Arctic Spas Built To Last

Arctic Spas® — Built To Last

by | Aug 5, 2021

You are likely to invest some timeresearching the purchase of your new Hot Tub. Like the majority of large household purchases, a key question Hot Tub consumers are looking to answer is how long a hot tub will last.

The life expectancy of a Hot Tub ranges from 5 to 20 years. Where it falls within this range is ultimately dependent on a combination of two factors — Quality of Construction & Regular Maintenance. Below, we break down each factor to give you perspective and help you make a great purchase decision.

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Quality of Construction

Inadequately constructed hot tubs have a much shorter lifespan. Typically, a Hot Tub with a less expensive purchase price will last less than 5 years before you start to have considerable upkeep problems to handle. Asking about construction is important and should be on the top of your list when visiting Hot Tub Showrooms.

Arctic Spas® are proudly engineered for the world’s harshest climates and are built to last. A few factors to consider when looking at the quality of Hot Tub construction are the Shell & the Cabinet.

The foundation of any quality Hot Tub is the strength of the shell. At Arctic Spas®, no cost-saving shortcuts are taken; no plastic backing, no props or supports, and no foam is ever applied to our shell. The outcome is an ideal blend of precision and strength. Which is the foundation for the signature cutting edge technology Arctic Spas® is known for. We are so confident in the strength of our hot tub shell that we offer a lifetime warranty on the shell structure.

A well-built hot tub cabinet extends the lifespan of your spa. Inexpensive materials used by some Hot Tub manufacturers will fade over time and have proven not to hold up well as the spa ages. Arctic Spas® cabinets are where hand-built meets high-tech. Precision cutting water-jet robots work methodically in our shell construction area while craftsmen hand-assemble our beautiful western red cedar cabinets before these components meet in a blending of technology and touch that makes an Arctic Spas® structurally unique, and the most prized possession in your backyard.

The best way to judge our exceptionally well-built hot tubs is to see one for yourself. You can visit your nearest Arctic Spas dealer to see how constant innovation keeps Arctic Spas® at the top of its industry

Regular Maintenance

Improperly maintained Hot Tubs have a much shorter life expectancy. If you understand how to properly maintain a hot tub, you can expect it to last up to 20 years.

Proper maintenance should follow the three C’s; circulation, cleaning, and chemistry. Keeping your Hot Tub in excellent operating condition will avoid expensive repair work and will extend the lifespan of the hot tub.

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