotherapy is a great way to reduce weight, increase blood circulation, reduce muscular tension, and reduce joint inflammation. After recuperating from various ailments, it also provides strength, flexibility, and a broader range of motion for sore bodies.
Lowers Blood Sugars
The hot water in the tub simulates some of the benefits of physical activity, which has been shown to be effective in treating diabetes and lowering blood sugar levels.
We know that a wood-fired hot tub is an excellent complement when you’re a stunning part of a dynamic, ever-changing, and naturally untamed environment. For us, there could only ever be a wood hot tub in our forest because of how organic and heartwarming our surroundings are. Engage your senses; touch the warm water, let it wrap you, and allow the tactile dynamic of the wood grain to integrate you into the surroundings seamlessly.