Video answer: Heating a hot tub with gas
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- Gas hot tubs or gas-fired hot tubs use small swimming pool heaters to heat the water (around 100,000 BTU). These heaters can be natural gas or propane gas. Gas hot tubs heat up extremely fast so the water temperature goes from ambient temperature to hot tub temperature (100-104 degrees) in about 30-60 minutes.
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Cons of Gas Hot Tub Heaters. Higher Initial Cost. You will spend more money right off the bat on a gas heater. In many cases, they can cost up to $1,000. Plus, you will need to connect your gas line a tank with gas or propane. To bury a gas line, you might have to spend a considerable amount of money depending on how far you are running the line.
Our plastic hot tubs are delivered assembled and are made of either polyethylene plastic or acrylic and supplied with a wood burning stove or gas heater. City-Tub, a hot tub for those who live in urban areas! Our City- series of hot tubs with a 24kW gas heater, City-Tub, is a convenient solution for those who live in urban areas and want an affordable hot tub with rapid heating.
Free Shipping. The Eccotemp 45H Indoor Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater is one of the most advanced CSA approved outdoor models of the Eccotemp tankless line. Rated at an impressive 6.8 GPM with a temperature rise of 38 degrees and 140,000 BTU per hour, the Eccotemp 45Hi-NG can meet all your hot-water needs!
A gas heated tub is a great option if you want to heat the water really quickly upon refilling the tub, or if you just don’t have the power for an electrically heated system. The downside to gas is that the equipment is quite a lot more costly up front, and will likely have an energy savings pay off measured in years.
Gas heating is one of the fastest ways to heat up your tub. 1.4m dia tub. Price: $16,770. 1.6m dia tub. Price: $17,590. 1.8m dia tub. Price: $18,470. We manufacture all tubs in our factory in south coast of NSW and can make your tub to any size. Please contact us if you require your tub to be of different size to the ones above for a quote.
One of the ongoing debates in the spa and hot tub business, is whether or not to use gas heat for hot tubs vs. the more commonly used electric heat option. There are several factors to take into consideration before you make a final decision on this choice and that’s what we are going to explore in this blog post. THE 5 MAIN CONSIDERATIONS Using Gas Heat for Hot tubs:
This portable gas heater setup can be moved and put next to any hottub, simply hooks over the edge to heat the water.