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Hot Tubs!

Updated Thursday, February 25, 2010
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Cut through the clutter and get the best hot tub!!


(ARA) - Hot tubs can also be a great way to entertain, allowing family members and guests to socialize in a comfortable atmosphere. But hot tubs are expensive and take a lot of time to maintain, right? That might not necessarily be the case.

Finding the right hot tub for your house doesn't have to be a costly hassle. You just need to figure out exactly what you want and work with a qualified dealer in your area.

The best way to find a great dealer is to skip all the calling around and use BuyerZone. Just answer some questions about the type of hot tub you're interested in, and your information will be submitted to several qualified dealers in your local area.

Then, you sit back while the dealers gather information and call or e-mail you! You can ask them questions, get cost estimates, and visit their stores to test out models. Plus, by having different dealers compete for your business, you might be able to negotiate a better price.

Here are some things the pros at BuyerZone suggest you consider when shopping for a hot tub:

* Most buyers prefer to install their hot tubs outside. Look at your yard and landscape and decide on potential installation locations. Hot tubs can sit above or below the ground.

* Sizes of hot tubs vary from small models that seat just 2 people to large models that seat 10 or more. How many people do you want to accommodate? A 7-foot tub is a fairly common size and typically seats about 4 to 6 people.

* There are 2 primary options for heating the water in your hot tub: electricity or gas. Electric heaters are more common and somewhat less expensive to install; natural gas heaters can reduce your operating costs over the long run.

* When you're getting price quotes on spa tubs, make sure the estimates include all aspects of the purchase: the tub itself, delivery, and installation, including electrical and water hookups.

By visiting BuyerZone.com today, you'll have the opportunity to fill out your detailed information indicating exactly the type of hot tub you want for your home. This detailed information will be communicated to dealers in your area who will work hard to get you the best hot tub for the best price.

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