Are you and your family spending more time at home these days? If so, chances are you have been making more use of your patio and outdoor living space.
While it can be very comfortable and inviting to spend time outside during the day, once the sun sets the temperature tends to drop, making it less comfortable to spend time with loved ones outdoors.
Fortunately, with the right outdoor heating solutions, this will no longer be a problem. Let’s take a closer look at some of the best ways to heat your patio and outdoor living space.
Keep Warm in a Hot Tub
While a hot tub won’t heat your entire outdoor space, it sure will keep you and your family members warm and toasty. Enjoy the fresh air of your backyard living space, all while experiencing the benefits of hydrotherapy. That’s right, spending time in a hot tub can do so much more than just keep you warm.
Through a tried and true therapeutic technique, soaking in a hot tub on a regular basis can help to ease aches and pains, improve sleep patterns, reduce feelings of stress, improve circulation, boost energy, improve balance, flexibility, and overall mobility, among a number of other health and lifestyle benefits.
Hot tubs are comfortably heated anywhere from 100° F to 104° F and can be adjusted using the digital control panel or from a mobile device.
Outdoor Patio Heaters
Sleek and efficient, an outdoor patio heater can help keep you warm and toasty on the coolest of nights. Simply get comfortable on your outdoor couch with a blanket and good book, or bring the whole family outside to dine by moonlight.
For most outdoor heaters, you will be able to set it to a certain temperature based on your needs and how cold it is outside.
Fire Pit or Fire Table
Bring warmth and style to your backyard space with a fire feature. Both fire pits and fire tables are great options for most backyards, it just depends on what you are looking for.
A fire pit is generally ideal for larger backyards where you may want to entertain a group of people. Fire pits are generally placed on a patio, deck or in the backyard itself. So long as it is done safely and within your local by-law, you can enjoy your fire pit all year long!
Fire tables, on the other hand, are generally kept on the deck or patio, or underneath a gazebo. Often used in combination with a conversa
Things to Do Outside
Spending time outside by yourself or with family and friends? Here are 15 things that you can do to stay busy:
- Read a book
- Listen to music
- Play the guitar
- Talk about your day
- Soak in the hot tub
- Do yoga or stretch
- Play with your dog
- Play sports with your kids
- Knit or crochet
- Do some yard work
- Watch a movie
- Work from home
- Complete an outdoor craft
- Enjoy the peace and quiet
How will you spend your time outside?
Complete Your Patio with Aqua Paradise
Did you find the information in this article helpful? There are many others in our blog that can help you to make the absolute most of your home and backyard living space, especially with the addition of a hot tub, swim spa, or sauna.
To get started today, give one of our showrooms in Orange County a call.
Our home and backyard leisure experts in Southern California would be more than happy to help you extend your living space outdoors and make the most of your free time.