Topstak sell and supplies everything you need to set up and operate your hot tub at home. Starting with our range of Hot Tubs from Arctic Spa, we also supply the relevant accessories to ensure your hot tub is as functional and safe as possible.
From steps and pumps to filters and chemicals (eg. chlorine and Salt), Topstak can make both the inside and outside of your hot tub safe to use, we sell a huge selection of hot tubs and accessories.
A full installation service is available in the South Wales area and we also, of course, deliver across the UK.
South Wales Hot Tub Showroom
Our showrooms offer the best way to see our hot tubs in person and learn more about the features and benefits of the various models. We are open all week and are happy to help with advice and consultations, so drop by or give us a call for more information.
At Topstak, we supply premium delivery and installation services for hot tubs in South Wales. From positioning your hot tub in your home to running through the controls, our team will be on hand throughout the entire delivery process, to guarantee your Arctic Spa hot tub is installed professionally and working efficiently.
This depends on what type of hot tub you are looking for and how it is constructed. Size, seating, and even options like sound systems can add more cost.
Our Arctic Spa range of hot tubs can cost from £5,350 (for the Otter) to over £12,000 (for the Summit XL).
The Novitek Spas range of hot tubs can cost from just under £6,000 (for the Luosto dual-lounger) to under £16,000 (for the Yllas 9 seater).
The Arctic Swim Spas range from over £17,000 (Athabascan) to over £23,000 (Wolverine).
While our beautiful range of Wood Fired Hot Tubs can start from £2,400 (The Glyme) to over £4,600 (The Wincombe).
How much does a hot tub cost to run?
The average running cost of a 2 pump Hot Tub will vary according to insulation, usage, and construction. You can expect an average of around £0.41 per day at 40 minutes use every day.
Will I need a crane, and how much do they cost?
The only time you would require a crane is when there is limited access to your property. Crane costs vary depending on where you are, how far the crane lift is, etc.. but the average crane cost is usually between £300 and £600. This can sometimes be more depending on your location, for instance, if a road needs to be closed off. Give us a call to discuss your details, we are happy to help.
Do I need to lay a concrete base for the hot tub?
For most of the hot tubs in the market, you will require a 6” poured concrete pad as they have no base at all (some have a thin plastic sheet tacked to a wooden frame). Arctic Spa hot tubs come with a Forever Floor® which completely eliminates the need for foundation materials like concrete, decking, or paving slabs. A concrete pad may be required for larger and All-Weather Pool models simply due to their size.
Do I need to plumb the hot tub in and how long does it take to fill up?
Most hot tub will not require plumbing in (such as the Arctic Spa models) as they are self-contained, portable units. The time it takes to fill up a hot tub really depends on your water pressure and the size of the tub, but on average it would be around 2-3 hours filling time.
What power supply do I need for a Hot Tub?
This depends on the size of the heater your hot tub has, and the number of pumps that run the tub. The power supplies range from 13amp, 16amp, 32amp, 40amp & 50amp. We can also re-program the motherboards to accept a lower amperage even if your electrics do not have the capacity.
Is the water difficult to maintain, and how often should it be changed?
Looking after your hot tub’s water is actually very easy, the most important part is to ensure you always have enough sanitizer (normally chlorine or bromine).
Arctic Spas have their very own automated, self-dosing system called Spa Boy®. So, no more testing with strips or having to top up with sanitizer.
Changing your water will depend on the usage of your spa but it is estimated that you should carry out a complete water change every 3-4 months.
How much will the filters & chemicals cost each year?
The average cost for chemicals and filters should be around £200 per year. This will, of course, vary depending on your usage and bather load.
Do I need to leave my hot tub turned on every day?
Yes it needs to be kept on. It is a false economy turning your spa off when its not in use. The water will start to cool and you will have to pay for that electricity again to heat it. Also, the water has to be thoroughly filtered and sanitised, which can only be done when the tub is powered up. By leaving your hot tub on it will maintain its temperature more efficiently, and it will also maintain crystal clear water more effectively.
Arctic Spa Hot Tubs and Swim Spas Range
Whether you want an evening alone in your hot tub, or you’re hosting a large garden party for friends, Arctic Spa have a hot tub for everyone, with their largest hot tub able to hold up to 9 people. With therapeutic jets and seats of varying depths, Arctic Spa’s hot tubs are designed to provide intense comfort and relaxation with every use.
In the Arctic Swim Spas, you can even practice your swimming as each swim spa is designed with large water areas for maximum movement. Due to their increased length, the Arctic Swim Spas are perfect for entertaining large groups, as each swim spa can host up to 14 adults. If you want a hot tub that can cater for exercise, relaxation and entertainment, the Arctic Swim Spas tick all the boxes.
Swim Spas (such as the Arctic Swim Spa range) combines the features of a hot tub and swimming pool, to create a space where you can both relax and exercise.
Much longer than a regular hot tub, each swim spa has been designed to allow you to swim and row within the confines of the tub.
If using an Arctic Swim Spa, you can turn the tether function on and simulate a swimming pool, allowing you to practice your strokes without traveling around the hot tub.
Health, Fitness and Hydrotherapy using a Hot Tub
Investing in a hot tub or swim spa can provide much more than mere relaxation.
The buoyancy of water can reduce tension and pressure on all areas of the body, including joints and muscles.
So hot tubs and spas are uniquely placed to provide soothing and effective physical therapy from your own home. This type of hydrotherapy can sometimes significantly reduce pain and promote healing.
It has long been known that swimming is a highly effective form of exercise, and recent advancements in home pools make it easy and affordable to swim at home.
You don’t have to forfeit your daily exercise routine just because you’re home. Swim Spas offer both cardio and physical therapy and a luxurious post-exercise experience.
Hot Tub Parts
Need a new pump for your Arctic Spa hot tub? Buying and replacing your hot tub pump has never been easier, as Arctic Spa have made their pumps suitable for installation in all of their hot tub designs. All you have to do is choose between single speed and dual-speed for your hot tub pump.
Keep your hot tub water quality clean and operating at a safe pH level, with our range of filters and chemicals. Available in either a Bromine or Chlorine formula, our Chemical Starter Kits are perfect if you’re looking to treat your hot tub for the first time.
Containing an instruction manual, test strips and a selection of treatment solutions, our Chemical Starter Kits can offer you step-by-step guidance on maintaining the chemical balance in your hot tub.