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One of the most frequent questions we are asked is regarding hot tub running costs. Like a car, a hot tub is a big investment, and you need to make sure you have the available means to keep it running all year around.
After fifteen years in the hot tub industry, I thought it was about time I wrote down my own hot tub buyers guide. I really hope it helps you to decide whether owning a hot tub is right for you and your family, whether you have the disposable income to afford the running costs and to point you in the right direction of where to find information on looking after a hot tub.
The spacious Jacuzzi J-375 has won the race to be May's hottest hot tub buy. I'm sure you will be able to see why. It has a splendid variety of different hydrotherapy massage seats and plenty of room for family and friends.
We always love to see our customer's photographs and hear they are using their hot tubs. You can imagine our delight when Mr & Mrs Cammish sent us through their photographs of their beautiful tropical paradise. We thought we would share them to give you some hot tub design ideas.
I recently sold a Jacuzzi J-335IP to a customer. He has kindly passed on a number of pictures he took whilst the delivery team were installing for him.
If you have ever wondered how a hot tub is installed, you've come to the right blog post. It's not very often I have the pleasure to go out and "help" install a hot tub, but on 4th May 2014, Keith and I travelled with our boys to install a hot tub into Coombe Mill Farm in Cornwall.
Sometimes it can seem daunting to ask questions face to face. I know when I am buying something, I don't want the sales person to think I'm stupid, so often do not ask the most basic questions. I hope no one ever feels they cannot ask us questions when they visit our showroom - in fact, I know they don't - but just in case you are a little shy, here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions when buying a hot tub.