Hot Tub Liverpool is a company selling top quality hot tubs to the North Wales region, incorporating Flint, Wrexham, Mold, Queensferry and Deeside.
When you purchase your hot tub with Hot Tub Liverpool, you can be assured that you will receive exceptional customer service, from start to finish, with a ‘non-pushy’ sales policy.
The hot tubs we sell are designed for the UK weather. Our hot tub ranges have been manufactured to develop a fabulous range of affordable & luxury hot tubs to suit all gardens and budgets!
We stock a range of Chinese, American and Finnish tubs plus a variety of chemicals and accessories.
Many of our hot tubs are part of the Eco range, such as Sundance Spas. These are manufactured in America and contain the best possible full foam insulation to ensure that heat is retained, making your hot tub running costs less. Sundance Spas hot tubs provide the best possible massage and relaxation experience due to the Fluidix jets. The jets allow you to adjust the water flow to the level of massage that you would like.
Another line of Eco-friendly hot tubs we sell is
hot tubs. These hot tubs are made and manufactured in Finland. They are powered by diesel, biodiesel or red diesel. With the constant rise in energy prices, this makes for the perfect hot tub. The Rexener hot tubs take only 2 hours to heat up to 40 degrees due to the power of the heater, this also makes for a huge energy saving.
We also provide a high-quality line of 13amp and 32amp Luxury Chinese Hot Tubs, which feature Balboa controls which are highly recognised in the hot tub and wellness industry, they also have waterfalls, and LED lighting, making these tubs the perfect addition to your garden.
With the current energy price hike, we have been looking at ways to help our customers keep their hot tub running costs as low ss possible, so we are selling heat pumps that can be connected to your hot tub.
A heat pump is a device that transfers thermal energy from one point to another.
This technology can also be used to extract the potential thermal energy in the air outside transferring the heat through a heat exchanger and heating your hot tub.
Although they use a small amount of electricity to run, heat pumps are considered highly efficient and clean because they don’t depend on the burning of fuel to create heat. They perform well in moderate climates such as the UK and can provide heating during the winter.
There are different two main kinds of heat pumps depending on the type of medium they extract heat from, namely, air or ground/water, and they are now beginning to be incorporated into modern builds on a regular basis.
Heat has a useful property when it comes to keeping our houses warm, it moves from a high temperature to a low temperature naturally. What a heat pump does is reverse this process using some simple science that pushes air from outside, warms it up and then feeds into your house.
On the outside of an air source heat pump you will find a system of coils with refrigerant in it over which the outside air is drawn using an impeller or fan. The liquid on the refrigerant coils absorbs all the heat and because it warms up, begins to evaporate. The gas then goes through a compressor that increases the temperature dramatically.
We provide a Finance options on all our hot tubs. We have the option for you to Buy Now Pay Later, Interest-Free Credit or Monthly Payments. Come and speak to us to find out which finance option would suit you best.
At Hot Tub Liverpool, we provide a variety of services, which include free access checks and free delivery within a 40-mile radius of our Liverpool City Centre showroom. We also provide a free chemical pack to every customer with their installation.
We recommend that you have your hot tub serviced every 12 months to ensure its longevity and smooth running. This is a service that we also provide.
We pride ourselves on excellent customer service from start to finish and beyond so why not start your hot tub journey today and contact us via the contact us page or pop into our Liverpool City Centre showroom to find out more.