Making the Most of Your Hot Tub with Exercise

When you think of a hot tub, you probably envisage it as a place to kick back and relax. But it can also offer the perfect place to enhance your health and fitness and to help repair your muscles.

The bubbling water in a hot tub helps to repair and rejuvenate your muscles by increasing blood flow and stimulating your lymphatic system to remove toxins from your body. Therefore, doing some exercises in your hot tub can have even more benefits than doing them out of the water.

At All Weather Leisure, we’ve come up with a few firm favourites to help you get started on your hot tub exercise journey. Bear in mind that you don’t need to do all the below in one session – mix and match as you please! When starting any new exercise programme, it’s always best to check in with your doctor first.

 

  1. Releasing tension in and strengthening your leg muscles

 

  1. While sitting down, push your toes against the end of the hot tub and hold for five seconds. Relax and repeat on each leg three times.
  2. Stand up and bring your foot behind you up to your buttock and hold for five seconds, feeling your quadricep stretch.
  3. Sitting down, lift one leg so that your foot is in line with your knee. Repeat five times for each leg – moving against the resistance can help to build up your muscles.

 

  1. Easing tension in your neck and shoulders

 

  1. While sitting down, slowly roll each shoulder front to back, making a full circle. Repeat this five times with each shoulder. Then repeat the exercise with the soft circular motions going in the opposite direction.
  2. Sitting down and facing forward, slowly move your head down to the left as far as you can, before returning your head to a central position. Repeat this for each side, as well as forwards and backwards, five times.
  3. Sitting in the hot tub, lift your shoulders towards your ears and hold for five seconds. Repeat five times.

 

  1. Other exercises

 

  1. Abdominal hold – while sitting down, suck your abs in and hold for ten seconds. Repeat this five times.
  2. Arm stretches – while sitting or standing, lift one arm over your head and point down over your other side, leaning as far as you can go. Hold for five seconds and repeat for each side five times.
  3. Arm crossovers – extend your arms out in front of you with your palms down on the hot tub seat. Quickly cross your arms, alternating right and left. Repeat this for five sets of five crossovers.

 

Now that your work has been done, sit back, relax and enjoy the comfort your bubbling hot tub can bring!

At All Weather Leisure, we stock a wide range of hot tubs, garden buildings and hot tub accessories. Our showroom is based in Cannock, Staffordshire, but we have clients from all over the UK. For more information on our range, or for some hot tub advice, please call: 0333 600 7008, or email: sales@allweatherleisure.co.uk.

Come Rain or Shine Its Hot Tub Time – Visit Our New Showroom

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As you may have heard, we have now moved from our old premises at Shenstone Garden Centre to our new showroom at Virage Park, Cannock. Since the 31st of August, our doors have been open at our new location and whilst we may have moved, we are the same old All Weather Leisure, providing the same excellent level of customer service and technical knowledge that our customers have come to expect.

Where to find us

Our new showroom can be found at the following address:

All Weather Leisure Ltd,

Unit 4 Point North

Virage Park, Cannock,

Staffordshire, WS11 0NH

new showroom Cannock

Just look out for the big hot tub showroom signage on the A34!

Visit our new showroom in all weather!

Whilst our previous home was great to visit when the sun was shining, you’ll be pleased to know that our new showroom is completely indoors, so you can visit us in all weather conditions, rain or shine. As our move has also allowed us to display a larger selection of hot tubs and other products, you can enjoy having a look around without having to worry about rain, wind or any other weather surprises.

We are delighted to have moved into our new showroom and have loved showing our first visitors around. Be sure to stay tuned, as we will be having an open day in the near future – as soon as we’ve set a date, we’ll be inviting you down to enjoy some drinks and food and tour our range of hot tubs from top brands Jacuzzi and Viking Spas, along with an extensive selection of hot tub accessories and garden buildings.

For more information on the full range of products available from All Weather Leisure, simply browse our website, or give us a call on 0333 600 7008. We’re always happy to help in whatever way we can!

Choosing a Hot Tub – What to Look For

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Despite unpredictable weather in Staffordshire and beyond, a record number of people are looking to spruce up their garden with a hot tub.

At All Weather Leisure, we’ve seen a marked increase in enquiries from people in Lichfield, Cannock and Sutton Coldfield, all looking to add a little je ne sais quoi to their outside environment.

