Some may call it national pride and Donald Trump may even tax companies who try to do business in Mexico or China rather than the States, but here at Hot Tub Outpost, we try to offer a wide selection of American made hot tubs, infrared sauna and spa parts.
When it comes to infrared saunas, the main line of Therasauna is the only infrared sauna manufacturer we are aware of that is 100% made in the U.S.A. These quality saunas are built in Iowa and use U.S. made heaters and components. Most infrared saunas on the market are made in China or Korea. Get an American built quality infrared sauna with a patented control system that maintains infrared output constantly. Not a cheap thermostat that shuts off when the cabin reaches temperature, forgoing any benefit of infrared technology.
Choose from the Hot Tub Outpost brand spas or QCA Spas made in the good ole’ U.S.A. by American workers (all legals).
When it comes to spa parts, we offer American brands like Balboa and Waterway. Therm Products is a great quality heater manufacturer and hot tub ozonators are made by Del Ozone and other American brands. Oh beautiful for spacious skies and hot tub parts and supplies made in America!
Some companies (especially in the infrared sauna space) try to put American names on their products, but end up importing part or all of them from China.
Even the wood which can contain toxins, is a sore spot when it comes to infrared cabins. The Therasauna main line of saunas uses Aspen wood from North America (that is not allergenic like some of the other woods such as cedar or even hemlock).
Martha Stewart isn’t the only one wanting to make products in the U.S.A. Americans have suffered a poor economy and job losses. Even though jobs are coming back, the real unemployment number is alot worse with many Americans removing themselves from the workforce and trying to go it alone.
Sometimes American built may cost a little more, but quality has its price and there are American workers and materials behind each and every U.S. made product.
Want a little math lesson? Let’s say 300,000,000 Americans reallocate only 1 dollar a day by spending 1 dollar less on foreign-made goods and 1 dollar more on American-made goods. That comes to $30 per month, per person. After one year, that adds up to $109,500,000,000. What could the real, productive American economy do with an extra $109.5 billion? How about 2,737,500 new jobs paying $40,000 per year?
So buy American at companies that value home-grown technology – from Hot Tub Outpost.