When winter comes around, most of us don’t belt a catchy tune and build an ice castle like Elsa. No, we’re more like Anna, looking for all the cozy clothes and blankets we can find to stay warm and toasty while the winter winds howl. Huddling by the fire with a mug of hot tea or hot chocolate.
Or, maybe, soaking in a Master Spas hot tub.
Because thanks to its high-tech insulation, every Master Spas hot tub is built to keep the water inside at exactly the right temperature, even when it’s cold enough outside for Olaf and Sven to hang out in your backyard.
Master Spas uses environmentally friendly Icynene foam insulation – making Master Spas models among the most energy efficient hot tubs on the market today.
Like a cloak wrapped around Anna’s shoulders, Icynene foam creates a continuous thermal barrier. When it’s first applied, it expands to 100 times its initial volume in just seconds, air-sealing and insulating the spa. Cold spots are eliminated, so you experience a consistent, comfortable temperature no matter where you are in the spa – even if your sister accidentally freezes your heart.
Icynene foam offers other benefits, too. It supports the weight of the spa’s plumbing, making your spa stronger and more durable than others on the market. By keeping the cold air out, it helps prevent condensation – which prevents mold and mildew. And it’s certified as meeting Title 20 efficiency requirements by the California Energy Commission.
Even if the weather outside doesn’t feel like a second ice age brought on by a distraught sibling, you still want the water in your Master Spas hot tub to be nice and warm. Icynene foam does the job efficiently while keeping the effects on your energy bills to a minimum, all year long, whether your hot tubs seats 2 or 8.
Want to learn more about energy efficiency? Explore the Master Spas website and you can see estimated monthly operating costs for each model. When you’ve found a model you like, come see us. It’s just what you need to send the icy cold packing for good.