This is in part due to the increasing costs of going out and more people looking for ways to enjoy their home environment. A hot tub can be the perfect way to make the most of your surroundings and bring a slice of luxury that can be enjoyed for years to come. But what are the things you should do before buying your hot tub?

Go and have a look

Although it can be tempting to do all your hot tub research online, it’s wise not to make your decision just by sitting behind a computer screen. We recommend that you go and see some hot tubs before you buy – enabling you to feel the quality and talk through your requirements with a professional. Unfortunately, many internet offers rely on selling low quality hot tubs that don’t stand the test of time, which is why it’s important to go to your local showroom to see them.

At All Weather Leisure, we help people in Cannock, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield, and surrounding areas find the hot tub of their dreams at a reasonable price.

Find a hot tub seller who offers a warranty

How would you feel if you’d just invested thousands of pounds into a hot tub, only for something to go wrong and you not be covered with a warranty? Sometimes, repair work is necessary to keep your hot tub running smoothly, so make sure you look for a hot tub that has a reasonable warrantee.

Consider size

Hot tubs come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, so it’s important to think about how much space you have to house one and where you want to put it. If you’re unsure of what will fit and work best, having an onsite survey from your local hot tub supplier is a good place to start.

Plan the space

It can be easy to get so involved in choosing a hot tub that you forget to think about things like which direction it sits, how it will work in your overall garden design and whether you need a gazebo or garden building. When you start preparing your garden for the arrival of a new jacuzzi, speak to your local retailer who can help you in your planning journey.

Think about how you want the water filtered

Hot tub filtration systems have many important functions, primarily keeping you safe from bacteria and your machine safe from debris that could damage or even break it. There are many types of filtration systems in place and each has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, it’s important to talk through your options with your local hot tub retailer.

Think about funding

Hot tubs can be an expensive purchase that you might not want to shell out for in one go. Reputable hot tub retailers can offer finance packages that will allow you to spread the cost of your new investment. At All Weather Leisure, we can provide up to 3 years interest free credit on all new Jacuzzi hot tubs.

To start your journey to find your dream hot tub, call our Staffordshire-based store today on: 0333 600 7008. We have a wide range of hot tubs just waiting for you to dip your toes into.

3 Reasons to Buy a Hot Tub Rather Than Booking a Family Holiday

buying a hot tub

Before you consider paying out the annual outlay on a family holiday abroad, we offer three good reasons why purchasing a hot tub might make a better investment.

  1. Bringing the holiday to you

The decision to buy a hot tub can bring a real holiday experience to your home, offering a sense of genuine relaxation and luxury that can be enjoyed again and again!

Whether you’re looking to spend more time socialising with your friends and family, interested in the therapeutic and healing benefits, or simply looking to enjoy some well-earned quiet time, a hot tub offers all the essentials of a holiday at home!

  1. All year enjoyment

You may miss out on a few weeks in the sun, but a hot tub really does have an all weather appeal that lasts throughout the year.

You’ll find a hot tub is a great feature for summer parties and sunny days, but just as enjoyable for luxurious autumnal bathing, relaxing with friends on a frosty February evening or enjoying a festive drink as the hot steam rises!

  1. A long term investment

Although a well-deserved holiday would be lovely, it will only last for a couple of weeks and there’s always the chance to travel abroad next year!

A hot tub offers a permanent slice of luxury that will last for years to come. You will be surprised how quickly it becomes a regular part of your social and relaxation time, and a highly valued feature of your home. Many people find that the hot tub is the perfect excuse to spend more time with friends and family. There’s no need to travel far to bring all the people you love together, why not buy a hot tub instead?


For many years All Weather Leisure have supplied the highest quality hot tubs, swim spas, wooden garden buildings and thatched gazebos to the Midlands. Why not invest in spending more time with your family, soaking in the hot tub, rather than simply condensing it into only a week or two?

If you’d like to find out more about our range of hot tubs, please click here.

How to Keep Hot Tub Running Costs Down

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If you have a hot tub or you are considering buying one, you may be wondering how to keep energy bills down and maximise its efficiency. At All Weather Leisure, we recommend taking a number of steps to ensure that you are doing all you can to keep your hot tub running nicely, while also cutting down running costs where possible.

