Hot Tubs by Thermospas: Pricing and Cost Comparison
Last Updated: January 11, 2023
Reviewed By: Ryan Maguire
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About Thermospas #
Thermospas is known for providing a great combination of affordability with plenty of options. Every ThermoSpas hot tub is custom built to meet your preferences and budget constraints. Select only the features you want and skip those that you don't. Choose anywhere from 10 to 160 jets, a variety of shell options and colors, and features like LED lighting, waterfalls, stereo systems and bubbling systems.
All models have basic, advanced and all-inclusive packages to fit your budget. Build time is typically 4 to 6 weeks.
ThermoSpas Hot Tub Average Costs #
ThermoSpas prices vary dramatically depending on the features you select - anywhere from $8,000 to $22,000 and up. The price is entirely up to you.
A ThermoSpas Park Avenue with features like reversible lounges, LED lighted jetted pillows, underwater lighting and therapy seats costs about $20,000. including setup. The hot tub also comes with a cover lift and stairs.
A ThermoSpas Gemini, which is a 2 person hot tub, goes for about $8,000. It has 28 to 51 jets, contoured lounge seating, multi-color LED lighting, digital controls and a waterfall.
ThermoSpas usually ship for free. The company also offers a free site inspection to help you decide where to place the tub. ThermoSpas also offers financing without a downpayment to those who qualify.
All ThermoSpas Hot Tub Models: #
- Gemini seats 2 people and has 28-51 jets.
- Maui fits 3 adults and includes 24-62 jets.
- Atlantis seats 4 people and has 31-42 jets.
- Concord has 4 seats and includes 51-99 jets.
- Chesapeake has 5 seats and 41-57 jets.
- Park Avenue seats 5 seats and has 42-118 jets.
- Manhattan fits 6-8 people and has 56-172 jets.
ThermoSpas Hot Tub Features and Options #
ThermoSpas are durable and built to last. The heaters are made of titanium instead of stainless steel, which means they last longer. This is important because hot tub heaters take a lot of abuse and are usually the first part to fail.
Unlike most hot tubs, ThermoSpas do not use foam insulation, which can make it difficult to find the source of a leak or part failure, should that happen. Instead, they use high-density insulator panels to lock in heat. Genesis Series hot tubs have two layers and Designer Series tubs have three.
Shell options include gel coat, plastic and acrylic. You also have your choice of colors, including marble and granite colors.
There are a number of ThermoSpas accessories that are not included in the price that you might want to consider purchasing. They include:
- Safety rail and stand: $200 to $300
- Cover lifter: $200 to $400
- IPod docking station: $200 to $350
- Subwoofer: $500 to $1,000
Watch: How to Install & Start Up Your Thermospa Hot Tub #
Watch this video to find out how to get your new Thermospa up and running.