Looking for a great hot tub at a great price? Look no further than our re-conditioned Beachcomber 538 Model.
Two Different Construction Options, Two Different Price Points
Did you know we sell our tubs in two ways? One way, our most popular, The Beachcomber Hybrid Package, features external equipment, two-tiered steps and 100% cavity filled insulation. The other way, an OHL LEEP, features all the benefits of a Beachcomber Hybrid packaged but with internal equipment. Click on our Custom Build Your Hot Tub link to learn more about how you can build your Hot Tub.
Hot Tub Placement
Your local building code will give you the requirements for proper support of your hot tub on a wood deck. The average size filled hot tub filled can weigh more than the car in your driveway. It must be supported properly to ensure a safe and reliable installation.
Our recommendation has always been to install your hot tub outside on a deck or on a pad. But if you do decide to install it in the home, ensure that your contractor provides proper ventilation according to your local building code.
Laying Your Foundation
It’s very important to have your hot tub placed on a flat, level spot that will support the weight. Patio locks are available from your local building centre. They are easy to lay down with sand, a perimeter border, a long straight board, and a spirit level. Using a spirit level between your blocks as you lay them down helps to ensure that your spot remains level and flat. Ensure that your spot is laid out and ready to go before the delivery crew arrives. Your local store will call you to confirm your preferred location before the delivery date is arranged. Please note: Beachcomber does not recommend placing a hot tub directly on unprepared ground.
Planning Your Back Yard For The Best Experience
Get the relaxation and calm that you need in this busy world, by planning your hot tub location for the best privacy. If there are trees or fences that may be replaced or moved in the future, consider what your environment will be like. Look at the direction you will be facing, from neighboring windows, doors, trees or fences. Your hot tub location is very important to optimize your soaking, relaxing environment for you and your family.
Keep Your Hot Tub Close To Your Back Door
Make sure that you get the very most from your hot tub investment. Keeping your hot tub close to your back door or patio will make it easy to use your hot tub. If you have farther to go, you may find that it will deter you from using the hot tub. Ensure that you place it just steps away, so that you can enjoy it in any weather.
Water Access Is Easy - Just Use Your Outdoor Garden Hose
Filling your Beachcomber is easy. You don’t need any specially treated water – simply place your garden hose in the hot tub, and fill it up. Having easy access to the garden hose from your house makes it convenient for you to fill and drain. The Beachcomber Owner’s Guide gives you all the information you need to use and care for your hot tub. Use the easy instructions included with your new hot tub for more information. It’s very easy to care for and requires very little maintenance. And with water care programs that make sense and are easy to use, you will get the most from your hot tub without worrying about a lot of maintenance.