Repairing a Hot Tub Often Requires a Professional
Fall has arrived. The fact that you are getting ready to clean the sauna again, knowing that it has not been used for months, is getting old. The sauna purchase seemed like a good one at the time, but that good idea has passed. Your daughters are no longer interested in a small hot tub, and they opt for the pool instead. Even you and your husband rarely take the time to use the hot tub anymore. The fact that you are again cleaning a hot tub that is not even being used means that you have made decision. This will be the last time that you clean the sauna. Instead, you will be placing your back yard spa on a list of saunas for sale.
Whether you are looking at a list of saunas for sale because you want to understand the price you might put on an item you have for sale, or you are looking to make your first hot tub purchase, research is always important. Buying a high quality sauna also means that you will need to pay high quality attention to both the maintenance and upkeep.
Backyard saunas for sale come in a variety of price ranges, according to their sizes and other features. Purchasing a backyard sauna is a great way to create a gathering spot for your teenagers and their friends. It can also be a relaxing way to end an evening after a long day at the office.
Consider some of these facts and figures about the hot tub industry and the features that are the most popular in the top of the line spas:
- A well constructed hot tub can range in price from as high as $15,000 to as low as $5,550.
- 18 or more years is how long a well-constructed hot tub can last.
- 21 million U.S. households owned a spa, pool, or hot tub as of spring 2014.
- Even an empty hot tub can easily weigh close to a 1,000 pounds.
- Hot tub water temperatures should never exceed 104 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommendations.
- Although some people may try to install a hot tub themselves, these installations are the most safe when the are installed by a professional electrician. The average spa or hot tub installation costs around $3,500 to $12,000, according to House Logic.
It does not make any sense to continue to pay for the use of hot tub at a club, especially when you can purchase one yourself.