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What makes Arctic Spas so different?

Arctic Spas

Arctic Spas was founded in 1994. The ownership group is a unique group of guys, having all grown up on farms and in rural western Canada. This is where the value of your word far outweighs commercial success. These same values continue through the entire culture of their business. Additionally, Arctic Spas pride themselves on listening and supporting their customers, dealers and employees alike. It’s clear they take providing the best product and service in the industry very seriously. Due to this, they have always been known for product quality and innovation.

Design

Hot tub design and quality is important. Equally, ongoing electrical and repair costs can be high if you choose an inferior product. Arctic Spas are specifically designed for the extreme climates of Northern Canada. This means they last longer, cost less to operate, and are easier to maintain. Their unique features like FreeHeat, the Forever Floor, Total Access and the Mylovac cover make an Arctic Spa a great hot tub choice.

Advanced Technology

If you are looking for advanced technology and low maintenance, Arctic Spas win in this department too. Check out the automatic self regulating salt water cleaning system called Spa Boy, it’s the most popular option by far. Their focus continues to be on offering the most innovative designs and to provide a wonderful hot tub experience. This means they cost less to operate than most and require the least amount of maintenance. Therefore, combining the most advanced spa technology with world-class construction techniques ensures your enjoyment for years to come. Subsequently, Arctic spas iconic Cedarwood shell not only makes for a stunning hot tub but something that requires extremely low maintenance. All these features make these spas a wonderful hot tub choice.

If you missed it, have a look at our hot tub Instagram gallery to see how our Arctic Spa customers enjoying theirs!

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Written by Kevin Sowter