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Excellent Hot Tub Weather in the Forecast

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Bullfrog Spas, Hot Tubs Made for Cold Weather

This weather forecast says “hot tub weather” may be here to stay in the foreseeable future. So, with the impending apocalypse happening this week we thought we’d share some of the reasons Bullfrog Spas will be your go-to energy saving hot tubs for post apocalyptic relaxation. Read more below…hot tub weather

Bullfrog Spas have the JetPak Therapy System. Because JetPak Technology keeps the spa plumbing inside the hot tub and immersed in warm water, heat stays in the water and isn’t lost the the outside environment. JetPaks also provide incredible hydrotherapy that you can personalize to your liking, an important feature to help you relax in a stressful post-apocalyptic world.

Bullfrog Spas are full-foam insulated. This means that the heat inside the hot tub is not able to work its way out of the hot tub and into the outside air. This is especially important with average daily temperatures of -50 degrees or more.


Bullfrog Spas have top quality hot tub covers. Bullfrog’s spa covers are made to fit so perfectly that they actually create a seamless seal that suctions to the spa lip. This means no heat can escape from the spa water into the air. Also, it is comforting to know that, with a quality Bullfrog Spas hot tub cover, your spa is secure. No un-dead zombies, cockroaches, polar bears or other post-apocalyptic critters can get in.

Since weathermen and ancient prognosticators are never wrong it will be wise to pick up your Bullfrog Spa today. Locate your local Authorized Hot Tub Dealer and stop in on your way to the bunker supply store. Good luck!

Jake Ricks

AUTHOR - Jake Ricks

Jake Ricks is the Marketing Director for Bullfrog Spas. In addition to his efforts in marketing leadership roles, Jake has been published in a variety of publications with topics that include the pool and spa industry, outdoors, digital marketing, and content marketing. Jake's passion is fly fishing, bird dogs, and living life outside. When possible he guides on local waters, competes in fly fishing events, designs new fly patterns and is a regular contributor to outdoor blogs and periodicals.

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