Plastic Hot Tubs with inside heaters

Plastic Hot Tubs made of special certified plastic – polypropylene, does not require as much maintenance as those made of wood. Our plastic tubs are made of 5 mm polypropylene (some parts – from 8 mm), which is extremely durable, frost-resistant, easy to clean, non-hazardous, hygienic, may be used in contact with foodstuffs and drinking water. PP with UV protection, resistant to atmospheric action.

Since the exterior is made of wood – tubs look just as beautiful as the wooden ones, but are more hygienic and practical!

Plastic tubs do not need to continuously be filled with water because they do not over-dry, as wooden tubs do, so feel free to drain the water. The plastic tubs are cleaned with regular means for cleaning baths or pools.

In the hot tubs we use our heaters, which we produce from STAINLESS STEEL (RESIST COROSIA, BETTER KIND) or MARINE ALUMINUM (RESIST SEA WATER). Using heaters safe and according USERS MANUAL, they will warm your water more than 2 years. We have clients, who are happy with our product over 10 years !!!

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A hot tub is a form of hydrotherapy used for recreational or physical therapy. It is a large tub filled with hot aerated water that often comes with various types of jets.

Hot tubs vary in shapes and sizes, most of which are only suitable for outdoor use.

There are a number of ways in which a hot tub can have a positive effect on your health.

Soaking in a hot tub before sleeping can help insomnia sufferers to experience a deeper sleep. The hot tub will help to reset your body’s thermostat, allowing your body to fall into a natural sleep
Hot tubs are great for relieving stress as they can increase your body’s natural endorphins. They are also great for helping headaches, muscle tension and fatigue
Back pain is very common and can be eased using hot tub therapy. Hot tubs are particularly effective for lower back pain and often produce better results than anti-inflammatory medication
Regular sessions in a hot tub can act as a form of pain relief for arthritis sufferers. It is a safe and effective way of minimising the discomfort that arthritis can cause.

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