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  1. Good evening all, returning owner here. Been without a hot tub for about 10yrs whilst we had children etc but recently had an offer which was difficult to turn down. As we were thinking about taking the plunge again we thought WHY NOT!? Long story short, we were offered a used hottub sale for £500 if we could remove it immediately. No problem. The spa was a 4+1 and I was shown it running. Great! I quickly paid and few days later I relocated it inside my garage (not a fan of outside bathing myself) Anyway we ran it for a month, then had a smart meter fitted. Immediately saw my e
  2. I have an 8 person arctic spa and I live in alberta. I use my hot tub 3 to 4 times a week for about 45 minutes to an hour each time. I keep it at 102 degrees. I was told it would raise my electric bill by about 30 a month during winter, but I have seen it raise my electric bill by closer to 80 per month. I am trying to figure out if this is normal. Thank you for any help.
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