Do you love smart technology and the way it makes your life easier and simpler? If so, consider installing a smart spa. New smart hot tubs are incredible. The integration of smart technology with a hot tub gives you an unparalleled experience in relaxation and tranquility. But are smart spas the next big thing for smart homes? Here are a few things to contemplate when it comes to figuring out whether or not it could be a trend.
What Goes Into A Smart Spa?
What is a smart spa? What can it do? According to Caldera Spas, the abilities of a smart spa vary depending on the model. Generally, they have many features with voice-control and features that include things like opening/closing the spa, turning spa on/off, jet control, massage strength, music, light color, water fragrance, and much more. Some smart spas give you the ability to program massages specific to your tastes. Others can monitor your temperature and heart rate and adjust for optimal wellness.
Fortunately, a smart spa does not take much more maintenance than a regular hot tub. The most significant difference is the application. An app can control updates automatically, and there’s no need to worry about manual maintenance and upkeep, virtually from any smart device, anywhere. A hot tub’s lifespan depends on two things: quality and care. Ensure quality by doing careful research before buying. Caring for your hot tub is simple with home automation systems for your pool and spa, such as Jandy. Automatically schedule when to add water treatments, set self-cleaning modes, and remotely heat your hot tub before use. Keep in mind that Jandy takes care of your pool and spa; no need to complicate things with two automation systems. With a well maintained, high-quality hot tub, comfort, and luxury could be yours for more than twenty years.
Make your pool and spa experience even better by upgrading to all-season outdoor audio from Sonos. Talk about luxury, why not add a large screen TV for poolside sports and entertainment. Outdoor kitchens add another festive touch to your pool, spa, and patio area. Keep in mind that it is always best to hire a smart home installation professional to make any technical changes to your smart home. Please write to us for more information about hiring the right smart home professionals for your home technology project.