Most people don’t think of sitting in a rolling caldron of hot water as snow falls from the sky, unless they like snow sports. For those in the know, hot tubs can make wintertime more hospitable and cozy.
In the past, hot tub sales in cold climates have been lukewarm due to obvious impracticalities and surrounding costs.
But the therapeutic benefits for aching muscles and arthritic joints, caused by such weather, has led to greater demand for hot tubs in these regions.
Arctic Spas, known as the only hot tub line designed for extreme weather, is growing in leaps and bounds. Founded in Alberta, Canada, Arctic Spas has distributors all over the world including the UK.
Interestingly enough, since 2001 the UK’s demand continues to grow and now they have 30 showrooms around the country.
Arctic Spas UK is capitalizing on the most current models which offer greater efficiency making ownership more affordable and attainable for their country. Of course, there are always upgrades and additional features, but the basic Arctic Spa comes with everything an average spa-user would want.
What makes Arctic Spas hot tubs ideal for cold weather climates?
- Portability – The trademarked, Forever Floor, makes these spas easy to move. This allows the tub to be moved into enclosed spaces or protected areas during the winter.
- The Castcore Cover – The proprietary Castcore Mylovac cover starts with foam that is twice as dense as the industry average and is dubbed as the world’s longest lasting hot tub cover.
- FreeHeat Insulation – Arctic spas come with heat trapping Heatlock insulation. This insulation makes the cabinet the most insulated cabinet in the world and acts to trap the residual heat from the equipment in the cabinet so it can help aid in heating the tub.
These spas also have additional features that prevent them from freezing up in a power outage during severe weather plus a Tru-Guard heater that is sealed from water exposure and is guaranteed for five years.
From a sales perspective, there are several differentiating points that make it an attractive line. Lower operating costs and less maintenance make this the manufacturer to watch. Cool efficiency to go with hot demand.
So if you are looking to get into the spa business, take a serious look at the original “cold weather hot tub” by Arctic Spas, manufactured by Blue Falls.