Pick a well-made hot tub

Although it is easy to think that all hot tubs are made to the same standard, the truth is quite different. A well-constructed hot tub will have built in, quality insulation that helps to keep your tub warmer for longer. Cheaper imports don’t always have the same efficiency, so ensure that you’re buying a high quality product with a decent manufacturer’s warrantee – this is always a given with All Weather Leisure.

cutting down hot tub running costs

Use a quality hot tub cover that’s in good condition

It can be tempting to go for a cheaper option in the short term, but when you purchase the cheapest hot tub cover on the market it can be a false economy. This is because poor quality covers let out more heat, which can mean that you’re spending money on electricity while you heat the world outside. The same can be said when your hot tub cover is broken, as any slight damage can significantly reduce energy consumption.

Use a hot tub gazebo or building

With the unpredictable UK weather, it can be difficult to plan when you go in your hot tub. That’s why housing your hot tub in a gazebo or building can protect it further from the cold, which can lead to lower energy usage and running costs.

hot tub building

Set up a wind block

It sounds simple, but setting up a wind block, made from fencing, shrubs or trees, can not only give more privacy, but reduce heat loss too.

Turning off hot tub accessories

There are lots of fancy functions that you can add to your tub, such as LED lights and power jets, but leaving them on can use an unnecessary amount of energy. For example, air induction jets are fabulous for soothing aching muscles, but lower the temperature by inducing the water with air. Making sure that any additional features are turned off while the hot tub is not in use is key in keeping energy costs down.

When you’re going away, use holiday mode

Remember to turn down the Jacuzzi’s thermostat when you go on holiday, or during any extended period of non-use. If this is during warmer months, you can turn the thermostat down to its lowest level or off, but in freezing weather you must keep some heat in there to stop the water freezing and damaging the pipes.

Change your filters regularly

Spa filters that are clogged or worn out can make your pump work overtime and cause your heating element to perform less efficiently, wasting electricity and cash. Make sure that you clean your filters every time you change the water and replace the filter annually.

Conserve water

Wasting water is not just bad for the environment, but it can increase your hot tub running costs. This is because the more water that’s wasted, the more you will have to replace and heat. When using the tub, try not to splash around too much and make sure that there aren’t any leaks. By cleaning your spa regularly, replacing filters when necessary and using the right combination of hot tub chemicals, your water will last longer before it needs to be changed.

Use a thermal blanket

Thermal spa blankets are one of the best investments that a hot tub owner can make, paying for themselves in no time thanks to the heat that they conserve. They sit on top of the water, underneath the cover, playing a big part in reducing hot tub running costs.

hot tub thermal blanket

At All Weather Leisure, we help people in Staffordshire, the West Midlands and all over the UK find the hot tub of their dreams. If you need some help in deciding which type you should invest in, our expert team will be able to help you. Please call us today on: 0333 600 7008, or email.

Our Top Tips for Recycling Your Hot Tub Water When It’s Time to Empty Your Tub

Maintaining your hot tub is fairly simple, including a regular draining and refilling every 3-4 months. Refreshing your water is important because over time, it will become clogged with minerals, contaminants and other deposits that put a strain on the filter and sanitiser. You’ll likely be left with cloudy-coloured water that won’t be so nice to soak in. However, since a hot tub can hold up to 2500 litres of spa water depending on its size, draining and refilling it can produce a lot of wasted water. If you’re trying to save on water or work on your environmental credentials, you might want to try these useful ways to reuse, recycle and extend the life of your spa water when it’s time to empty the tub!

Adjusting your pH levels

Keep your jacuzzi water pH level to the ideal range of 7.2 to 7.8, as this will ensure that it is well sanitised and won’t lead to skin irritation or scale formation. Regularly testing and adjusting the total alkalinity and calcium hardness levels of your spa water will also help to prolong its life. Total alkalinity helps you control the pH levels, and should be between 80 to 120 ppm. The calcium hardness will measure the amount of minerals in your water. Keeping this at the right level will help your filter and sanitiser in better shape and can extend the water usage. Calcium hardness should be between 100-450 ppm depending on the finish of your hot tub.

You can find what you’ll need to test your spa water and keep it clean for longer here.

Recycle water by watering your garden

 

hot tub water recycling

Watering your plants and lawn is one of the easiest ways to recycle your hot tub water and reward your garden in the process!

