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Buying a hot tub with a certified Jacuzzi® Hot Tub dealer offers you the opportunity to take advantage of custom-tailored services and support. From water care to hot tub installation, our Jacuzzi® dealers are truly experts and are excited to work with you.

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Experience the quality of Jacuzzi® Bathroom Products. Visit your local showroom for expert advice and professional design help.

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Shopping for a swim spa with a certified Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs dealer offers you the opportunity to take advantage of custom tailored services and support. From water care to installation, our Jacuzzi® dealers are truly experts.

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Helpful Information

Generally, the size of the bathing area in the bathroom will determine whether a 5-foot, 6-foot or corner bath is selected. If space is not an issue then other factors can be considered. Most consumers’ compare the features, performance, style, comfort and price of the various baths being evaluated.


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When looking at a whirlpool bath you must establish the reference point, which is the suction cover. When standing directly in front of the bath the suction cover should be right beneath you. (The Fresco™ and Mito™ are exceptions to this rule. For these two units the suction cover will be across from you.) Having located the suction cover:

  • On an end-drain bath, the right hand or left hand designation refers to the location of the drain.
  • On an end-drain bath, the pump and motor location will be at the opposite end from the drain.
  • On a center-drain bath, the right hand or left hand designation refers to the pump and motor location.
  • An Authorized Jacuzzi Bath Dealer or Distributor can provide you with additional information for your particular application.

A general rule of thumb is that the water heater should be two-thirds the size of the water capacity of the bath. For example, a 60-gallon bath would require a 40-gallon water heater. This rough formula does not take into consideration other demands that might be placed on the water heater. We recommend that a plumber be consulted for your particular application.

Luxury, Comfort, and Espree Collection baths are covered by limited lifetime warranties that apply to the bath and all factory installed-components. A more detailed warranty explanation can be found on the warranties page. (Limitations and exclusions are referenced in the manual.)

View our list of current operating/installation instructions. Out-of-print operating/Installation Instructions can be obtained through one of our Master Parts Distributors.

Replacement parts and repair parts can be obtained through any one of our nine Master Parts Distributors. Warranty parts are obtained directly from Jacuzzi. Call 1-844-602-6064 or start a chat now to find out more information.

In the event that servicing the pump/motor should become necessary, the access would facilitate this.

Service access can also be helpful for production identification, reset for GFCI outlet, code requirements and more.

A minimum of 12”X 18” direct access to the equipment is needed. (see sect sheet for more information)

The model and serial number is located in three places:

  • On a label located on the back page of your Operating/Installation Instructions. (With the warranty information)
  • On a white label located on the bath vessel near the pump/motor.
  • On the shell under the suction cover. (Rectangular cover/filter inside of bath)

If you need help locating your serial number please contact customer service via chat or 1-844-602-6064.

Accessories such as faucets, systems clean, pillows and more can be found here.

We recommend a licensed plumber or contractor for installation.

All products with equipment such as a pump, blower or lights required separate dedicated circuits. Please see the bathtubs specification sheet for more detailed information

Heaters are only available on whirlpool and Salon spas. The heater will maintain a temperature between 77 and 104 degrees. The heater will not heat up cold water.

For optimal performance, we recommend cleaning after every use.

Helpful Information

Generally, the size of the bathing area in the bathroom will determine whether a 5-foot, 6-foot or corner bath is selected. If space is not an issue then other factors can be considered. Most consumers’ compare the features, performance, style, comfort and price of the various baths being evaluated.


Learn More

When looking at a whirlpool bath you must establish the reference point, which is the suction cover. When standing directly in front of the bath the suction cover should be right beneath you. (The Fresco™ and Mito™ are exceptions to this rule. For these two units the suction cover will be across from you.) Having located the suction cover:

  • On an end-drain bath, the right hand or left hand designation refers to the location of the drain.
  • On an end-drain bath, the pump and motor location will be at the opposite end from the drain.
  • On a center-drain bath, the right hand or left hand designation refers to the pump and motor location.
  • An Authorized Jacuzzi Bath Dealer or Distributor can provide you with additional information for your particular application.

