Hot Tubs, Swim Spas, Service, and Maintenance

Bullfrog Spas - The Most Energy Efficient


The difference between an energy-efficient hot tub and a not-so-efficient hot tub can add up to hundreds of dollars on your energy bill every year. But what makes a hot tub energy efficient? Look for these features to save money on your energy costs:

  • Strategically placed, solid foundation
  • Molded composite base
  • Quality insulation
  • Air-tight seals
  • Simple plumbing design
  • Fitted cover

Check out this short video, along with details below, that explains these energy efficiency concepts in a relatable, easy-to-understand way:

Electrical Consumption Testing

A great source for insight into specific brand energy efficiency is the California Department of Energy, which sets baselines manufacturers must comply. Results of these tests are available to the public and can be accessed online. At the very least, you want to ensure the hot tub you’re purchasing has taken and passed the test. If not, chances are that manufacturer is not considered reputable in the industry.

If you’re interested in learning more about just how affordable and efficient a Bullfrog Spas hot tub can be, contact Tropical Fiberglass Pools & Spas today, or better yet, come into Tropical Fiberglass Pools & Spas and see what hot tub is the best for you!

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