Summer 2022 will officially be here at the summer solstice on June 21, and with the rising temperatures and nicer weather upon us, it feels like it’s already here. This summer not only marks a favorite time of year for many in the Memphis metro area, Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana, but the first summer in several years that The Tub Pros can make home improvements without the stress, delay, and inaccessibility of COVID-19 restrictions. These delays and restrictions may have led many families to put off repairs or updates that could make their spaces look and function at their best.

A Jacuzzi or jetted tub might not be considered as essential to your home as a functioning sink or shower, unless you have little ones at home that need a bathtub, but a jacuzzi tub can boost your mood and the appearance and value of your home. While these features might seem to be important only in the winter, they’re actually useful year round, and a cool, relaxing bath can be a great way to unwind after a hot summer day.

But what if your tub is looking less than its best? Here, we’ll break down how The Tub Pros can help, and why summertime—and this 2022 summer in particular—is a great time to get your jetted tub looking and working at its best.

What makes summer 2022 so important to home renovations?

The summers of the past few years have been different, and might have made it difficult for those who wanted to complete home projects to get the jobs done. But not only is summer 2022 the first summer in a while with loosened restrictions, but it also comes after a few years that have given people the chance to reevaluate their spaces and assess what really matters to them.

The COVID-19 pandemic changed lots of things for Americans, and one of those things is interior design. After months of social distancing and working from home, people making home renovations are emphasizing access to nature, separate rooms, and areas like bathrooms and bedrooms geared towards providing calm, peace, and relaxation. Increased storage and practical surfaces that are easy to keep clean are also popular—along with splashes of fun color.

All of these new ideas, which reflect a new way of thinking about design and use the space in your home, factor greatly into projects that you want to do in your home. Now that you’ve had the chance to think about what matters and what you need from your space, this season is a great time to get started on your home projects.

Can you use a jacuzzi in the summer?

If one of the renovations on your list involves a Jacuzzi or jetted tub, you might be wondering if it’s worth finding a professional to make repairs or renovations during the summer. After all, it’s already hot enough outside in the Mid-South—getting into a hot bath might not sound appealing. And even if you love a hot soak during the winter, any time of year is a great time for a long soaking. 

But whether you love an outdoor tub that’s always full or an indoor one that you fill up on occasion, summer is still a great time to use it. A hot tub is usually kept around 100 – 102 degrees—that’s slightly above a normal body temperature, which makes it feel warm. But keeping the water lower than your body temperature—anywhere between about 80 and 95 degrees—makes the water feel cool and refreshing on a hot day. 

And a cool bath (with temperatures in that below-body temperature range or even cooler) can be a great way to unwind and relax. It might even lower your body temperature a bit, and make you more comfortable in the heat, while ensuring you have some relaxing time to unwind and appreciate life.

Can you refinish a jacuzzi tub?

If your jetted tub is looking less than its best—with cracks, chips, damage, buildup around the jets, or other issues—you might find that you don’t want to use it, no matter how refreshing that cool bath might be. And an unattractive or outdated color can drag down the look of a room and turn a pleasant place to unwind into one you don’t want to even think about. But the expense and hassle of renovation might make you feel defeated, like it’s just not worth the hassle. 

But the good news is that you can refinish a jetted tub, the same way you can refinish a regular tub, sink, or counter. And what about protecting those small jets, you don’t need to be concerned that the small jets, that make the tub so special, will be in the way of refinishing. The Tub Pros, much in the same way that the team refinishing your tub will protect the walls, faucets, or hardware from being covered in the new coating, they’ll also protect the jets on your tub, so they continue to work and look their best.

If you’re wondering how much does it cost to refinish a bathtub, the exact answer will depend on your project, but will be a fraction of the cost of renovation. And refinishing can be done in just a few hours, which gets your home routine back up and running.

Where can I find a tub refinishing near me?

If you’re wondering how you refinish a jetted tub, getting in touch with The Tub Pros is a great first step. The previous summers of the pandemic have shown many people the importance of their homes and of having a space to relax and unwind from the stress of everyday life. Bathrooms have a big impact in boosting not just your mood, but in how you feel about your space and your home’s value.

At The Tub Pros, we’re here to affordably, easily, and quickly make your kitchen and bathroom look and work its best. Give The Tub Pros a call today at (901) 871-8827 or use our online contact tool, for a free estimate and find out how affordable and easy it is to improve your home and have your own luxurious summer bathing place.Additional free value added information can be found in our website article library. 


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