Sundance Spas Blog


Floor Model Clearance Event

Hot Tub Sale Now Through February 26

For a limited time, save with up to $1,000 cash back on select models or receive promotional financing on a wide variety of specially-equipped Sundance Spas! See your local dealer for hot tub sale details. Find a Sundance Spas dealer near you. Hurry - this offer ends February 26, 2012. Sundance Hot Tub Sale Related Blog: How to Get a “Real Deal” on a Hot Tub


Warm Up to Stormy Weather

Hot Tub Review: The Perfect Storm

Aqua Quip, a Sundance Spas dealer serving the Puget Sound area, shared a hot tub review from a happy customer, Cathy Hitchman. Cathy and her husband bought their new Sundance® Certa™ hot tub from the Aqua Quip booth during the Puyallup Fair. They couple been enjoying their spa for a couple of months when their area was "nailed" by storms. Without power to the house or the hot tub for five full days, and with temperatures around 30-35 degrees, Cathy expected to open the hot tub cover and find icy-cold spa water. "When we finally got power back to it [the hot tub]," Cathy writes, "we were impressed to see that it had only gone down to 70 degrees! We thought that was a pretty impressive statement about the insulation." We think so, too, but it's not surprising. The full-foam insulation used in Sundance Spas hot tubs greatly reduces heat loss. Top-quality insulation retains the heat generated by the best hot tub heater in the industry – a titanium coil heater whose surface heats the water directly. This produces faster heat recovery and shorter heating cycles: that adds up to energy savings, and produces the type of warm surprise delivered by Cathy's Certa hot tub. (Get a price quote on a Sundance hot tub now!) READ MORE >


How to Get a “Real Deal” on a Hot Tub

The Truth About Hot Tub Price and Value

Have you ever wondered about the range of prices for hot tubs? How do you calculate the value of a Sundance® brand hot tub vs. that of another manufacturer? I recently happened to catch a segment on the Today show about following up on New Year’s resolutions. One of the top things people resolve to do is save money. That led to a discussion about weighing what something costs vs. its value. Their conclusion was that in the long run, you may spend more by “going cheap” in the first place. The Today show hosts discussed possible outcomes that can result if you going with a less expensive product: • The product doesn’t perform as well as you would expect it to, so you experience disappointment instead of enjoyment. • The product is not well made and either kicks the bucket or requires expensive repair fees. Save yourself buyer’s remorse and take the time to compare a big purchase on factors other than cost. This is so true in buying a hot tub. If it doesn’t deliver the hydromassage power you expect, have the features you enjoy or the options you need, you are less likely to use it. Take the time to weigh the price of a product against its value, especially if the item is a big investment, like a hot tub. A “cheap” spa may cost more in repairs and add-ons. Poor quality often goes with very low prices, and vice versa. How frustrating would it be to look forward to a nice soak in your hot tub at the end of the day, only to discover that it isn’t working properly, again? Getting a quality spa relative to your investment will add more value to your enjoyment of the hot tub for years to come. Sundance Spas has earned a reputation for maintaining high manufacturing standards that can be counted on in manufacturing reliable, high-performance products, with the stylish features and options more people want. Explore which Sundance® hot tub is worth your investment. Download our LATEST brochure now, which includes new models and features not yet highlighted on the Sundance Spas website. READ MORE >


It’s National Hug Day!

We Asked: Who Did/Will You Hug?

National Hug Day READ MORE >


Hot Tub Dealers

Who Will You Choose To Buy Your Hot Tub From?

In a recent Facebook post, we asked our Facebook followers: “Hot tub shopping? What's the most important consideration? i.e. Quality, reputation of manufacturer, price, warranty, styles/sizes, other...” Not surprisingly, hot tub dealer was noted as a top consideration when spa shopping. “For me... your distributors are key to your success. The hot tub we bought from you, Johnson Pools out of Huntsville, AL. they have always fixed any issues we have had with your spa.” READ MORE >


Spa Features, Options, and Accessories

Quality Spa Features are the Hallmark of a Sundance® Spa

Spa Features Backlit waterfalls, cradling seats, highly-effective spa jets, and gently curved hand supports. Every need is anticipated, with features like lighted control panels and illuminated beverage holders. Decades of engineering expertise have gone into the systems that keep the water clean with minimal maintenance. And with fun and practical items like built-in stereos and exterior spa light options, plus a matching hot tub cover, you really can get exactly what you want in a Sundance spa. You can even opt for gleaming stainless steel trim for the spa jets on selected 780™ and 680™ Series models. READ MORE >


Hot Tub Installation Tips

Site, Pathway, and Electrical Preparation

Hot Tub Installation


SilentAir™ Injection – What is it?

Soothing Bubbles, Uplifting Massage!

SilentAir READ MORE >


Hot Tub Prices

It’s More About Value Than Cost

hot tub prices Quality spas are available in a wide range of prices. Just like cars, spa prices reflect features, materials and workmanship. Of course, we hope that as you are shopping you will consider a Sundance® spa. No matter which brand of spa you finally choose, we want you to be an informed consumer and find the right spa for your needs. READ MORE >


Hot Tub Installation: Will I Need to Install Plumbing and Electrical?

Will I Need to Install Plumbing and Electrical?

hot tub installationHot Tub Installation: You'll be glad to know that no plumbing is required! With both in-ground and portable above-ground hot tubs, just fill up the hot tub with a common garden hose. Do keep in mind that a hot tub filled with water is quite heavy, so a good, solid hot tub foundation is crucial for any hot tub installation. The area on which you install the hot tub rests must be able to support the weight of your hot tub, the water in it, and of course those who use it. If you are installing your hot tub on an elevated structure, it is recommended that you consult a contractor or structural engineer to find out specific hot tub requirements for decks. READ MORE >


Hot Tub Innovation & Design

High-Performance Spas That Exceed Expectations



Hot Tubs and Spas

Hot Tubs and Spas – What's the Difference?

hot tubs and spas I'd consider most hot tubs to be spas, but spas are definitely not always hot tubs. Spas can be a lot of things. Just try an Internet search for spas, and you’ll quickly see. READ MORE >

Sign Up for our Newsletter