Yeap, only way to go. Same info I have experinced when we search for ours.Originally posted by BajaRunner
you can wire it 220 and still keep it hot all the time. mine is wired that way. the electrician says its cheaper, plus it heats up faster. if you run it 110 (again this is on mine) when you turn on the jets, the heater stops, it cant run both at the same time. if you have ever been in one when its cold, they cool off after a little while. ive got a morgan. dont know how they are compared to the others, but i like it
We bought a Sundance 10 yrs ago and it is a high quality. Solid insulation. The less expensive ones from Lowes or such are more of the blanket insulation stapled to the side panels. Bottom is open. Not as efficent, but alot cheaper in $$.