Extend the Enjoyment of Your Home with a New Hot Tub Deck!
Hot tub and spa decks are great for many reasons that range from providing therapy for personal injuries to simple enjoyment. Below are merely a few in-depth reasons to own one of Structurally Speaking’s custom-designed hot tub decks.
Value: When you choose to add a spa deck to your home, you raise its value exponentially. Decks generally recoup 76 percent return on their investment. However, the value goes beyond monetary values. Great spa decks and hot tubs are also an investment in your health and well-being.
Togetherness: Hot tubs can add an intimacy that is generally unrecognized. When you are submersed in its calm waters, something amazing happens. Your spa deck transforms into a private and safe area where you can be as carefree as you’d like, and truly communicate. This allows for meaningful conversation and unforgettable moments between you and your guests.
Health: Did you know that the word spa comes from the Latin “salas per aquam,” which literally means “health from water?” Hot tubs have been used since ancient times, and the three ways in which they heal the body have remained consistent.
Heat: It’s all in the name! When your body absorbs heat, it increases your blood flow, which causes your blood vessels to dilate. As a result, your blood pressure is significantly reduced! In addition, the heat will help with muscle relaxation. Hot tubs are consistently warm, which allows your blood to recirculate at a steady temperature and deliver therapeutic heat treatments that your bathtub simply cannot keep up with. As your nervous system focuses on heat gain, your body will experience temporary pain relief.
Buoyancy: Most people are predisposed to joint pain and discomfort. Hot tubs are ideal when fixing the strain that we consistently put on our joints. The natural buoyancy of water supports almost all of our body weight, which takes pressure off of our joints, giving them “down time”. You will likely feel at ease almost instantly when slipping into a hot tub.
Hydrotherapy: Anyone who has used hot tubs can tell you that the jets are incredibly beneficial. Focused streams of water can provide a massage that you control. Spas are equipped with all sorts of nozzles and pressures that are designed to help different parts of your body. Hot tubs work by targeting problem areas and soothing sore muscles. By having a hot tub at your disposal, relief from aches and pains is always available!
Get ready to enjoy the ultimate outdoor relaxation spot right in your own backyard. Contact us today about designing your new hot tub deck! We serve Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Apex, Hillsborough, Carrboro, Holly Springs, Garner and other surrounding areas.