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Additional factors to consider when purchasing a hot tub
To get the most out of your new hot tub, you’ll need to think about more than just the spa itself.
For starters, your space will need a hard, flat surface that can steadily hold the weight of the tub. Will you need to build a new platform or get a concrete pad? Remember to consider installation. For example, a hot tub on a rooftop or second-story deck may need a crane to lift it into place. So, make sure the space surrounding your home can accommodate any unique installation needs.
Hot tub accessories such as stairs and a cover lifter are also important for making your hot tub comfortable and easy to use. You’ll also want to consider the insulation of the hot tub. If you choose a brand with a lack of insulation, you may have higher monthly energy bills. It’s important to know what sort of insulation the spa uses so you won’t be surprised when your first electric bill arrives. For example, Caldera Spas uses an insulation called FiberCor that has four times the density of urethane foam found in most other hot tub brands.
Still have some questions? Check out this article to feel more confident: Tips to Build Confidence For Your First Hot Tub Purchase. Then visit our learning center where we have helpful resources to answer all of your hot tub questions.