Wood fired hot tubs are popular amongst purists that claim the combination of a wood hot tub and a wood stove ensures a relaxing hot tub soaking experience. Most wood burning hot tubs that are used in rural places have access to enough amount of wood. Certainly, it minimizes the operational costs of using a hot tub.
The wood burning hot tubs utilizes no electricity and there is no forced circulation system present on other jetted hot tubs. Instead, the natural principle of Thermosiphon is used in Northern Lights wood fired hot tubs.
Thermosiphoning is utilized for the circulation of volatile gases and liquids in both heating and cooling applications like water heaters, heat pumps, furnaces and boilers. By using Timberline wood hot tubs, the fire heats the water that rises slowly to the top part of the hot tub. The cold water is drawn into the heater to be heated simultaneously. This system offers a natural convection that requires no pump.
The Benefits of Wood Burning Hot Tubs
1. The external wood fired hot tub is present outside the tub. Presence of an internal heater consumes around one-third of the internal space that needs a much larger hot tubs to accommodate the same number of people like an external heater.
2. You can use a fully insulated cover as possible. A hot tub loses its heat from the top when the hot water rises. With the internal submersible heater, it’s really impossible to utilize a completely insulated cover for enough heat retention. Through a fully insulated cover, you can leave the tub in the morning and evening as the water temperature will be warm enough to have a hot tub without restarting the fire.
3. Through the submersible hot tub heater, the water level should be maintained within inches in order to protect the water heater from being exposed and melting. The problem starts when the bather overflows the hot tub. Now before the last person leaves the hot tub, a plenty of water is needed to be added so that the water level should be brought back to the operational level. Getting out the hose and adding cold water while the bathers stay inside the hot tub until the process is done.
4. Most internal heaters are equipped with a fencing system and a heater mounted to the floor. This makes cleaning the wood fired hot tub really difficult in the heater areas. In some circumstances, you have to disassemble protective fence in order to access the floor space that can more often trap leaves, sand and grass.
5. Providing fuel to hot tub from the outside means less debris remains in the hot tub. If you load wood over the hot tub water inevitably, it causes wood and ashes to land in the water that requires frequent cleaning. If you control the fire away from the hot tub, there is no debris particle that ends up inside the wood burning hot tubs.
Northern Lights Cedar Tubs specializes providing top quality wood fired hot tubs that feature the top grade Clear Western Red Cedar. The superiority to decay and the sweat aromatic fragrance has made cedar the number one choice for hot tub construction. For immediate purchase of wood burning hot tubs, please browse the website.