Having a hot tub at home is one of the best ways to spoil yourself and relax at the end of a long, hard day but it can be quite a costly way to unwind if you’re not careful.
As such, it’s important that you know how best to go about reducing the running costs of your tub, so you can continue to enjoy it without breaking the bank.
It’s not just the energy costs you need to bear in mind. Hot tubs also require investment in cleaning products, water costs, maintenance and so on - although how much you spend will depend on the tub you invest in, the products you choose and your filtration system.
Making sure you choose a quality tub that’s well insulated can also help you keep running costs to a minimum. Poor insulation will mean your tub retains less heat, so will use more energy to maintain the temperatures you want. And an insulated cover can help you keep even more heat in, reducing your costs even further. This should be fitted as tight as possible using the lifter and clips provided to prevent heat escaping.
Regular maintenance can also help you cut the costs, so make sure you clean it out regularly and wash out the filter. A dirty filter will mean your tub will have to work harder in order to keep itself clean, but a bit of elbow grease will keep it in efficient working order.
Do you need help with hot tub relocation at the moment? Get in touch with My Hot Tub Mover to see what we can do.