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Hot Tubs in Connecticut

CONNECTICUT

Connecticut is close to major metro areas but the charming
New England feel is a world away. It's a place where a hot tub
is just the nice warm touch to make your house a home.

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Bullfrog Spas Hot Tub Stores in Connecticut

Bullfrog Spas, Built for Connecticut

Home to the first operating steel mill in America and the Polaroid camera, Connecticut has a long history of advancing technology. This makes technologically advanced Bullfrog Spas the perfect hot tubs for Connecticut. Bullfrog Spas combining energy efficient plumbing, award-winning design and premium hydrotherapy and the JetPak Therapy System provides a wide variety of massage options making these the most customized hot tubs in Connecticut and anywhere.

 

Design your Connecticut hot tub today with Bullfrog Spas’ unique SpaDesign Software or visit one of our Bullfrog Spas hot tub stores in Connecticut by searching the list above.

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Connecticut Climate & Energy Quick Facts**

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Average

Rainfall

50 inches per year

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Average

Temperature

49° F

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Average Energy

Cost

19.9¢ per kw/h

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Per Capita Energy

Use Rank

5th most efficient

Bullfrog Spas are the most energy efficient hot tubs in their class*

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* Energy efficiency ratings based on data published by the California Energy Commission (CEC). Monthly energy cost estimates based on testing using the CEC energy use protocol which specifies using standby mode at 60°F / 15°C and a water temperature of 101°F / 38°C. Monthly total costs were calculated using an energy cost of $.10 per kw/h. Actual total energy costs may vary according to spa model, usage, ambient air temperature, climate, and local energy rates. For CEC reported data and testing protocol visit http://www.energy.ca.gov

 

**Average air temperature and rainfall based on figures published by NOAA National Climatic Data Center. Average energy use and costs based on figures published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.