For both chlorine and saltwater hot tubs, you’ll want to test the chlorine and pH levels and make sure they’re at the desired levels before using the water. The chlorine level should be below 1 ppm, and the pH level between 7-8 to make sure that your plants are safe.

Spa water is fine to use on plants; however, some plant varieties may not be so tolerant to saltwater. For grass, a slightly lower pH of around 7 will be fine. It may take a few days to use the hose around every half hour, so you don’t over-saturate one area of the lawn.

With the warmer weather, you may even want to water your house foundations or concrete, to prevent the ground from becoming too dry and soaking the surrounding soil to provide extra support for the house structures.

Got a pool?

A clean outdoor pool can take a large amount of spa water and ta-dah – it’s easily converted to pool water. It’s a great way to recycle a larger amount of water from your hot tub.

Clean your car

If you’re watering your front lawn, you may as well give your car a good clean as well. Simply hose your car down and leave the water running on the lawn as you start scrubbing the car.

Shower before you hop in

Taking a quick shower before you relax and soak in the hot tub may help you reduce the amount of times you’ll have to drain it. Showering will help to get rid of excess dirt, oils and contaminants on the body which could eventually overload the spa filter and sanitiser. Keeping your hair out of the water will also help to keep contamination levels low.

Preventing cloudiness

 

hot tub filter

Adding a second filter, either an inline or external one, will give you better filtration and reduce substance build-up in your hot tub water. You can also use a spa clarifier or spa enzymes to keep the water from becoming cloudy and help you to tackle water waste.

For more advice on maintaining your spa water, you can speak to a member of our team by calling 0333 600 7008, or browse through our range of hot tub filters, cleaning products and accessories to keep your hot tub in great condition.

 

Garden Escape – Hot Tubs in Staffordshire from All Weather Leisure

Hot tub parties might draw to mind images of luxury log cabins and hotel resorts, but hot tubs are much closer to home than some people realise. With many of us looking forward to the summer and taking advantage of any good weather that we get in the UK this year, now is the perfect time to invest in your own hot tub. At All Weather Leisure, we have plenty of experience in supplying and installing hot tubs in Staffordshire and the surrounding areas.

hot tub Lichfield Staffordshire

A few years ago, the only accessories Staffordshire home owners needed in their back garden were a lawnmower, a few tools, a bench, or maybe a garden table and chairs. However, as lifestyles grow more and more hectic, the garden is increasingly becoming a favourite place to relax. Even though the weather in the Midlands is unpredictable at best, this certainly hasn’t affected sales of hot tubs, in fact, hot tubs are actually more popular in cold weather.

hot tub Burntwood Staffordshire

Even in cold weather, a hot tub provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy your garden whilst staying warm, comfortable and relaxed. Whilst people like to tend the garden and make sure their outdoor space looks great, the English weather can often get in the way of this. On the other hand, hot tubs provide an ideal retreat from poor weather – you can even house your tub under a garden building. Gazebos provide important cover whilst still providing plenty of a garden view, or woodlands log cabins are full of potential for relaxing and entertaining your friends all year round.

hot tubs Staffordshire

Living in Staffordshire, you’re never far away from the speed of life and modern technology, but relaxing in the hot tub allows you to get away from your smart phone and escape digital distractions. How does that sound to you? It certainly sounds great to us. You may be in your back garden, but when you are relaxing, you can pretend you are anywhere.

If you are looking for a hot tub supplier in Staffordshire or the Midlands, call All Weather Leisure today on 0333 600 7008 or come and see us at our showroom. We’ll be happy to talk through all of your requirements to find the best hot tub to suit your needs.

Happy Hot Tub Customers throughout the Midlands

From our base at Shenstone Garden Centre, we are perfectly located to supply hot tubs to customers based throughout the midlands. Excellent road links mean that it’s easy to visit us and take advantage of our great customer service and product expertise. We’re always happy to meet people and talk through their hot tub needs to help them choose the perfect spa to suit their home.

As well as providing a brilliant shopping experience, at All Weather Leisure, we are also very proud to offer the best in ongoing care for customers throughout the Midlands. You can rest assured that you will be very happy with your finished hot tub installation – our team carry out all ground work and electrical installations, so we’re confident that you can enjoy your hot tub as soon as possible after we have finished our work.

