Arctic Spas ® hot tubs are engineered for the world’s harshest climates. They are designed to perform efficiently in the severe Northern elements, and that translates into your guarantee of reliability, economy and peace of mind, no matter where you live. No climate on Earth is too extreme for an Arctic Spas hot tub.
The Arctic brand was developed in northern Canada, where the extreme climate guided our hot tubs into becoming the most energy efficient, longest lasting, and easiest to maintain in the world. When the temperature fluctuates from -30 C in the winter to +30 in the summer, a quality outdoor hot tub has to be built with extreme intelligence and only the very best components. People all over the world appreciate the benefits of this design. No matter where you live or what type of climate you have, lower running costs and less maintenance make sense.
Dealers for the Arctic Spas brand are located in more than 30 countries around the world, and the network is growing. All Arctic Spas dealers are specialists who depend on local customer satisfaction and quality service. The typical Arctic Spas dealership is independently owned and staffed by members of the local community. This is a sharp contrast from large retail chains and online sellers who naturally have less incentive to keep every single customer satisfied.
We Also Make The Only Swim Spa Designed For Cold Weather
Arctic brand swimming pools (aka swim spas) are engineered to the same extreme standards that made Arctic Spas hot tubs renowned worldwide for quality and extreme energy efficiency. Arctic Spas swim spas deliver the benefits of a swimming pool, hot tub, and exercise pool all in one extremely high quality, compact and portable unit – for a small fraction of the cost of full size swimming pools. Here is the number one reason to choose an Arctic Spas brand swim spa: They cost less to operate. They are designed for extreme cold climates which means the insulation design has to be efficient in freezing sub zero temperatures. If you live in a place with cold winters it is the only logical choice. Even if you don’t live in a cold place, lower running costs make sense.