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Hot Tub Stores in New Jersey

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey residents work hard and play hard.
It's no wonder a personalized hot tub is such a popular
upgrade to Garden State backyards.

Bullfrog Spas Hot Tub Stores in New Jersey

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Allentown, NJ

 

Cayman Pools & Spas

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Deptford, NJ

 

Budds Pool Co. Inc

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Millstone Township, NJ

 

Barrett Outdoors

Bullfrog Spas, Hot Tubs Built for New Jersey

With it’s famous seaside scene, strong families and tight-knit communities, New Jersey is a great place to call home. The Garden State is famous for its micro landscapes and your New Jersey yard should be no less famous. Luxuriously styled and built to last, Bullfrog Spas are the perfect addition to any home and backyard landscape and the best hot tubs in New Jersey and anywhere.

 

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

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New Jersey Climate & Energy Quick Facts**

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Average

Rainfall

47.1 inches per year

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Average

Temperature

52.7° F

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Average Energy

Cost

15.6¢ per kw/h

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Per Capita Energy

Use Rank

15th 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.