A general rule of thumb is that the water heater should be two-thirds the size of the water capacity of the bath. For example, a 60-gallon bath would require a 40-gallon water heater. This rough formula does not take into consideration other demands that might be placed on the water heater. We recommend that a plumber be consulted for your particular application.

Luxury, Comfort, and Espree Collection baths are covered by limited lifetime warranties that apply to the bath and all factory installed-components. A more detailed warranty explanation can be found on the warranties page. (Limitations and exclusions are referenced in the manual.)

View our list of current operating/installation instructions. Out-of-print operating/Installation Instructions can be obtained through one of our Master Parts Distributors.

Replacement parts and repair parts can be obtained through any one of our nine Master Parts Distributors. Warranty parts are obtained directly from Jacuzzi. Call 1-844-602-6064 or start a chat now to find out more information.

In the event that servicing the pump/motor should become necessary, the access would facilitate this.

Service access can also be helpful for production identification, reset for GFCI outlet, code requirements and more.

A minimum of 12”X 18” direct access to the equipment is needed. (see sect sheet for more information)

The model and serial number is located in three places:

  • On a label located on the back page of your Operating/Installation Instructions. (With the warranty information)
  • On a white label located on the bath vessel near the pump/motor.
  • On the shell under the suction cover. (Rectangular cover/filter inside of bath)

If you need help locating your serial number please contact customer service via chat or 1-844-602-6064.

Accessories such as faucets, systems clean, pillows and more can be found here.

We recommend a licensed plumber or contractor for installation.

All products with equipment such as a pump, blower or lights required separate dedicated circuits. Please see the bathtubs specification sheet for more detailed information

Heaters are only available on whirlpool and Salon spas. The heater will maintain a temperature between 77 and 104 degrees. The heater will not heat up cold water.

For optimal performance, we recommend cleaning after every use.

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Helpful Info

Serving as an all seasons pool™, a swim spa enables you to harness water’s natural ability to soothe and strengthen your body and mind any time of the year. Swimming is an ideal entry-level exercise option for those just beginning their health journey or recovering from an injury. It’s also a challenging choice for athletes of all levels eager to get into the best shape of their lives from the year-round privacy of their own backyard.

A Jacuzzi® swim spa is essentially a pool that can be used anytime of the year, thanks to the combination of strong shell, foam insulation, SmartSeal® technology, insulated floor, and fully-adjustable venting.

Some people are attracted to the numerous health and wellness features they offer and others like the convenience they provide. Regardless of whether you’re creating a staycation-worthy backyard or an all seasons pool™ option, swim spas can increase the amount of fun, relaxation and fitness level for everyone in your family.

Swim spas are very versatile when it comes to installation. Whether you choose to create an indoor pool retreat or a more traditional backyard pool paradise, your swim spa can be installed in-ground, freestanding, vaulted into the ground, partially recessed inground, or with a deck surround.

The site preparation you’ll need to complete prior to installation day will be determined by the location and installation style you choose. Running the proper electrical lines, pouring a strong, even foundation, determining suitable drainage and ventilation, and equipment access. Your Jacuzzi® Swim Spa dealer will walk you through and help you prepare for a successful swim spa installation.

Swim spas run between $20,000 to $50,000, while in-ground pools cost an average of $40,000 to $100,000, depending on installation type, size, and other requirements. The cost to heat a swim spa typically totals between $1 and $3 per day, while an in-ground pool costs more than $5 per day depending on heater type, pool size, and climate. Maintenance costs for swim spas

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Hot Tub Store Visit Checklist

Your first visit to a hot tub store can be an exciting one. You no doubt have a bunch of questions about how to buy a hot tub. Maybe you are interested in finding out about the different hot tub suppliers on the market, perhaps you are looking for hot tub financing or hot tub sales, or you have a particular hot tub model in mind and want to get a Jacuzzi® quote from a hot tub dealer nearby. Visiting your local Jacuzzi® dealer is a great way to get all your questions answered, so it is important to come prepared. Which is why we have put together a hot tub dealer visit checklist that will help buy a hot tub with confidence.

hot tub store visit checklist

Before You Visit a Hot Tub Store

  • Take photos of your backyard to show your hot tub dealer where and how you envision placement of your new hot tub or spa.
  • If space is tight, gather measurements of the areas you are considering. Use those to figure out and sketch potential yard design ideas and hot tub placement.
  • Call ahead to the spa dealer to see if you can schedule a private “wet test.” (Plan to bring a swimsuit if so.”

