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Wood Fired Hot Tub

Soaking in a wood fired hot tub brings a uniquely relaxing experience packed with charm. Perfect for those who cherish traditional methods and the natural ambiance of wood fire, our hot tubs promise not only relaxation but an enchanting way to unwind in the comfort of your backyard or garden. Crafted from high-quality materials like Western red cedar, these tubs are designed to provide a luxurious spa experience, combined with the rustic appeal of a wood stove.

Choosing Your Wood Fired Hot Tub

When selecting a wood fired hot tub, consider size, material, and type of insulation. Our tubs, made from Eastern White Cedar and Thermowood, are renowned for their durability and natural insulation properties. Decide between a smaller, more intimate tub suitable for 2-3 people or a larger model that can comfortably accommodate more guests. Additionally, these woods offer superior insulation to pine and other materials, reducing the amount of wood needed to maintain temperature.

Wood Burning Hot Tub vs Electric Hot Tub

Energy Efficiency

Wood fired hot tubs are often praised for their energy efficiency. Unlike electric hot tubs, which rely on continuous electrical heating, wood burning tubs require only firewood, making them more ideally for off-grid living as well as sustainable and cost-effective over time.

Aesthetics and Experience

The sensory experience of enjoying wood burning hot tubs in the wild is unparalleled. The scent of burning wood, the sound of the crackling fire, and the sight of smoke gently rising from the chimney contribute to a therapeutic ambiance that electric tub's simply cannot match.

Heat Up Time - 60 - 90 minutes

The heating time for wood-fired hot tub generally takes between 60 to 90 minutes, depending on how hot or cold the initial water temperature is and outside weather conditions. The heat generated by the wood stove efficiently warms the water, offering a quick and natural heating solution. This process can be a relaxing ritual, allowing you to unwind as you prepare your soak.

Maintenance of Wood Burning Hot Tub Stoves

Maintaining your wood burning stove is essential for ensuring the longevity and safety of your wooden hot tub. Regularly cleaning the chimney and removing ash from the wood stove are crucial steps. It's also important to check for any signs of wear or damage to the wood structure, especially if your tub is made from cedar, which requires periodic treatment to maintain its resistance to moisture and decay.

Decision Factors for your Wood Fired Hot Tub

Choosing between thermowood and cedar hot tub depends on your priorities like durability, maintenance, aesthetic preference, and budget. Both materials offer unique benefits, so your choice will directly influence the character and longevity of your hot tub. Our Dundalk range are hand crafted in Canada while the SaunaLife hot tub is intentionally design for longevity by European sauna experts.

Whichever you choose, the rustic luxury of a wood fired hot tub will bring enormous enjoy many benefits. Not only does it enhance your home's outdoor space, but it also offers a timeless way to relax and rejuvenate, all while being kind to the environment.