April 15, 2015

If You’ve Got Questions on Installing Your Beachcomber Hot Tub, We’ve Got the Answers

After purchasing your Beachcomber hot tub, you’ll probably have quite a few questions on what the next steps are. Who will be delivery my hot tub? How will the hot tub be installed? That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of the most popular questions we get from first time Beachcomber owners.



Q:           How will the hot tub get to my home?

A:            Your Beachcomber will be delivered and installed by sales representatives from your local Beachcomber store. You don’t have to worry about installing it yourself.



Q:           What kind of electricity does a Beachcomber Hot Tub require?

A:            Your Beachcomber will need 220 volts. Ask your local Beachcomber store about the size of the breaker you’ll need for the hot tub model you chose.



Q:            Is a Beachcomber Hot Tub portable?

A:            Yes, your Beachcomber LEEP or Hybrid3 hot tub is fully portable and can be taken with you if you move to a new home.



Q:           What type of water does a Beachcomber Hot Tub need?

A:            Your Beachcomber is designed to run with regular tap water. You can simply fill it with your garden hose, add water care, and enjoy your new backyard oasis.



If you still have more questions, contact us at Beachcomber Care!

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