That’s a good question, since a spa can have a big impact on your electricity bill.
The cost of operating a spa, including heating the water and running the pumps, is highly variable and depends a great deal on a number of factors, including the type of spa, the conditions of use and weather conditions. It is therefore very hard to determine a typical cost of use.
However, as an example and under certain conditions, using an above-ground spa for 30 minutes every day throughout the year could add $588 to your annual bill.
For more information about estimating annual consumption and the factors that influence consumption, visit our Web site. You can also consult a pool or spa specialist.