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New vs. used

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You may have finally decided that you and your family are ready to invest in a hot tub. The next logical question is: “do I buy an new one or trying to find something used on craiglists?”.

You should never buy a used hot tub unless the owner has it full of water and the spa is hooked up. You want to do a complete inspection and won’t know if, for example, the jets and other features are working properly. Look at this as the same way has if you were buying a car. You want to take a car for a test drive, right? Well, this is the hot tub version of a test drive.

The next thing you’ll want to do is to remove the skirting panels to make sure that there are no leaks anywhere. If there’s a leak, it could be a simple seal or hose replacement or maybe more.

Of course, if by now you’re thinking that you don’t want to deal with the hassle of buying a used tub, give us a call. We do have several promotions running thought the year and can also provide you with in-house financing.

Remember, a hot tub is more than just a tub, it’s a lifestyle. It will change the way you live and help you with pain and stress relief. A new way to celebrate events and party. So you want to make sure you invest in a product that will be there for you and your family for years to come.