Those who care about the environment frequently ask our sales team: Are hot tubs bad for the environment?
You can imagine how happy we are to respond: “No! “
At least — not the Bullfrog Spas we sell.
Indeed. Data compiled by the California Energy Commission and US Energy Information Administration actually shows that Bullfrog Spa models are the most energy efficient hot tubs in their class.
The above graph shows energy cost estimates that were updated last fall, in November, 2019. While energy costs can vary, including in New York, the costs still remain relatively low.
Energy Efficiency/Environmentally Safe
As owner of three New York Best Hot Tubs showrooms (Westbury, Famingdale, Windham), Bill Renter is extremely happy to specialize in Bullfrog Spas.
“These hot tubs are the hydrotherapy portable spa of choice,” says Bill. “But just as important, these spas are earth-friendly hot-tubs in every possible way. Each portable hot tub is built using systems, materials, and technologies that are energy-efficient and safe for the environment.”
Just what makes a Bullfrog Spa so energy efficient?
This video explains it all:
As the video makes clear, Bullfrog’s 90% less plumbing and superb insulation and construction makes all the difference.
Each Bullfrog Spas is made from 25% recycled ABS plastic materials. Any excess ABS produced during manufacturing is recycled and reused.
No hazardous pollutants are released into our environment during hot tub production. The spa shell backing material is not fiberglass and is VOC-free.
Best Hot Tub’s owner, and hot tub and spa expert, Bill Renter, is a passionate outdoor enthusiast. Bill always focuses on nature — never against it. He is proud to sell a spa that does not harm the environment.
“I always install our Bullfrog Spas in the least disruptive way, even when a customer is having it completely placed in-ground. From Fire Island to Windham, NY, and from New York City to Connecticut, when we install one of our Bullfrog Spas, the environment is always of paramount consideration.”
Farmingdale/Keith McPartland: 917-716-7656
Windham/Jack Desposito: 646 866-3030
Westbury/Bob Bernstein : 516-429-3439