But most people don't own a hot tub. Yet when Jack Frost starts visiting, they immediately consider their own private backyard hydrotherapy and heat source.
For these people, owning a hot tub is an afterthought during the summer. But when the winter hits they could immediately use one in their backyard, on the deck or on the porch.
There's nothing like coming home after a long day, sitting down in the spa and relaxing as the soothing bubbles, swirls and water pressure melt away the stress of the day. Yet a hot tub or spa is a significant commitment, taking up time for maintenance along with money to both initially purchase a hot tub and to maintain it.
And what do you do during the summer with your hot tub? I'm not saying a hot tub is useless during the summer, but for half of the year a hot bath of bubbles and water pressure just doesn't appeal like it does during colder weather. What does the typical owner do with their hot tub during this time? Most people cover it up and let the water just sit, which is not recommended.
If you have considered creating your own escape in the privacy of your home or backyard, yet have been turned off, thinking it will be an eyesore or useless for half of the year, Family Leisure Hot Tubs offers the solution. The portable DreamMaker X100 Spa (pictured above right and left) provides perfect hydrotherapy action, yet comes at a fraction of the cost and is easy to move.
It's only 184 pounds, considerable less than the typical hot tub. This allows you to shut down this model at the end of the cold season and easily roll it into a storage area, such as a pool house, basement or garage. State of the art technology is used to create a one-piece totally portable and carefree spa for a fraction of the cost of most hot tubs (at the time of this blog post: $1,499.99). The X-100 is resistant to all weather types and plugs into your standard wall outlet.