3 Questions to Ask Your Hot Tub Dealer before Making the Purchase

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Imagine you just moved into a beautiful new house. Hardwood flooring, gourmet kitchen, luxurious bathrooms, open concept, and a big backyard with ample space for you to sunbath in the patio area and the kids to run around! But something seems to be missing and you can’t figure out what. Just get a hot tub installed and you will have the home of your dreams. It is definitely worth spending on and why should it not? After all, everyone loves a relaxing hot tub time. Looking for hot tub sales in Los Angeles already? You have come to the right place, so, welcome! 

Once you have made up your mind about taking the plunge and investing in a hot tub, look for a trusted seller preferably one with experience and in your local area. After finalizing the dealer, you should prepare a list of ‘to ask’ questions before making the purchase. Here are 3:

1. How much to spend on a hot tub?

Cost is always the first thing that comes to mind, right? When it comes to a hot tub, a lot of factors go into deciding the cost, like size and features. If you look at a feature-rich and large hot tub, the price will be a little on the upper side. The features you choose will determine how much you will need to spend.

2. How much will the installation cost be?

The installation cost will again depend on the type of hot tub purchased. There is a dedicated 220v electrical outlet required in most spas which means you will have to call a licensed electrician to get your hot tub set up in place. If you don’t want that, you may opt for a plug-and-play model that needs a standard 110v outlet to run. There are spas that are capable of running on 110v outlet but give you the option of upgrading to 220v. Figure out what works best for you!  

3. How much will the maintenance cost be?

The maintenance cost is determined by how energy efficient your model is. Ask for models that come with full-foam insulation which maintains the temperature of the water throughout the soak. Less energy is required to warm the water up. As foamed spas are more energy-efficient, they keep the operating costs low. For any kind of maintenance or hot tub repair in Los Angeles, CA, just give us a call!

Want to benefit from hot tub sales in Los Angeles? Checkout California Hot Tubs! For queries, orders, and hot tub repair in Los Angeles, CA, do get in touch.   

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