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Old 02-03-2011, 12:12 PM   #1
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Looking at getting a hot tub for the house....wondering if anyone could steer me in the right direction on where to go for the best deal in the area...

Thanks guys!
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Call Sunset Pools and Spas in Pace. He is a PFF member ( can't remember his name at the moment) but his phone number is 850-994-0211.
He is a really good guy.
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Old 02-03-2011, 07:08 PM   #3
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Blue Angel Hot Tubs on Gulf Beach Hwy is worth looking at.
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Hot Springs brand, regardless of dealer. Pensacola Pools carries them. Expensive, but foolproof and bulletproof. A great investment. It stays at the set temp and stays clean, not to mention doesn't break down. Good stuff.
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2nd on the hot springs brand...

well worth the extra money
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3rd on the Hot spring brand. I have mine workinging well, (soaked init this evening before the rain fell). It is a 1994 model! Most spas are toast after so long, mine works great. Still insulates better, and gives lower power bills.

You can save money on a spa, but you will regret it.
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Dream maker is a good brand..It use to be called the X-spa, they first came out in like 98/00 range...I've got one of the older X-spa 4-person square ones its all plastic so nothing to rot or break on it...Mine has been sitting for about 3yrs unused because of the pump being burnt up..I had it laying on its side which was a no-no,because it heated up and let the filter holder lean and cause a leak..But I pretty much fixed it.. They dont have extra heaters, they have a heater that is cermic and sits on top of the motor, takes about 24hrs to get 98ish but ur not paying for extra money on a heating bill
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Hot Springs brand, regardless of dealer. Pensacola Pools carries them. Expensive, but foolproof and bulletproof. A great investment. It stays at the set temp and stays clean, not to mention doesn't break down. Good stuff.
That's what kind and exactly where I got mine! Good folk to deal with!
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Thanks Everyone, I really appreciate the suggestions!
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