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Hot Tub Heat Pumps: Efficient Heating Solutions for Your Spa

Soaking in a steaming hot tub under the stars sounds idyllic, but the thought of soaring energy bills might leave you feeling a little less bubbly. That’s where a hot tub heat pump comes into play, offering an energy-efficient and cost-effective solution to maintain your hot tub’s ideal temperature – no matter the season.


What is a Hot Tub Heat Pump? 

A hot tub heat pump is a sophisticated heating system designed specifically for hot tubs and spas. Unlike traditional heating methods, such as electric heaters or gas systems, a heat pump operates by extracting heat from the surrounding air and transferring it to the water in your hot tub. This innovative technology ensures your hot tub or swim spa is always at the perfect temperature for relaxation and enjoyment. 


Why Invest in a Hot Tub Heat Pump?

As we’ve already mentioned, they’re a lot more energy efficient, with heat pumps requiring significantly less electricity to operate compared to other heating systems. This not only translates to cost savings on your energy bills but also reduces your carbon footprint, making it an environmentally-friendly choice.

In our internal testing, our R10 hot tub with a heat source pump costs £2.80 a day in ice-cold winter temperatures while the traditional heater costs £7.20 – a saving of around £132 a month!

A heat pump means you can enjoy your cosy back garden retreat all year round. Whether it’s a crisp winter evening or a balmy summer day, the water will always be ready for when you want it, and according to how you like it (we suggest between 37-40 degrees Celsius).

Even better, a heat pump is designed to be whisper-quiet, so you can enjoy uninterrupted tranquillity while you soak away the stresses of the day. 

With proper maintenance, a quality heat pump will serve you for years, enhancing the overall value of your spa should you ever wish to sell or upgrade.


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