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Thread: Hot tubs

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    Anyone out there who can give me some help on purchasing a hot tub. I have been thinking about it for almost 5 years. Now really seriously looking and so confused. What brand is best, usage cost, will I really use it after purchase. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Ours is an Ocean Spray and we love it. Not so great in the big summer heat, but October through June it is great. You will use it.

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    Super Member ontheriver's Avatar
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    I have one from Dreammaker. It is plug and play so all you need is an electrical outlet.

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    Senior Member Helovesme's Avatar
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    We purchased a Sundance Spa. It was a closeout and a floor model and we literally purchased it on December 31st for $3,000 less than the asking price - just because they didn't want to carry that model over into the next year. My husband uses it ALL THE TIME. He swears by it. I only get in occasionally. Um...oh, we also knew we were going to get one, so we had our house prewired for it. It takes a different voltage of wire (am I saying this correctly?) Anyway, we are also in the construction business and he made out good on a couple of "favors" from his concrete subcontractor and got the slab poured for nothing. All this to say is you can probably get a really good price on a hottub, but the extras may cost you. Running the electrical, concrete slab, etc. If you know anyone in the business, contact them. The spa seller will be able to recommend a contractor to you, but they may overcharge. I hope this info is helpful to you. Anything else you may have questions on, feel free to contact me. Oh, and I noticed that my electric bill is about $25-30 per month higher since we've had the hottub.

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    Thanks for the input. We just came home tonight and purchased a sundance Hamilton. I am so excited. I think we got a good price. We already have a concrete patio and just have to have the electrical done. Can't wait to try it out.

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