If you are looking to buy a spa then, from the point of view of cost, there are only two things that you probably need to know.
How much will it cost to buy and how much will it cost to run?
In terms of running costs that comes down to a number of factors including how big the spa is and how much you use it but, most importantly, it comes down to how energy-efficient the spa is and how effective it’s filtration is, because that will have an affect on the amount of chemicals you will have to use.
Let’s start with energy efficiency.
Sundance Spas are full-foam insulated (foam along the shell, the floor, and the cabinet), making them among the most energy efficient hot tubs on the market. Even the shell construction is designed with heat retention in mind.
Sundance’s titanium coil heaters transfer 100% of the heat they produce directly into the water. The heater itself is so robust, that it comes with an unconditional five-year warranty.
When it comes to the cost of the chemicals that you will need to use to keep your spa water clear and sparkling, Sundance’s CLEARRAY UV water purification system and Microclean filtration keep running costs down to an absolute minimum.