What layout of tub to choose ?
This is a common question that as spa retailers we are asked over and over - and quite rightly so as it’s a big decision! So let’s have a look at what factors really do effect this decision making process.
1- Who will be using the tub ? If you are a couple and it will mainly be the two of you using it then a lot of couples opt for a spa which offers multiple loungers , or beds as they can also be known . They don’t want to argue over who is reclined during their hydrotherapy and therefore this allows both to enjoy this aspect but also usually leaves a few extra standard upright seats . If however you have a large family or are buying a tub that will mainly be using the tub for social gatherings then more normal seating positions can be beneficial as this layout tends to offer more space and seats within the tub
2- What’s the tub main purpose ? If a tub is mainly for your own usage then you can really choose as per above depending on your situation. At times though the tub is meant for guests at lodges say and typically then a more open seating plan is ideal as it will allow more people to use it as per above. Another thing to look at is is the tub meant for specific hydrotherapy purposes, in which case do loungers it specifically positioned upright seats aid this more for your own specific needs.
So yes there are many different reasons as to choosing 1, 2 or zero loungers in a tub as well as other factors . Still unsure ? Pop into one of our custom showrooms to try out dry tubs and sit in many different positions to find out what works for you