Choosing a hot tub that is right for you involves many important considerations. Here is a checklist of items to remember when you going shopping for your spa:
- Decide if you are using 110v or 220v. Only the small spas are available in 110 volt
- How many people should your spa hold. The typical range is 2, 3, 4 or 6 person tubs
- Would you like a high profile (36-37″ tall with more legroom) or a low profile (about 32″ tall) *Designer tip- consider sinking your spa into a custom deck for the look of a built-in spa at a portable spa price
- Do you want oscillating jets (they move side to side for better coverage of sore muscles) for the ultimate massage experience or will you be happy with straight jets
- Filtration. The better models filter up to 50,000 gallons of water per day. This means you use fewer chemicals and you don’t have to change your water as often
- Features. What do you really need and what can you live without?
- Stereo. Yes, little speakers by your head playing your favorite tunes
- Aromatherapy. Added scents to freshen the smell of the water like lavender, eucalyptus or vanilla
- Added insulation. As an upgrade you can get denim insulation to keep the tub’s heat in, thereby saving you energy
- Color. Not only do you get to choose the tub color but also the exterior.
Another important consideration is to buy from a reputable company with a proven service record on delivering: quality products, installations and warranties. Many of our client’s have been happy with their Sundance Spas.