Hot Tub Buying Guide
How to buy a hot tub
You have decided to buy a hot tub. Now what? First, do your research. Like with any purchase of significant expense, you want to be sure you make the best purchase possible. Hopefully this hot tub will provide you with years of relaxation and enjoyment.
There are a few ways to buy a hot tub big box store, local spa dealer, home show, or online. Which of these is best for you? Really only you can answer that. There are pros to each of these options and, of course, some cons. Price is important, but you do want to be sure you get the best hot tub for you. Like with most of our purchases in life, we want to get the most for our money.
If this is your first hot tub, you may need to visit the local spa dealer to do some wet testing. Yes, you can get on in and try them out. This is how you can determine the type of seating, the number of jets, the location of the jets and the number of seats you want in your hot tub. The big box stores may have what you want for a good deal and maybe you can do a dry test to check out the seating. You may find a great deal online, but you obviously won't be able to test it.
Before you purchase your hot tub, you will want to consider how you will handle service and warranty issues. Where you purchase will affect those. You want to buy a hot tub to add to your quality of life, to help relieve the stress and tension of the day as you sink into the warm, therapeutic waters. Be an educated consumer and make a wise purchase.