A wood fired hot tub doesn't use any electricity to heat. Instead, a wood fired hot tub is heated by burning wood. They are mostly found and used in rural areas by people with access to plenty of wood. They date back before electricity and access to natural gas fuel. Many hot tub lovers appreciate the experience they get from a wood fired hot tub. There are several benefits that soaking in this hot tub will give you.
Wood fired hot tubs can reduce stress
Severe stress can lead to muscle tension, headaches, and fatigue. Soaking in this relaxing hot tub will help release the endorphins in your body, thus reducing stress levels. Due to this, relaxing in a wood fired hot tub will also help you sleep better throughout the night. Soaking in the wood fired hot tub will help your skin, producing a healthy youthful glow. It does this by opening your pores and accelerating blood circulation in your body. This means you blood can deliver oxygen and nutrients to you skin more effectively, which can do wonders for your skin. Not only do wood fired hot tubs provide relaxation benefits, the provide a few health benefits as well. These hot tubs can help lower your blood pressure and increase your heart rate, because the warm water will increase you body temperature. They can help relieve arthritis symptoms by relaxing your muscles and joints while you are soaking.
Wood fired hot tubs are very cost effective and great for people who like a chemical free hot tub experience.
They are fired by wood, so no electricity is involved. This means you won't have to worry about your electric bill going up. Your water bill on the other hand will more than likely increase. With this specific kind of hot tub, you can fill it and use it 2 to 3 times and then drain it and refill it. These hots tubs aren't able to keep the temperature of the water consistent, because it is heated by burning wood. The heat in the water will rise to the top and the cooler water will stay at the bottom. To fix this and get all the water at the same temperature, you should use a paddle or large pice of wood to stir around the water.
Types of wood fired hot tubs
There are 2 different types of wood fired hot tubs. One version has the heater in the middle of the hot tub. This internal heater will usually have a fence surrounding it, making it hard to throughly clean your hot tub. With this version, the chimney is inside the tub and just a few inches of the soakers. This means you can't fit as many people in the tub and the sparks and smoke can fall directly onto the soakers. There's also a chance of ashes and wood chipping to fall into the tub, resulting in more consistent cleaning. However, with the heater on the outside of the tub, you can not only fit more people, but you also don't have to worry about ashes, wood chips, sparks, or smoke ruining your relaxing experience. This version allows easier cleaning, as well as the use of a full cover when it's not being used.