Energy Efficiency Tips for Your Hot Tub

 

Energy Efficiency Tips for Your Hot Tub

by Hudson Bay Spas

When you are buying hot tubs, it helps to buy them from the best online store to ensure quality. Hudson Bay Spas is one such store that has a range of hot tubs, as well as accessories; like hot tub covers and lifters. Energy efficiency is the most important criteria when choosing a hot tub. With proper energy efficiency knowledge you can decrease energy bills while prolonging the life of your unit. Additionally, you need not worry about re-heating water each time you use your unit.

The following are some tips to improve the energy efficiency of hot tubs and spas:

Hot Tub Covers
You can browse through the best collection of hot tub covers at Hudson Bay Spas. A hot tub cover is the best way to increase the energy efficiency of your hot tub or spa. A cover insulates your spa or hot tub from the outside and it helps to retain the internal heat within the unit. In addition, a proper fitting hot tub cover completely seals the unit from external air. The air-tight seal helps retain the temperature of the water within the unit. Cumulatively, you do not have to re-heat the water inside the spa frequently. At the end of the year, you would have experienced substantial savings on your electricity bill.

Creating Wind Breaks
Hot tub and spa covers come with windbreaks. Additionally, you can add windbreaks to your hot tub. They help reduce heat loss. You can use shrubs or privacy panels as effective windbreaks. Even fencing your hot tub can act as an effective windbreak.

Turning Down your Thermostat when not in use

When you are on vacation, you can turn off the thermostat. If you live in a cold region, keep the thermostat on at a low temperature, lest the water inside the spa becomes frozen. Keep the cover on when you are not using the spa for an extended period of time.

Turning OFF the Air Jets
Turn off air jets, especially ones that provide a soothing effect when you are in the unit. If you don’t turn these jets off, they can let in air and reduce the temperature of the water. This could lead to re-heating the water inside the hot tub repeatedly. Similarly, turn off the spa blowers when not in use.

 

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