Sunnyvale, CA (PressExposure) October 23, 2011 -- A cozy hot tub on a cold, snowy day sounds inviting, but the cost to keep the water warm may not. Sundance Spas, an internationally recognized leader in the hot tub industry, earlier this year introduced a new line of energy efficient luxury spas that offer new weather-proof extras for winter.
As the most energy efficient in their class, the Sundance® Victoria and Constance models are designed with an exclusive insulating system. Sundance's engineers have taken the renowned Sundance RigidBond construction and full-foam insulation to the next level in energy savings with an additional thermal layer.
"These new Sundance hot tubs are built with energy-saving extra insulation and increased weather-resistant materials," says William Smelley, senior director of marketing. "These spas keep the water warm more efficiently, while standing up to harsh weather."
These spas are the first in the Sundance hot tub product line to offer the optional SunStrong hot tub cover made of premium Sunbrella® outdoor-furniture fabric, which lasts twice as long as vinyl. The covers offer superior heat retention and energy efficiency, and they are lighter in weight. The new VersaStep spa step option exclusively for the Victoria and Constance spas includes a detachable handrail with a durable, weather-resistant steel frame. The handrail enables safer entry and exit from the spa - helpful when trying to get in or out of a spa quickly in chilly weather.
With shorter winter days, the exterior LED lighting option can make a Sundance hot tub more inviting after dark. The lights offer low-profile illumination outside the spa, and include an automatic dusk sensor.
Besides energy efficiency and helpful amenities, the Victoria and Constance hot tubs feature distinctive luxury styling and sophisticated details, such as furniture-look cabinetry. Built for use year 'round, these energy-efficient Sundance hot tubs also introduce improved durability and ease of use for the winter months.