I chose the Comfortline Heat Pump for my own DIY Hot Tub. I have also supplied this unit to customers too. In this article, I will review the specifications as well as tell you the good and the bad about the unit.
Looking for reduced hot tub energy or running costs? With the global increase in fuel costs, most notably, electricity costs, many of us hot tub owners are looking for ways to reduce the running costs of our tubs.
If you are a regular reader of the blog or you have watched some videos on my YouTube Channel, you will know that I had no idea about how to make a hot tub when I built my own. This website and YouTube channel are the culmination of the knowledge that continues to grow on the subject.
Many of you may have read my guide on how to add an air source heat pump to a hot tub, you can find that article here. In this post, I am going to share with the steps that I took to add an air source heat pump to this hot tub.
Yes, you can add an Air Source heat pump to your existing hot tub. However, there are a few things that you need to consider. In this article, I will explain the steps you have to take and explain how to add an air source heat pump to your existing hot tub.
Balboa Clim8zone ™ Heat Pump. What is all that about I hear you say? I had the pleasure of meeting with the Balboa Team this week and was introduced to one of their new products. This is the Balboa Clim8zone ™ heat pump.
Air Source Heat Pumps for Hot Tubs are a great alternative to the traditional gas or electric heating system. They require no installation of new pipework and can be placed virtually anywhere in your yard. The drastic reduction of energy costs plus fast heat up times makes this type of heating source very desirable for the DIY Hot Tub Builder. In this blog post we are going to look at everything you need to know about Air Source Heat Pumps for your DIY Hot Tub.