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Your first hot tub is an investment. On average, people spend between $4,000 and $7,000 for their first hot tub. But there are some crucial questions you need to ask and answer before you ever walk into a showroom!
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Dive in deeper with this other videos on my channel –
Are Plug-in Hot Tubs a Terrible Idea? – https://youtu.be/Fm3mo0-aeOQ
How to Clean Hot Tub Filters – https://youtu.be/gzKvuFwcxjA
How Often Should I Change My Hot Tub Water? – https://youtu.be/auME5lcyPfc
What Are the Best Hot Tub Chemicals? – https://youtu.be/IG7InHR1zQM
And I go into greater detail on all 23 Crucial Things to Know Before Buying Your First Hot Tub on my website, so that’s worth checking out too – https://hottubownerhq.com/things-to-know-before-buying-your-first-hot-tub/
The opinions stated on this channel are my opinions having owned, operated, fixed, and/or purchased hot tubs a total of 4 times. They should not, however, be considered professional advice on hot tub electrical systems, hot tub moving or installation, hot tub placement, or any other type of professional or legal advice.
If you need professional or legal advice, you should seek out a qualified professional in your area.
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