Hot tub or spa? Inflatable spas are becoming increasingly popular as they offer many benefits over permanently installed permanent spas.
Hot tub or spa? Inflatable spas are becoming increasingly popular as they offer many benefits over permanently installed permanent spas. In this article we’ll discuss the benefits of an inflatable hot tub and whether or not it’s a good idea to install one. We’ll also discuss whether or not inflatable spas and hot tubs are expensive. Click here to learn about more features of Inflatable spas Answer: Inflatable spas tend to don’t have built-in seats. But almost all models come with some kind of cushioned back on which to rest, which usually feels quite comfortable. Although blow-up hot tubs don’t offer the molded seats other permanent hot tub models have, you can often purchase them separately from the main unit. And you can always get a separate spa hot tub cover. How does an inflatable spa work? Inflatable spas are buoyant, with special chambers that contain air bubbles. As water is added to the chamber, the air expands the bubble, attracting more water. Once the desired temperature is reached, the air chambers collapse, releasing the trapped air, which rises to the top of the spout. This rising water produces the cold jets characteristic of hot tubs, making it desirable for