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mint1955



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08/02/2009 17:13

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Where in the TRNC can I get some quotes for a hot tub/jacuzzi. Also need info re looking after them etc.



Sheila&Phil



SaraP


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08/02/2009 17:57

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I am looking for the same info as you mint1955. I do not have a swimming pool and i would def consider a hot tub. You can use it to cool down in the summer and still use it in the winter.A swimming pool you can only use in the summer unless of course you can afford to have a heated pool.



negativenick


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08/02/2009 19:12

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Sarah p - do remember that hot tubs are expensive to heat in the winter.



cyprusishome


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08/02/2009 19:17

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A friend has just purchased from Genc Yapi Market opposite Lemar at Karaoglanoglu.



Sorry do not know details but they supply an American machine.



BigBen


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08/02/2009 19:26

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There is a company owner John Torros, they are next door to Stringer Estate Agent. I do not have their details.

I will give them you email addreess, tomorrow.



clarets



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08/02/2009 19:54

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Botanica at Catalkoy is the best place.I bought a 5 birth one for 3000.Ask for Theresa Savage



jesusjon



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08/02/2009 20:48

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If you are looking for a hot tub you need to check what sort of insulation they have if they are not well insulated it will cost you a fortune to run.I have a 7 seater coast mountain spa manufactuted in Canada it has what they call full foam insulation,Which means when they have biult the tub plumbed it out etc apart from where all the pumps and valves are it is filled with insulation foam a bit like you would get when you have your wall cavity filled with expanding foam which also helps to prevent any leaks from joints.the best way to check how much power they will use heating the water is switch them off when upto temp for 24hrs then check the temp drop,switch back on and time how long it takes to come back upto temp. If you have 3kw heater and for example it takes 2hrs to come back upto temp then then the tub will use 6kw of power in 24hrs plus running of pumps but it is the heating of the water that uses most of the power if you switch them on and off to save power it will be



jesusjon



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08/02/2009 21:18

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cont never ready when you most want to use it. woops sorry about double posting.also the other thing to look out for is work out the amount of power the pumps will draw when they are all running if this comes close to what max power can be delivered then your heater probably wont heat the water while your in the tub and the water temp will soon drop.you need a supply of approx 22 to 32amps be careful of tubs that plug in with a normal type 15amp plug they wont cope with current demands if they have two pumps or more plus the heater element.advise you do some reseach on the net before you purchase a tub to make sure the tub you buy will do what you req.I have had my tub for three years now and wouldnt be with out it,in minus 5degrees outside it only drops 4degrees in 24hrs and is very economical it is on 24/7hope this helps you come to a decision, good luck.



Lozzo


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09/02/2009 09:40

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Try Mark Jehan - he has been importing America hot tubs for the last four years, and they come will a 2-year parts and labour guarantee (carried out by himself). 0533 848 3699 (cyprusjehan@yahoo.co.uk )



Mrwilson



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09/02/2009 10:11

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We had one in the UK and it cost around 4 pound per week to run, Try and get one with an Ozone Generator as this will kill all water born bugs. This is basically a uv tube the water passes by, you have to change the tube every 2 years.



mint1955



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10/02/2009 23:58

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Jesusjon, Could you give me the make and model of yours please. I could then look things up on the web.

Sheila



PIPIE


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11/02/2009 02:20

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Do these attract mossies ?



OLDGIRL



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11/02/2009 10:59

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Jesusjon

I would also like to know what model and make you have,you certainly know your stuff,thank you.x



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11/02/2009 11:02

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Hi trncc,



That link don't work.



mint1955



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23/02/2009 13:18

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Still looking for details of retailer in TRNC for Hot Tubs

SaraP did you get anything through.

Jesusjon can you help with detail of the one you have as you seem very knowledgeable.

Sheila&Phil



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