December 13, 2008

December 13th, 2008 – Many, many hot tubs are energy hogs…but NOT Hot Spring Spas. They’re designed to stay hot at your desired temperature- 24/7 for the lowest energy cost of any spa on the market.

Hot Spring Spas have proven that they are the most energy-efficient spas made and document this fact with test results by Exponent, Inc, the nation’s leading independent, scientific engineering firm. Exponent, Inc. calculated the actual energy consumption of Hot Spring Spas through rigorous third-party testing.

Go to the Hot Spring Energy Efficient Hot Tub page to see the estimated costs for most areas in Puget Sound based on this testing (select St. Louis, MO for a comparable climate).

As of November 1, 2008, the highest cost to operate one of our most popular 4-person models, the Hot Spring Sovereign, was $17.01 in most parts of Puget Sound that were served by Puget Sound Energy and Seattle City Light.  Other utilities including Snohomish PUD and Tacoma Power had an even lower cost.

Hot Spring’s superior full foam insulation as well as the 4″ insulating cover-on which snow won’t melt-keep the heat in like a thermos bottle keeps coffee hot. The spa stays at temperature, ready for your relaxing pleasure 24/7 with just little increments of added heat.  It costs much less to keep the spa hot all of the time rather than let it cool and raise it to temperature.  Plus, you’re far more likely to use it on a regular basis if it’s hot and ready when you are.  If you take 3 or or more baths a week, for example, owing and using a hot tub will be far more economical.  And, not just for electricity usage. The water savings are significant as well.

There are many other energy saving features built-into Hot Spring Spas. The peace of mind that comes from knowing you’ll be able to use your Hot Spring Spa every day without fear of high utility bills…priceless. Purchasing a Hot Spring Olympic Hot Tub is a powerfully efficient decision.


RES EST SEVERA VOLUPTAS. Pleasure is a serious business!