Hot Tub Safety Tips

Purchasing a spa is exciting for the whole family! Fantasy spas require minimal setup and maintenance, leaving more time for you to enjoy the befits of hot tubbing while keeping safety in mind.

Whether you will be using your spa solo or with friends and family, there are some very important safety tips to follow.

The Difference Between 110v and 220/230v Hot Tubs

Hot tubs come in many different shapes and sizes with endless accessories, features, and options. While waterfalls and underwater lighting are certainly fun, the most important difference to consider is the electrical configuration.

When shopping around for a hot tub, you may notice models with different electrical configurations, 110V and 220/230V. 110v spas are typically referred to as “Plug and Play,” or “Plug-N-Play,” while 220v/230v spas require custom wiring to draw power from your house.

So, what are the differences? Is there a benefit to one over the other? Let’s break it down below.