Often times before a person buys a spa, it is often difficult for them to choose between an indoor or an outdoor spa model. Indeed, these two models each have their own particularities and as buying jacuzzi hot tubs for sale requires a large budget, it is better to think carefully before starting. The outdoor spa One of the main advantages of the outdoor spa is the absence of humidity. As a result, dehumidifying the building is the least of your worries. It is also easy to install although it can be a masonry spa and not an inflatable spa. You can then choose between a landed, a semi-buried or buried. However, be sure to choose the location of the spa, because indeed, if the ground is too hard, therefore not flexible, then the work will be difficult to carry out, especially for high-end buried spas. It is preferable to set up a technical room for your outdoor spa. Finally, the major advantage is also that you can enjoy your outdoor spa all year round without having to worry about changes in weather or seasons. The indoor spa You can set up an indoor spa by installing the built-in spa or swim spa. The materials used for its manufacture is usually the beacute, in tone or in wood. Think long and hard about the location of your spa, as well as the size of your spa. The location must be easily accessible and above all adequate in relation to the size of the spa to avoid humidity but also for better aesthetics. A giant spa cannot be placed in a tiny bathroom. Also pay attention to the weight. Take into account the spa filled in addition to bathers inside, the ground must be able to support the whole. Finally, take care of ventilation. Good ventilation allows better evacuation of vapors due to hot water, but poor ventilation will allow the appearance and development of mold on the walls.