Quality Hot Tubs at Unbeatable Prices
Custom Backyard Spaces is Garner’s top Everest Spas dealer. Our hot tubs and spas provide a powerful massage and an ergonomic design to provide the best massage experience possible. We take your relaxation very seriously, that’s why we carry an industry leading hot tub brand on the market.
We have a variety of hot tubs for sale, which have versatile massage jets that target specific massage points, innovative water purification systems, reliable components, and the latest electronic control systems, your Everest Spa will deliver a memorable and restorative experience every time.
Hot Tub Commonly Asked Questions
How do you install a hot tub?
At Custom Backyard Spaces we deliver your hot tub and place it in your desired location for free. It is recommended you have a level concrete pad or a reinforced deck to ensure successful hot tub installation. Our hot tubs require 220V, so you will need to work with a certified electrician to ensure your hot tub is connected appropriately.
Are hot tubs expensive to run?
Running a hot tub can be a lot more reasonable than you would think. Your hot tub monthly running costs include heating, water and chemicals, insurance, and maintenance to keep it in good working order. There are a few variables that affect the cost of heating your hot tub, but on average you could expect to pay $23 /month.
How do you maintain a hot tub?
Maintaining your hot tub and keeping it clean will ensure optimal performance and enjoyment of your hot tub! We recommend you test and adjust your spa water balance 2-4 times per week and clean the spa filter every 1-2 weeks, and replace annually.
What temperature should you keep your hot tub when not in use?
Our general guide to hot tub temperature when it is not in use is to keep it at a temperature that is at least 5 degrees lower than when in use. You want to keep it at a lower temperature so that your energy consumption isn’t too high. We don’t recommend turning your spa off completely as this will consume more energy to get it back up to your desired temperature.