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One of the reasons people buy a hot tub is to help relieve stress. So why add any stress to your life in the hot tub shopping experience? Due to the number of brands, products, features and options available, choosing the right hot tub can be an overwhelming process. To help make the shopping process less stressful, below are several key tips on how to buy a hot tub, and important questions to ask along the way.
The reputation of the hot tub manufacturer and dealer are your assurance of reliability, durability and service after the sale.
Operating your hot tub over the years is part of the total cost of ownership.
You'll enjoy your hot tub and use it more often if you don’t have to fuss with it or put up with noisy operation.
There’s more to a hot tub than hot water. Consider the features that are built-in or can be added that will enhance your spa experience.
Make certain you buy a hot tub that performs up to your expectations and delivers a range of hydromassage options.
A good warranty provides the peace of mind that supports your purchasing decision.
It’s important to find the right hot tub for you and the best way to determine this is to experience it. Many local hot tub dealer locations offer the opportunity to schedule a free in-store private test soak for you or your family.
Buying a hot tub can be similar to car shopping, however one noticeable difference is that there is rarely MSRP pricing on manufacturer websites. While the price of the hot tub is important, it’s only part of the whole story because it really doesn’t tell you anything about value or quality. That’s why it’s best to contact your local hot tub dealer directly, learn about standard and optional features, compare spa models and then request a quote on the hot tub that’s exactly what you want. Find your nearest Hot Spring® Spas dealer.