These hot tubs are complicated to find, but not impossible. However, if you really want to get one of these tubs, you will need to budget for many different factors because these tubs can get pretty spendy.
Want to know exactly how much you can expect to pay when you get an inground hot tub? If so, then keep on reading as we create a running list of the things that you can expect to pay for with one of these tubs.
The Tub Itself
The cost of an inground hot tub unit itself will vary greatly depending on the type and style that you get, how many people it seats, how many jets are on the tub and so on and so forth.
However, on average, you can expect to spend between $3,000 to $20,000 on just the hot tub itself. Therefore, you will need to decide which tub style works best for you and then budget accordingly.
Cleaning Solution and Accessories
One of the most crucial things that you will need when you purchase any sort of hot tub is a cleaning solution and accessories to help you keep the hot tub clean. These things prevent the buildup of bacteria, and they help keep the tub looking nice and clean over time.
- Oh Yuk Jetted Tub System Cleaner—One 16-ounce bottle of this solution will do everything that you want it to and will ensure that your hot tub with jets stays perfectly clean. If there is biofilm or bacteria built up on the hot tub, this solution will cut through these things without a problem. You can use this solution and see results within 5 to 15 minutes after putting it in the tub, and since it doesn’t have any harmful odors associated with it, it won’t make you sick in any capacity.
- Bug Solutions Ultra Mitt—If you want to wipe away scum and other things that have built up on your hot tub over time, then this may be the perfect tool for you. You can use this to wipe scum off the walls of the hot tub, and it works perfectly on all surfaces that are made out of acrylic, fiberglass, vinyl, or tile. Finally, this mitt is very easy to use, and you can use it over and over again until it gets too gross to use.
- Ecoone Eco-8039—Caring for your spa water is easy if you get this water treatment system. This system seems to help resolve most spa problems naturally, and since it is easy to use and extremely safe, you shouldn’t get sick from it and you shouldn’t have any major problems using it. This kit comes with a three-month supply of all the treatments you will need to keep your water clean, and since it is non-toxic, it shouldn’t present any sort of a danger to you. Finally, this isn’t even an environmental hazard, so you can be environmentally-friendly while using it.
Aside from the cleaning accessories that you will need for your hot tub, there are also other accessories that you will need to maximize the enjoyment of your spa. Depending on what you get, these accessories can range in price from $30 all the way up to $300 or even as much as $2,000.
- AquaTray Spa Side Table—Not only is this tray available in a stylish gray color, but it also has spots where you can put your food and drinks so that you can enjoy indulging in all the flavors of your favorite foods when you are soaking in the tub. You can actually fit this tray over the edge of the spa so that you don’t have to strain to reach things, making eating and drinking in the hot tub very convenient.
- Lightahead Bluetooth Speaker—Do you want a speaker that can float around in the hot tub and that will immerse your guests in the sound of the music that you play with your cell phone? If so, then this may be the ideal device for you. You will have to have your cell phone out in the open to play the music, but this device is easy to pair via a Bluetooth connection, so it should take no time at all to do that. Finally, this device has a built-in rechargeable battery that keeps it running strong even after the 6 hour playback time is up.
Now that you understand what goes into the cost of an inground hot tub, you will be better able to budget for the cost of one so that you can find the one that will work best for your needs.