If you’re a first-time hot tub buyer, it’s easy to fall in love at first sight. However, buying a hot tub shouldn’t be an impulse purchase. There’s a lot involved, and you’ll have a better overall experience if you make the right choices from the beginning. Below are five considerations when purchasing your first hot tub.
How do intend to use the hot tub? Is it strictly for summertime use in the backyard or will you use it year-round? Do you need it for therapeutic purposes? Do you want to exercise in it? Do you need a large spa or would a two-person spa be best? Once you understand how you will use your spa, you’ll be better able to focus on the right type of hot tubs and hot tub features for your specific needs.
Where will you place the hot tub? Indoors? Outdoors? How much space do you have? Do you want to be able to take your hot tub with you when you move or will you sell it with the house when the time comes? The location will play a role in selecting a hot tub.
If energy efficiency is one of your top priorities, make sure to discuss this with your hot tub dealer so that you can focus on the most energy efficient hot tub models available. All new Jacuzzi hot tubs are energy efficient, including base models, with upgrade options available that further reduce energy. Hot tub accessories like insulated hot tub covers and timers can also help you reduce your hot tub’s energy requirements.
Water Purification & Filtration
You want to be greeted by sparkling clean water every time you use your new hot tub, right? Thus, you’ll also want to consider the type of filtration and water purification system your new hot tub should have. Some systems, such as CLEARRAY® water purification systems, use UV light to purify hot tub water and help to reduce the need for harsh chemicals.
Finally, how are you going to pay for your new hot tub? Whether you want to preserve your cash or buy a hot tub while paying over time, financing is a good way to make your hot tub dreams come true. As a hot tub dealer in Pennsylvania, we offer Jacuzzi® financing with approved credit through Wells Fargo. If you’d rather pay cash for your new hot tub, frequent discounts and sales could make your new hot tub purchase more affordable than you thought.
These are some of the basics when considering buying a hot tub for the first time. Figuring these five key points out first will help make the hot tub selection process less overwhelming while also ensuring that you ultimately end up with the right hot tub for your needs.