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Buying Online vs. In store: The Real Story Behind How To Buy A Hot Tub

 

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.

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Confessions of a first time hot tub owner | PART III

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, [...]

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Confessions of a first time hot tub owner | PART II

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 [...]

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How to winterize your Freeflow Spa

Winter is here! And for many of us, that means loads of snow and freezing temps. It also means it’s a great time to soak in some warm water and relax with family and friends!

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Confessions of a first time hot tub owner | PART I

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 was, until I actually got a hot tub .

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Proof is in the Process: Truth about Rotomolding

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 [...]

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Hot Tub Costs - find out what really goes into the price.

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.

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