Anasa has won the 2017 Hot Tub Installation of The Year Award
The start of a New Year is always a good time to look back at the progress and achievements of the year before. And, for us at Anasa, 2017 was an award winning year, with the business picking up not one but two prestigious gongs. In addition to a RIBA award, Anasa also won the 2017 Inground Hot Tub Installation of The Year Award at the annual UK Pool and Spa ceremony, which puts us in the position of being best in class when it comes to stylish inground hot tubs.
Hot tub installation
If you’re considering a hot tub for your property then there are a range of different options for installation. Functionality and aesthetics are just two of the factors that will come into play when choosing the right hot tub for you.
An inground installation
The Hot Tub Installation of The Year Award that we won in 2017 was for just this type of hot tub. Inground installations are in-demand for their stunning aesthetics and the convenience of being able to step down into the warm bubbles. They can be fairly complicated in terms of planning but are always worth the effort. If the inground option is your hot tub installation of choice then there are a number of factors to consider, such as ensuring that water won’t seep into the hot tub from the ground around it and protecting the pit from digging animals. It’s also important to ensure that an inground hot tub can be accessed on all sides for servicing.
A raised deck installation
Another aesthetic crowd pleaser, the raised deck hot tub installation looks good and can be designed to fit seamlessly into the decking and design of your outside space. A raised deck hot tub installation has many of the same considerations as an inground installation, such as ensuring access for service. There may also be other things to think about, such as space restrictions and their impact on both the hot tub itself and features such as a cover lifter. Often, an edge of deck installation can solve many of the issues that a raised deck hot tub might potentially encounter.
Above ground installation
This is probably the easiest choice when it comes to hot tub installation and still looks great in any outside space. A standalone hot tub is simply lifted into place with a crane. There is still some planning involved to ensure that the hot tub placement works in terms of electricity supply and water source. However, it’s certainly one of the simplest options if you’re looking to install your hot tub with the minimum of fuss and spend.
Placing the hot tub indoors can make it accessible all year round and a great amenity for your household. Ventilation and draining will be key factors for indoor hot tub installation, as well as choosing a spot where you can make the most of this awesome feature.
Whether you opt for our award winning inground installation for your hot tub or you’re more interested in above ground or indoors designs, a member of our team will be able to talk you through your options.