A hot tub can be the perfect addition to your garden, allowing you to relax and unwind outdoors all year round. However, you may be wondering how much it costs to run a spa and if you can realistically afford the expense. Fortunately, there are many energy-efficient models on the market that make using a hot tub more affordable than ever before. Read on to discover the average costs of running a hot tub.
When determining the cost of running a hot tub, it’s important to consider a variety of factors. Electricity consumption is one of the most important aspects to consider, with some spas using excessive amounts of energy due to not being built to retain heat and maintain water temperature efficiently. Other factors to consider include the costs of servicing and maintaining your hot tub and buying consumables and water care products.
Knowing exactly how much a hot tub can impact your electricity bills can be difficult. That’s because energy consumption depends on various factors, including:
When shopping for a hot tub, it makes sense to choose a spa that’s built to the most energy-efficient standards.
Energy efficiency is key when choosing a hot tub for your garden. A tub that uses less energy will cost you less to run, having a lower impact on your electricity bills. At Hot Tub Barn, we offer some of the most energy-efficient spas on the market, meaning lower energy costs for our customers. Our hot tubs are designed and built with energy efficiency in mind. Several layers of foam within the spa cabinet reduces heat and low current SilentFlow circulation pumps provide continual filtration whilst consuming less energy than a 75W light bulb.
Electricity usage isn’t the only cost to consider when running a hot tub. Hot tubs require regular servicing by a qualified engineer at least once a year. This keeps your tub working as it should, ensuring it continues to offer you a first-class spa experience. At Hot Tub Barn, we offer five different servicing packages to meet your needs, as well as having a technician on hand to deal with any problems as they arrive. It’s important to factor in the cost of servicing and maintenance when buying a hot tub.
When considering the ongoing cost of running a hot tub, it’s important to think about the price of consumables and water care products. Hot tub chemicals and replacement parts such as filters will need to be purchased regularly to keep your spa running safely and efficiently over time. It’s estimated that replacing filters once per year and a year’s worth of water care products can set you back around £250 or more.
Talk to the team at Hot Tub Barn to find out more about our energy-efficient hot tubs for sale.