Once you've found the local wellness store that's right for you, you should start researching the brands they carry. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Make sure the hot tub you choose is safe and meets the required safety standards, just like any other electrical device.
Examine the overall quality of the various components used in your hot tub. The most important parts are: the jacuzzi tub, the internal structure, the material of the exterior covering, the heater, the pumps, the blower, the filtration system, the insulation and the cover.
Make sure the model you choose meets industry standards for energy. The type of insulation, the quality of the coating and the type of energy saving components will help make your hot tub as efficient and cost effective as possible.
Ease of maintenance
A Jacuzzi designed for easy maintenance will save you time and money. Remember that a hot tub, like any other appliance, needs regular maintenance and replacement parts.
The length of the warranty is just as important as the manufacturer who backs the warranty. A good rule of thumb is to make sure the manufacturer has been in business long enough to support the warranties they offer.
Find a manufacturer that requires their dealers to service the product. Pay attention to where you install your hot tub to ensure easy access for servicing internal parts. This will save you money in the long run when a component in your hot tub needs to be replaced.