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Old 12-13-2019, 01:03 AM
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Hello everyone, I hope you're doing well!
My husband and I decided to buy a hot tub. I've never had it at my house, but I tried it when I was abroad. My husband is not really good in hot tubes too, he has approximately the same story. What can you recommend? Does 2 person hot tub exist?
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Old 12-13-2019, 01:41 PM
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Yes, they have many sizes of hot tubs, we bought ours at Spa Kingdom on route 441 just south of 466a. Now a word of caution, you may need one or 2 permits. Our is a large 4 person unit, and we needed both a SPA permit and an electrical permit for the 240 branch circuit. Be careful, there are dealers that will install without the necessary permits, I know this for a fact and have personal experience with the results.
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We bought a two person hot tub from TriCounty Pool & Spa on 441 in Fruitland Park near Rae Rae Diner. It's 120 volt plug & play, no permit required.
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I had 2 hot tubs. I would recommend a 220v tub, don't skip on number of jets. we now have a 6 person, should have got a 4 person.
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Do I need to ask permission for an inflated hot tub? I mean something like this model. I've out an eye on it because we can easily move it to the backyard and back home, but the matter is that it doesn't look reliable and durable. Am I mistaken?
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