Hot Tub Installation in the Midlands

If you are looking for the perfect hot tub for you, before you visit us at our showroom, why not read these testimonials from customers in the West Midlands, Worcestershire and Leicestershire.

Barbara & Richard Davis, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands

Thanks for the delivery and installation of our Viking Royale hot tub today. Your service from pre-sale to set-up has been friendly, helpful and very professional. We have felt every confidence in your advice and are looking forward to our first dip in the tub tomorrow.

Regards,

Barb and Rich

hot tub staffordshire

Chris Marshall, Redditch, Worcestershire

Hi Liam,

Just a quick email to say how delighted we are by the hot tub and complete customer service experience so far. The work by Gavin and Simon has been excellent and to say we’re happy with the final result is an understatement. Just can’t wait until the Jacuzzi engineer can complete the commissioning once the work’s finished.

Best wishes,

Chris Marshall

hot tub Redditch

The Merriman family, Coalville, Leicestershire

Hi Luke and Liam,

I would like to thank you both for the advice and for a professional service you both have shown, from the initial visit to view your hot tubs on display, through to the installation that was completed today.

How many other company owner’s turn up to actually carry out the installation themselves, giving that great touch of customer service? Not many, I guess… I would not hesitate to recommend you guys in the future.

Although it was a quick decision in the end to purchase a Jacuzzi 385, I had certainly done my research and tested a selection of different hot tubs, from Artesian to La Spa, and Sundance to Coast Spas, before finally ending up with Jacuzzi and my mind was then made up.

I had a budget in mind and was leaning towards the 200 series, but in the end I decided to go for the 300, pushing my budget out the window as this isn’t something I want to change anytime soon. I am so glad I did. One happy family.

Thankyou,

The Merrimans

hot tub Coalville

If you are looking for a seamless hot tub purchase and installation experience, visit us today at Shenstone Garden Centre, Birmingham Road, Shenstone, near Lichfield, WS14 0QQ.

Please feel free to browse our website to learn more about our products. If you have any questions, please feel free call our friendly team on 0333 600 7008.

Hot Tub Tips – The Key to Keeping your Hot Tub Clean

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Having a hot tub is great for hydrotherapy, relaxation and pain relief. However, with this great luxury comes great responsibility. Spa water needs to be maintained regularly in order to kill bacteria and maintain optimum pH levels. For a typical family, your hot tub water should be changed around every three months with regular maintenance ensuring that you’re bathing in safe and clean water as well as protecting your spa’s expensive equipment.

Here are some ways that you can keep your hot tub clean, along with some accessories that will help you with this:

Choose a sanitiser

You can choose between bromine and chlorine. We recommend that you get a starter pack if you’ve never had a hot tub before. It gives you all the essentials as well as a guide on how to use the sanitizer. It may be a good idea to invest in a dispenser that will release the sanitizer gradually and over time.

Reduce the chemical usage

To reduce the chemical usage, you can add a UV generator, enzymes, mineral sticks or an ozone generator. Although you can’t completely cut down on using sanitizers, using these methods can certainly help reduce the chemical usage.

Buy water test strips or a test kit

Ideally you should test the water 3-4 times a week using water test strips. Regularly checking the water means that you’ll be able to manage your cleaning schedule. Generally speaking, chlorine should stay between 2-3 ppm and bromine should remain between 3-5 ppm.

Maintain the pH levels

Keeping the pH levels as neutral as possible is vital. If the pH drops too low, you will need to increase it and if the pH levels are too high you will need to decrease it. To control the pH there are a few products you’ll need to invest in. You can get a pH minimiser and pH increaser which will be ideal to keep things in control.

Shock the water

In order to revive bromine or chlorine that’s been suspended, you may need to shock the water.  Using shock treatments aid in removing impurities like body oils, cosmetics, perspirations etc. To see what kind of products you need for this, click here.

Chemical control

By inputting chemicals in the hot tub, you can solve specific problems like excess foaming, moulding etc. You can buy various products to help you solve these issues.

Filter maintenance

Performing regular filter maintenance is very important. It’s the key to maintaining your hot tub. Make sure you remove and clean the filter with a hose at least once a week – it’s a good idea to stock up on filters as the spa can’t run without a filter. Filters should be replaced when they become grey and black or no longer work effectively. To see our range of filters, click here.

