Renting a hot tub for a party, barbecue or for another special occasion is a treat. Generally, individuals who rent hot tubs are not experts on the subject and are relatively unaware of the functions and features they look for when renting a system. If you are considering renting a hot tub, we have compiled some valuable information regarding hot tub features in order to help you make your hot tub rental a success.
Most people renting a hot tub will rent a system for outdoor purposes. There are some manufacturing companies who will rent indoor models; however these are more difficult to install and you'll have to make sure you have enough space for the entire unit. Many companies rent lightweight, easy to move hot tubs. Some sit on the back of a trailer and use a propane tank for outdoor heating, while others are easy enough to be moved indoors, for homes with adequate space.
Hot tub renters should note two things: ventilation indoors is important because of the hot tub chemicals used to clean these items. There should be either a fan or windows to help transport the steamy, scented air outside of the room.
The second thing to consider is that a tub is very heavy. It is important for the tub to meet structural requirements, especially if you want to place it indoors or on a deck. Remember, a lightweight tub filled with water is still extremely heavy.
If you are choosing to rent a hot tub, there are a number of questions which should be answered before you agree to rent a specific unit. Ask the salesperson the following questions in order to ensure you receive a hot tub unit that meets your expectations:
Hot tub parties can be a real blast - but only if safety precautions are followed.