You get home from work and ask your spouse about their day. She tells you about the conversation they had at the grocery store, and how Suzy and her husband just invested in a hot tub. You learn all about how the husband’s back problems have virtually disappeared. How Suzy is sleeping so much better after her post-dinner soak, and even how the kids have put down the screens and actually play together. A light bulb goes off and you decide it’s time to invest in a hot tub for your family. But how much does it cost to install a hot tub?
The Perfect Hot Tub
Hot tubs can go for as little as a couple of thousand dollars to almost $20,000. Every spa’s cost factors in things like quality, size, and the number of jets. You’ll have to decide the best option for you. A smaller tub for recreational purposes is a great option for you and your partner. A larger tub is better for the whole family. The number and quality of jets also matters, whether you just need help relaxing or you desire full-on hydrotherapy.
Prepping the Yard and Installation Costs
These numbers can wildly vary as well. Your yard may just need the necessary hookups, meaning you can get away with an installation cost as little as $150 – $300. But, if your yard needs a concrete slab and more work, it can cost $500 or more. Some people opt to save money by installing the hot tub themselves, but a professional has equipment and training and can often be the smarter option. Your new hot tub will need a dedicated electrical connection, and we recommend letting a certified electrician perform the job.
Aqua Pools understands what an important investment you’re making, and the cost to install a hot tub is an important factor. We’re here to walk you through every step of the way and even offer onsite drain cleanings and spa fillings. Contact us today and see what we can do for you!