1. Reason: What are your reasons for buying a spa e.g. relaxation, pain relief, party and socialising, family time, once you know the reason for owning a spa you’ll be better able to answer the next few steps…
  2. Right spa for you: Do you need a 6 person spa if your a household of 2-4 people and alternatively if your reasons are socialising and summer garden party’s your probably going to want a higher seating capacity. pick a spa that best fits your needs.
  3. Features: If for example your buying a spa for pain relief and hydrotherapy massage then look for jet configuration and pump HP horsepower), if for family time then music system, water features to keep the little ones entertained ect.
  4. Company: Are you buying local or online, is the company your buying from credible do they adhere to any industry standards do they have an office and a point of contact, check out reviews on Facebook, Google ect
  5. Location: Have you got a space in mind for your spa, is it big enough, you’ll also need an electric supply to it, think about privacy or shelter, some people like a secluded spot covered up and snug other like to be in the open sunshine and under the stars on a night.
  6. Budget: There’s a spa to suit every budget so why spend £1000s more than you need to on a spa that doesn’t suit your needs or offers more then you require.
  7. Feeling: Does it feel right? you know the expressions “having a gut feeling about something” or “ It felt like the right choice” you’ll be much happier with your purchase if you feel like you’ve made the right choice based upon the research you’ve done on the product and the company you’re dealing with were honest and credible.