  • Things to Consider When Buying a Hot Tub

    Help your local hot tub dealer by preparing answers to these quick (but important) hot tub questions.

  • Who will be using the hot tub?
  • How many people will be using the hot tub at once?
  • Are they very tall/short?
  • Are they very young or have special needs?
  • What will be the main uses of the hot tub?
    • Relaxation
    • Relief of joint pain
    • Muscle pain relief
    • Recovery
    • Training
    • Entertainment
    • Family togetherness time
    • Mental well-being
    • Overall stress reduction
    • Improve sleep

  • Touch and Feel

    Take full advantage of your visit to your local hot tub store by getting a feel for the following:

  • Jets. At a minimum, test the hot tub jets with your hand, ideally during a wet test. How adjustable are the jets? Do they match up with high tension areas for optimum hydromassage benefits? What’s the pressure variety?
  • Seats. For many people, the best place to buy a hot tub is with a hot tub dealer because you can take the time to try out a hot tub and see how the seats fit your needs. Get in a hot tub. Since they vary in size and depth considerably, make sure the seats are not too small or too large.
  • Sound. Another reason to visit a spa dealer is to compare the sound of the hot tub when running. How loud is it? How does the waterfall sound?

  • Other Things to Consider When Shopping for a Jacuzzi Spa

    When buying a hot tub, consider things like remote monitoring and control. Some hot tub models work in tandem with mobile apps so you can control settings, schedule hot tub maintenance, and find personalized use and care content right from your smart device.

  • Hot tub accessories. From coordinating steps to make it easier to get in and out of your hot tub to umbrellas to add protection from the elements and a touch of style, there are many functional yet aesthetic hot tub accessories to customize your hot tub experience.
  • Upgrades. Advanced hot tub water management systems and premium cabinetry materials are just a couple of options that can provide a more luxurious experience.

  • Discuss Hot Tub Pricing and Hot Tub Financing

    Buying a hot tub is a significant investment, no matter how much your initial hot tub cost. When it comes to hot tub pricing there are many factors to consider including: maintenance, utility bills, and service. Discuss the following with your hot tub store:

  • How much do hot tubs cost? Craftsmanship and quality of materials, including the spa exterior, internal functions, and control panel all play a factor here. Look at features, such as water management systems, lighting choices, stereos, and smart technology options.
  • Hot tub warranty. Don't overlook the importance of a solid warranty with your hot tub purchase. Reputable companies will stand behind their products with a comprehensive warranty that covers the exterior as well as the interior, including the pump, heater, and controls.
  • Hot tub financing: Financing options, dealer promotions, and rebates are all important when buying a hot tub.

  • Additional Questions to Discuss with Your Spa Dealer

  • Hot tub water care: What is the difference between UV and Ozone?
  • Ease of hot tub ownership: What technology and apps make hot tub ownership easier?
  • Reputation: Do you offer any hot tub dealer references?
  • Hot tub installation: Can I install the hot tub myself? What are the plumbing and electrical requirements? What is the difference between Plug ‘n Play and wired in regard to hot tubs?
  • Hot tub warranty? What hot tub warranty does your local hot tub dealer offer? What does the hot tub warranty cover?

  • Wrapping Up Your Hot Tub Store Visit

  • Inspiration. Ask your hot tub store to view photos of prior installations- they’re a great source of inspiration.
  • Getting ready. Discuss the pre-delivery kit with your hot tub dealer during your hot tub store visit.
  • Check availability. How soon can your hot tub be delivered? Who should you contact for support after you buy a hot tub?

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