1. What is the best hot tub to buy?
Hesselson's has over 20 models on display to choose from because everyone's best hot tub is different.
2. How do I know what is best for me?
First decide if you want to use indoors or outdoors, then any size restrictions based on space available. Finally lounge or non-lounge and price point. With these criteria set, you choice will be narrowed down to 4 or 5 different models.
3. Whats next?
Next you learn about the 4 or 5 models, sit in each one (without water) to see which ones are most comfortable. Now you are usually down to 2 or 3 choices.
4. What if I select the wrong hot tub?
That is hard to do at Hesselson's. With all the choices and our expert sale people, picking the right hot tub is easier than you think.
5. I know nothing about taking care of a hot tub. Is it hard to do? What about chemicals?
Hot tubs are very easy. They all have electronic controls that run by themselves. Even big hot tubs only have 500 gallons so water chemistry is a breeze. Much easier than a pool.
6. Do all hot tubs use chlorine or bromine as the sanitizer? I don't like what chlorine does to my skin.
No. You can use a silver stick instead of chlorine or bromine. Our silver stick lasts up to 4 months and only cost around $30. Contact us for more information.
7. What are the electrical requirements?
Hesselson's carries 110 volt and 220 volt models. Most people do run a dedicated new line just for the hot tub. A GFI (ground fault interrupter) is also needed.
8. How much do covers cost?
At Hesselson's all prices include cover, chemicals, and steps. Hot Tub prices range from $3,000 - $12,000.
9. How do I find out more information on the hot tub brands that Hesselson's sells?
Click on the hot tub tab on Hesselsons.com, then click on the logo of the brand you are interested in.
10. Anything else I should know?
Most Hesselson's hot tub buyers say the same thing - If they had known then what they know now about owning a hot tub, they would have bought one 5 years ago when they first started looking.