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CLEARWATER SPAS FOCUSES ON ENERGY EFFICIENT HOT TUBS FOR 2012
September 5, 2012
By Betty Carter
Las Vegas, NV USA
Looking For Energy Efficient Hot Tub Spas During The Recession
As the cost of energy is
rising across the United States and Canada, savvy consumers are
also looking for highly insulated hot tubs, but still want all
the fancy "bells-and-whistles" that are available today.
Clearwater Spas of Woodinville, Washington, make a line a
very high quality hot tub spas PLUS uses all the most energy
efficient components and insulations, allowing consumers to have
the best of both worlds.
Remember that "Eco-Friendly"
does not necessarily have to mean sacrifice of lack of comfort.
Founder and CEO for
Clearwater Spas reports that "You do not have to sacrifice
comfort or fun with your spa, but you can choose an option that
is more environmentally conscious from many spa manufacturers,
including our brand, Clearwater Spas."
What is so special about
eco-friendly options? From manufacturing to power use, they are
quite special. When you select the right hot tub, you can, in
fact, be helping the environment. Mr. Clearwater adds "When our
company designs and creates our hot tubs, they keep two things
in mind: your comfort and the environment. From the very
beginning, staying green is kept in mind, and the manufacturing
location for the spas is also important, as we do not produce
environmental pollution with our shell EcoSpray process".
He also continues, saying that "At Clearwater Spas our floors of
the spas are created from recycled ABS, and we even go so far as
to recycle our own material waste, such as wood and plastic."
Getting an energy
efficient hot tub is good for a number of reasons; the hot tubs
are energy efficient in a number of different ways, they are
environmentally friendly and they will also save you money in
electricity. All Clearwater tubs are insulated from floor to
cover, and the spas are made to maintain heat, avoid pollution
and allows for protection from damaging insects.
The insulation used is
made to buffer against cold air in order to maintain heat so
that the heater system has to work less and will use less
electricity. Getting a high quality spa cover also helps to
protect the spa water from heat loss as well.
Mr. Clearwater also reports that
"The spas designed and manufactured by Clearwater Spas now
include a new technology called E-Smart, which guarantees that
the hot tubs are energy efficient in all ways. Designed from
recycled materials, including the best in insulation, our hot
tubs will not only offer a green alternative, they will also
cost you less money since they use much less of your energy
Remember, going green does
not have to be difficult. In fact, many people assume that, to
protect the environment, they will have to make sacrifices, but
this is no longer true. You can still enjoy the comfort, therapy
and fun of a hot tub at your home while still helping to produce
a better global environment.
Mr. Clearwater continues that
"All Clearwater Spas are certified to pass the rules of the
California Energy Commission (CEC) energy standards act, which
is a strict set of rules about energy efficiency and
environmental safety. There is no sense in missing out on the
fun of a hot tub because you are worried about the environment.
In fact, when your neighbors see your hot tub installation, they
may quite possibly be green with envy!”
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