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Top 10 Hot Tub Videos

Top 10 Hot Tub Videos on YouTube

We have compiled a list of the Top 10 Hot Tub Videos on YouTube for your viewing pleasure today. Some of the videos are hilarious and some of them are a little unnerving, but they all have thousands or MILLIONS of views on YouTube. If there are any great hot tub videos we left off […]

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Whirlpool or Jacuzzi? What’s the difference?

Whirlpool or Jacuzzi? What’s the difference and which one would you rather have? Well, what if I told you that a whirlpool and a Jacuzzi are essentially the same thing? The main difference is that a Jacuzzi is a brand name of a spa, or hot tub, and the name has been colloquially associated with […]

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How Hot Should a Hot Tub Be? What Temperature?

How hot should a hot tub be? What is the best or safest water temperature? Most hot tub manufacturers recommend a spa temperature of 102 to 104 degrees fahrenheit. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commision (CPSC), the organization that dictates how hot a hot tub can legally be set to, 104 degrees is still […]

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Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub or Spa – Part Five: Quality and Price

This is the fifth and final post in the series “The Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub or Spa.” This topic is easily the most debatable and misunderstood in the realm of the entire hot tub industry. Every spa dealer and every manufacturer is going to say that their brand stands much taller than their competition in quality and craftsmanship and is virtually superior in very possible way. That’s just the way it is; and honestly, don’t you want them to be excited about what they are selling? As for price, it can be very difficult to understand how much a spa should cost when you first begin your search. Pricing in the hot tub industry can be as elusive as the legendary Bigfoot or Chupacabra. While there is no magic bullet to find out how much a spa is worth, let’s take a closer look at some of the factors you may consider in finding your perfect spa.

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Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub or Spa – Part Four: Energy-Efficiency

There are many important factors pertaining to a hot tub’s energy-efficiency such as heat retention, insulation, filtration, design, and engineering. Several years ago, spas cost a lot of money to run each month, especially in colder climates. Over time, hot tubs have become more energy efficient in their design, construction, and performance in order to comply with certain energy standards…

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Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub or Spa – Part Three: Filtration and Maintenance

Most portable hot tubs and spas use a cartridge-type filtration system to ensure clear, sparkling water. In cartridge filter systems, water is drawn in to the center of the filter, catching small particles and debris on the filter’s surface, then the water is pushed back out through the filter back into the spa. When shopping for a hot tub, an important question to ask is…

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Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub – Part One: Comfort

This is the first post in a series called “The Top 5 Tips for Buying a Hot Tub or Spa.” In this series we will discuss the most important considerations when choosing the hot tub that is perfect for you. Each day we will cover one of the five tips with a new post and we encourage you to leave your comments, thoughts and opinions.

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