Empty out the hot tub

Occasionally, you will need to drain out your hot tub. After a few months you’ll see that you may be unable to maintain the chemical balance in the water. To do this, you will need to empty the hot tub and give it a good clean before you refill it with water.

Whilst you may be tempted to use household cleaning products on your hot tub, we strongly advise against this. There are specialist cleaning items available specifically for hot tubs that will ensure that your spa stays in tip top condition and working order.

To see our full range of products, you can visit our website and get a hold of a full guide of how to take care of your hot tub. If you have any questions, please call us today on 0333 600 7008 or come and see us at our showroom.

Our Top Tips For Throwing The Best Hot Tub Party

After a long day or week at work, there’s nothing better than getting into your hot tub, cranking up the temperature, and turning on the jets, relaxing and recuperating. However, whilst your hot tub is the ideal location for some alone time, when the weekend rolls round, the tub is also the perfect place to have fun with your friends.

hot tub partyIt’s no secret that your hot tub can be at the centre of a great party, but for an event you and your friends will truly remember, be sure to follow our simple tips for how to throw the best hot tub party:

Keep your guest list small

Choosing a guest list for your hot tub party is all about playing by the numbers. Remember, your hot tub only holds a certain number of people comfortably and safely. As host, it’s your responsibility to make sure that your friends are enjoying themselves, so you wouldn’t want to leave anyone out if they were unable to fit in the hot tub. Some hot tubs might seat up to 9 people, whilst others may only seat 3 or 4.

 

Always have spare towels and bathing suits

Always anticipate the things that guests might forget to bring. It doesn’t matter how clear you are on your invitations, there’s always a chance that someone will arrive unprepared. The most commonly forgotten items for a hot tub party are towels, flip flops and even bathing costumes, so it’s always worth making sure you have extras on hand.

Sometimes, guests pretend to forget their bathing costumes to avoid getting into the water, but should they change their mind and feel like they are missing out on the fun, you can gently persuade them to join in.

Provide plenty of water to drink

If you are going to be drinking alcohol at your party, it’s a good idea to also provide plenty of drinking water. The warm water of your hot tub can speed up the intoxication process, so by drinking more water, you stand a better chance of not getting too drunk and help to prevent the likelihood of a hangover the following morning by staying hydrated.

Clean your hot tub before the party

You should clean your hot tub regularly and stay on top of water balance and sanitation, but before a party is always the right time to give your tub a thorough clean. Make sure the pH levels are right and ensure that the water is properly sanitised using specialist hot tub chemicals. If you are unsure about how to properly clean your hot tub, be sure to refer to the manual for your model.

Create the right ambience

The right ambience always plays a big part in a successful party. Choose a party playlist to suit the occasion and place your speakers a safe distance away from the tub, keeping the volume low enough so that your guests can hear each other as well as the music. Relaxing lighting can also help to create the right mood – keep the lights low rather than blinding your guests with bright spotlights.

Choose a theme

For extra excitement, you can choose a theme for your party – a little imagination can go a long way. Why not choose a beach theme, or even go down the vintage swimsuit party route? Once you’ve chosen a theme, make sure you keep your decorations, food, drinks and music along the same lines.

hot tubInvest in floating caddies and plastic glasses

If you are looking to serve finger snacks, why not invest in some poolside or inflatable caddies so you can keep your nibbles within reach? Plastic glasses are a must for your party as it doesn’t matter if you accidentally drop them as they will not shatter.

Plan some other activities

It’s likely that not all of your guests will want to spend the entire evening in the hot tub, so it’s always good to set up some extra activities, such as card games, board games, a film, or even on demand TV. Waterproof cards are also a great idea for keeping you and your guests occupied in the hot tub.

Last and not least, enjoy yourself

Whilst being prepared for a hot tub party is important, don’t over-think things too much. Once you have followed the tips above, relax and join your guests for an evening of fun – sometimes the most memorable parts of a party are the least expected moments, so you can’t plan everything.

If you live in the Staffordshire area and love the idea of investing in a hot tub to entertain your friends, be sure to view our range of hot tubs, visit our showroom at Shenstone Garden Centre, or give us a call on 0333 600 7008.