More and more people have turned their bathroom into a real spa at home. They have selected the most luxurious tiles, and even had a jacuzzi installed. This all seems impossible, but if you have the space, why not? Getting into a whirlpool bath in your own bathroom at the end of the day is of course the epitome of luxury and relaxation, so if you can afford it, be sure to think about it. Of course, such a jacuzzi is available in many different sizes. The first thing most people think of is the square version for the outside.
A large outdoor Jacuzzi
It does not immediately occur to people that they can also have a jacuzzi installed indoors, because usually when they hear this word they immediately think of the variant for outside. We are talking about the large, square whirlpools, which are often covered with wood on the outside. These can accommodate about 6 people, but sometimes more, depending on the size. They are usually placed on a terrace (often covered) and used all year round. Especially if you have a heated jacuzzi, you can even use it in the winter.
Using a hot tub in the winter
Bubbling in the summer is of course already blissful, but it is of course ultimate happiness to be able to enjoy a heated jacuzzi in the winter. If you have such a hot tub outside on your terrace that you can heat, you only have to turn it on in time (heating often takes about an hour) and then just lower yourself into the warm water. You can choose a copy with colored lighting, but also with normal lights. This way you can play a little with what the water looks like and create a special atmosphere.
Does a bubble bath use a lot of electricity?
Many people find the purchase of such a jacuzzi still feasible, but do wonder what about electricity costs they will spend if they use it often. Well, of course it takes electricity to make the bubbles do their job, but most of the power is in heating the water. So if you often want to use it in the fall and winter (quite right!), You will lose more power than when it is mainly used in good weather. However, if you cover it well, the water retains a large part of the heat. If you use it again in the short term, the water is still partly warm, and it does not take nearly as much electricity (and time!) To heat it up.
What does such a jacuzzi cost approximately?
Of course it depends on the size of the jacuzzi that you want to buy, but you still have to count on at least € 4000 for a good quality specimen. For double that amount you have a reasonably luxurious item, which has a better finish on the inside, can produce more bubbles and can accommodate more people. It just depends on how big you want it to be and what position you want to be able to sit in.