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Best Hot Tubs in Milwaukee, WI

June 27, 2019, 2:32 p.m.

There are few better ways to embrace Milwaukee’s harsh winters and short summers than a hot tub. A hot tub soothes your muscles with therapy jets, calms your mind and provides a place to entertain guests while potentially increasing your home’s value. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best hot tubs in Milwaukee to help you start relaxing sooner.

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MasterSpas
MasterSpas
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  • 26 models available
  • Made in U.S.A.
  • Magnetic therapy system
  • Available in Milwaukee
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Allied Pools
Allied Pools
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  • Lowest price assured
  • Largest stock of hot tub products
  • Two convenient locations
  • Has pool tables and patio furniture
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Location
1800 S. 108th St.
West Allis, WI 53214
(414) 282-6800
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Pool Park
Pool Park
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  • Free delivery to surrounding areas
  • Does winterization
  • Water testing lab
  • Certified service center
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Location
N88 W15192 Main St.
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
(262) 255-3626
Baker Pool & Fitness
Baker Pool & Fitness
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  • M-Th: 10am - 7pm
  • F: 10am - 6pm
  • Sat: 10am - 5pm
  • Sun: 11am - 4pm
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Location
7131 S. 27th St.
Franklin, WI 53132
(414) 761-1221
Leisure Pools And Spas
Leisure Pools And Spas
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  • M-F: 10am - 5pm
  • Sat: 10am - 2pm
  • Closed Sun
  • leisurepoolandspas.com
Location
12525 W. Lisbon Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 781-9620

How to choose a hot tub in Milwaukee

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Purchasing a hot tub is beneficial for many reasons. A hot tub is great for recreation and entertaining guests, but it also has therapeutic aspects. Hot tubs use heat and therapy jets to soothe muscles and joints and help increase your range of motion.

Hot tubs can be used to recover from athletic activities or ease the pain for people with arthritis or other medical conditions. If your doctor considers hot tub therapy to be a medical necessity, your health insurance may cover all or part of the cost to purchase and install one. Be sure to ask your insurance provider if your plan covers hot tubs before buying one.

Features to consider when purchasing a hot tub in Milwaukee

Prices for hot tubs and spas vary based on the size and features, but they usually cost between $1,500 to $18,000. Above-ground hot tubs, which are the most popular in Milwaukee, generally cost between $1,500 and $7,000. When comparing hot tubs, some features to keep in mind are:

  • Size: If you plan on using it for entertaining guests, you’ll need a larger hot tub than for therapy only. Also make sure the seats fit your height, especially if the hot tub has neck and shoulder jets.
  • Types of jets: More jets is not always better. Good jets are adjustable, upgradeable and placed strategically. Jets may be designed for different purposes—for instance, some jets may produce a pulsing stream of water for muscle massage.
  • Shell type: Many hot tubs use rotomolded plastic, which is durable but not energy efficient. The most popular shell material in Milwaukee is acrylic, which is durable, energy efficient and keeps the water hot during Milwaukee’s cold winters.
  • Sanitation: Ozone sanitation comes with most high-end hot tubs, but other tubs may come with UV sanitation systems to help keep your hot tub clean.
  • Warranties: It’s important to ask for details on your hot tub’s warranty, including who would provide service. A longer warranty will protect your purchase for years to come.
  • Type of frame: Hot tub frames are generally made of plastic, metal or wood. Wood is the most popular frame material in Milwaukee. An attractive frame can help make your hot tub the centerpiece of your landscaping design.

Other features you may consider adding include stairs for entering and exiting the hot tub, storage, shelving and a built-in stereo system and speakers.

Installing a hot tub in Milwaukee

Many hot tubs can be plugged into a standard outlet, but you may need to install a 240-volt outlet if you purchase a larger hot tub. Specific regulations will vary depending on where you live and may require the hot tub be a specified distance from the outlet. If you live in an older home like those in Riverwest, Bay View or on the East Side, you might find your electrical system needs an update to support a modern hot tub.

Having your hot tub installed by professionals can prevent future problems or damage to your new purchase. Many hot tub dealers in Milwaukee have service departments that will install your hot tub for between $200 and $500, though it’s possible to increase the cost considerably if you choose to install a deck or a similar landscaping feature.

You may also choose to perform hot tub maintenance or hire a professional service in Milwaukee. If you decide to do the maintenance yourself, ask your hot tub dealership if the company offers free water testing.

ThermoSpas

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ThermoSpas has been manufacturing spas since 1983, and the company’s employees pride themselves on providing excellent customer service. ThermoSpas inspects all products thoroughly and provides a 24-hour call-back guarantee so you know your questions will always be answered quickly. Customers in Milwaukee say that the installation process is quick and effortless.

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MasterSpas

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Master Spas is the largest swim spa manufacturer in the world and one of the largest hot tub manufacturer in the country. Master Spas offers energy-efficient hot tubs and prides itself on using the latest hot tub technology. Milwaukee customers give the company high marks for its durable products and wide range of features.

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Allied Pools

Allied Pools

Allied Pools is a Wisconsin company that has been in business for more than 50 years. The company is committed to quality customer service and offers individual advice to help you find the best product. Reviews from Milwaukee customers say the company’s employees are knowledgeable and helpful through every step of the purchasing process.

Pool Park

Pool Park

Pool Park is a family-owned and -operated business in Menomonee Falls that has been in business since 1964. Pool Park has an extensive water testing lab and can repair any brand of hot tub. Milwaukee customers say the company has a large selection of products and that the employees are genuinely caring.

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