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Why You Should Invest in a Hot Tub

Fall is almost here. Just because summer days lounging by your pool are almost over, doesn't mean you can't still enjoy your backyard! At Angie's, we have a variety of different spas to choose from. Below are a few reasons why buying a hot tub is a great investment.


Relieve muscle and back pain

Struggling with muscle, back, or joint pain? Investing in a spa can help with all of these issues. Sitting in hot water increases blood circulation to your muscles. This helps heal bone, muscle, joint, and tissue injuries. A hot tub's combination of warmth, massage jets, and buoyancy can help muscles relax and provide pain relief.


Backyard retreat

Your backyard isn't only good for the summer seasons. When you invest in a hot tub, you can relish in your backyard all year long. Enjoy a starry night or a sunrise in the warm water while you relax and reap the benefits of your spa.


Year-round use

One of the best parts about hot tubs is that they are not restricted by season. Some people assume they are bound for winter seasons only, but they can be used throughout the whole year. Swimming pools are great for the summer seasons when the weather is warm but hot tubs can be enjoyed in the winter, spring, summer, and fall.


Induce sleep

Around 30 to 35% of people suffer from symptoms of insomnia. Lack of sleep can lead to poor memory, fatigue, irritation, bad mood, and low energy. Relaxing in a hot tub for at least 15 minutes before going to bed will help you get sound sleep. The increase in your body temperature and immediate drop afterward helps your body feel relaxed and makes it easy for you to get a good night's sleep.


Personal escape

Enrich your life with a luxury experience from the comfort of your own home. With the soothing results and great feeling every time you soak in your spa, you'll wonder why you didn't invest in one sooner!


Interested in buying a spa? Come to Angie's Pool and Spa or call (317) 881-1257 to get more information or to set up a virtual appointment.


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