FAQsHere are some useful hints and tips
Can hot tubs be installed indoors?
Yes, they can all work indoors or outdoors. However, you’ll need to consider a number of issues if you’re planning to install your spa indoors, such as ventilation, waterproof flooring, and drainage. Please contact us for advice before placing your order.
What do I need to do before delivery?
You will need to make the following preparations:
- Install an appropriate electrical supply for your hot tub. The product pages on this website list the maximum current for each spa. You’ll need to give this information to your electrician. Or we can send you a datasheet for your hot tub.
- Create a solid base for the hot tub to rest on.
Will I need a crane to position my hot tub?
Can you install the electrics for my hot tub?
No, this is a job for your local electrician. A qualified electrician should be able to install an appropriate electricity supply for you. Please give them a copy of our Pre-Delivery Guide and they’ll know what to do.
What about a water supply?
Hot tubs don’t need a permanent water supply. They are filled and drained using a hose pipe so you shouldn’t need to install any additional plumbing at your home.
How much space will I need around my hot tub?
You’ll need a service space of between 1m and 1.2m, depending on your chosen hot tub. If you have less space than this, we may still be able to position your hot tub. We’ll call you shortly after you place your order to talk through any access problems before we deliver.
How much electricity does a hot tub use?
Our hot tubs use extremely efficient Balboa systems, but to give you a rough idea, the spa will add between £20 to £40 a month to your electricity bills, depending on the mode, usage and the time of year.
If you have any other questions that we haven’t answered here, then please contact us on 01246 802825 or 023 9354 1154, and we will be happy to help you.