Whatever the weather, Hot tubs can be used all year round. Perfect in summer and excellent in winter, we explain the benefits of dipping into your tub all year around.Winter WarmersThe perfect winter settingDuring winter and late fall, the air is colder – and you can easily see how hot your spa is. Sure, there are more inviting things to look at than slow-rising steam from warm water. But there aren\u0026#39;t very many. It makes you want to get in and stay a while. Add snow or clear starry skies, fairy lights and a gazebo. The perfect winter evening.Health BenefitsIt\u0026#39;s not all about the pleasure of having a good soak. Winter is the best time to enjoy your hot tub for your health, as well. As much as hot water and relaxation are good for your health in warm months, the cold air brings out the health benefits even more.Aches, pains, and muscle tension bother us even more during winter. When we\u0026#39;re cold, we\u0026#39;re more likely to pull a muscle. Spending some quality time in your spa helps ease those pains and release tension.The Perfect PairingCold air and hot water: a match made in heaven. During summer, hot water loses some of its appeal. Winter is when we want to be warm. And, while stripping down to a bathing suit doesn\u0026#39;t sound like it\u0026#39;s warmer, trust us – it feels great once you\u0026#39;re in the tub. But what about the walk back to your house? Brrr.Actually, after you\u0026#39;ve been in the tub for a while, your core temperature is raised. Just grab a warm robe to put on after you towel down a bit. Once you\u0026#39;re back in the house, you\u0026#39;ll still be warm and cosy.No matter the weather, getting into your hot tub should always be an enjoyable and relaxing experience. Talk to us about hiring one of our hot tubs and we will deliver, install, and collect it for you for one price, hassle free. Summer SoaksTurn Down the Heat.Adjust the temperature settings on your hot tub to convert it into a plunge pool when the sun is high in the sky. When summer rolls around, it could be a little too warm for comfort. Adjust the temperature settings down on your hot tub – or just turn the heater off completely. Remember that it’s important to keep the lid on the hot tub if you want to ensure temperatures are low, so that you don’t give the sun the chance to heat it up.Hot Tub or Chill out PoolWhen it’s cold you might enjoy the warming, massaging effects of the hot tub but when it’s warm it can easily function as a compact pool in which to cool off. Once you’ve adjusted the temperature then take to the water and keep your core temp down. Just make sure that you use sunscreen as it’s just as easy to burn under water as it is out of it – and stay hydrated.Keeping it CoolFor example, a cool towel or flannel across the forehead will help to keep you from heating up if your hot tub gets warm in the sun. Keep dipping the towel in icy water to keep yourself nice and cool even when the sun is at its highest. You can always alternate between 15 minutes in the hot tub and a soothing cold shower to achieve the kind of spa effect that helps to brighten skin and invigorate your muscles.After DarkIf you find the heat of the day a little uncomfortable in your hot tub then opt for an evening or night time dip instead. Temperatures can drop significantly after dark during the summer months and at the end of a hot and sticky day sometimes a warm soak is exactly what’s required. Turn the heat on the tub up and enjoy a cosy dip looking up at the stars.