Congratulations, you’ve decided to buy a hot tub! Now you need to decide how you’re going to buy it – online or from your local dealer. There really is no wrong way; it’s just a matter of preference. To help make your decision easier, we’ve outlined the benefits of each option.
Hello again! Now that we have all learned from my mistakes, I hope you can say you’re a hot tub expert, I sure feel like one.
5) Is it worth it?
The answer depends on your lifestyle, of course. When I bought my Freeflow Cascina, I planned on using it every single day. As I have mentioned before, [...]
Welcome to the second chapter of my confessions. I hope you are learning with me, as I share my darkest hot tub secrets with you all.
If you remember, in my previous post, I talked about plugging my hot tub straight into an outlet to avoid using an extension cord as well as using the right [...]
Hi. My name is Suz and I’m the Freeflow Spas Marketing Coordinator. These are my confessions as a first-time hot tub owner. This sounds a bit weird, right? If you work for a hot tub company, you’d think I’d be an expert? Well, I thought I
As you continue to explore your hot tubbing options, you’ve most likely discovered that not all hot tubs are created equal. There are lots of options available to you: number of jets, seating configuration, features, weight, depth, etc. The list is pretty comprehensive. Before you dive into [...]
HOT TUB COSTS
You can expect to find rotationally molded, plug in hot tubs to cost between $3,100 and $5,000, and acrylic, 220v hot tubs to cost between $5,000 and $15,000. When financing plug-n-play hot tubs can cost as little as $53 a month on approved credit.