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If you want to add a little bit more luxury to your bathroom then an increasingly popular upgrade is to install a whirlpool or spa bathtub. These products are created to provide you with the ultimate relaxing soak, giving you the perfect place to chill out and unwind after a tiring day. But what exactly should you be looking for? Well in this guide we'll explain what these baths are and why they might be an ideal option for you.

So what exactly is a whirlpool bath?

Whirlpool baths differ from regular tubs because they feature an array of jets which are positioned to give you a much more relaxing experience. Whirlpool and spa baths do differ slightly from each other however:

Whirlpool: These baths are slightly more advanced than regular spa options as they use a mixture of air and water to provide a stronger flow from the jets.

Spa: The more basic option, these bathtubs only use air to create a softer stream of bubbles.

What benefits do they have?

The advantage that whirlpool and spa baths have over regular alternatives is that they can massage you while you bathe, providing you with a more enjoyable soak. They can help to ease tired muscles, relieving tension and stress. They are available with various numbers of jets depending on exactly what you require; some baths feature jets that run all the way around the tub which target specific body areas, while others have adjustable jets so you can create the perfect flow of bubbles.

They look pretty cool too, and some of the newer designs are pretty advanced; you can get spa baths which are built inside a shower cabin for a complete, all in one experience. Many of these items even come with features such as built-in radios and MP3 connectivity so you can chill out to the sounds of your favourite tunes!

Are they easy to fit?

In a nutshell no, not really; well not unless you have a good idea of what you're doing anyway. Not only do you have to go through all the stages you would when fitting a regular bath but you'll probably need to do a fair bit of wiring too, especially if you opt for a whirlpool bath which has things like underwater lighting. We strongly recommend getting a professional in to install a spa or whirlpool bath as not fitting one correctly can be costly or even dangerous.

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