Alan Bettin Swimming Pools

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Hot Tubs Surrey & Hampshire

Dreaming of a new hot tub or Jacuzzi for your home in Surrey, Hampshire and surrounding areas? Call Alan Bettin Swimming Pools in Farnham for a free quote.

HOT TUB INSTALLATION IN SURREY AND HAMPSHIRE

Escape the grind of daily life as often as you desire with one of Alan Bettin Swimming Pools’ premium hot tubs. From a concrete tiled spa to a stylish hot tub in a variety of colours, we are on-hand to advise and install your ideal design for a competitive price.

COMPLETE HOT TUB SOLUTIONS

We also sell portable spas so that if you ever move you can take your hot tub with you. We can also construct glazed or timber structures and log cabins to house your hot tub, shield it from the elements and provide a private sanctuary on your very doorstep!

WHAT AREAS IN SURREY DO YOU COVER?

We cover all the major settlements in Surrey such as Woking, Guildford, Walton-on-Thames, Ewell, Esher, Camberley, Redhill, Leatherhead, Epsom, Weybridge, Ashford, Egham, Staines, Farnham, Horley, Godalming, Reigate, Caterham, Frimley, Cobham, Dorking, Addlestone, Ashtead, Chertsey, Oxted, Haslemere, Banstead, Cranleigh, Warlingham, Lightwater, Hindhead, Witley, Virginia Water, East Horsley, Bagshot, West Clandon, Send, Whitebushes.

WHAT AREAS IN HAMPSHIRE DO YOU COVER?

We cover all the major settlements in Hampshire such as Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Gosport, Farnborough, Andover, Aldershot, Horndean, Winchester, Havant, Locks Heath, Warsash, Whiteley, Fareham, Fleet, Totton, Hedge End, Stubbington, Hythe, New Milton, Emsworth, Alton, Romsey, Bordon, Tadley, South Hayling, Lymington, Petersfield, Yateley, Ringwood, Blackfield, Hook, Blackwater, Bursledon, North Baddesley, Liphook, Netley, Bishop’s Waltham, Liss, Marchwood, Denmead, Fordingbridge, New Alresford, Oakley, Headley Down, Kings Worthy, Four Marks, Hamble-le-Rice, Whitchurch.

FAQs

What do you need for hot tub installation?

For hot tub installation, you will need a solid, level place where you can set the spa (ensuring that you have access to receive the hot tub delivery). You’ll also need access to electricity and a garden hose in close proximity.

What does it cost to install a hot tub?

The costs of hot tub installation will be affected by where you want the hot tub installed and the price of the hot itself.

Can I install a hot tub myself?

Installing a small 13 AMP hot tub yourself is possible, as these hot tubs are predominantly self-contained systems. However, in order to do so properly, you may need to pour concrete or check that your decking can withstand the weight. Hiring a professional installer can help to ensure that the job is performed safely.

Can you plug a hot tub into a regular outlet?

13AMP hot tubs are commonly plugged into a regular outlet (standard domestic plug socket). However, these hot tub installations still require an outdoor waterproof plug socket with RCD protection in order to be used safely. Larger hot tubs have more complex power requirements.

What size breaker do I need for a hot tub?

The size of RCD circuit breaker that you need for your hot tub depends on the size and power requirements of your hot tub. Whilst ‘plug and play’ 13 AMP hot tubs can plug into waterproof domestic power supplies with RCD protection, 32 and 40 AMP hot tubs need 6mm² 3-core SWA cable and 10mm² 3-core SWA cable, respectively, as well as an IP65 45AMP Rotary Isolator Switch. These should be fitted by an electrician who meets Part P requirements.

Does a hot tub need to be plugged in all the time?

A hot tub can be plugged in and switched on all the time, as it is more economical and better for the machine to be maintaining temperature, as opposed to heating it up from cold every time you want to use it.

How much does a hot tub raise your electric bill?

Hot tubs can raise your electric bill by £20 to £40 per month, depending on the particular product you opt for and your tariff charges.

Is it cheaper to leave a hot tub on all the time?

It’s cheaper, in the long run, to leave a hot tub on all the time, as opposed to turning it off after each use. If you use your hot tub regularly then it’s more economic to let the hot tub maintain its heat, as heating it up from cold takes a lot of electricity.

How long can you sit in a hot tub?

You can sit in a hot tub between 15-30 minutes, or 45 minutes at most, depending on factors such as your water temperature, the ambient temperature, personal health and your age. You can always return to your hot tub after a short break.