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Booking Information for Hot Tub Hires
HGS hire hot tubs do get booked up quickly over the summer months and over the Christmas and New Year period, so to avoid disappointment it is advisable to book as far in advance as you can.
We don’t offer an online booking system, so please complete the enquiry form on the Contact page with your preferred dates and we will get straight back to you to confirm availability. Alternatively, please call us on 01344 774548 or 07749 863650 to check availability for the dates you require.
A £50 deposit is required to secure booking and the balance due before delivery.
Bookings can be cancelled with a full refund if notice is given at least 14 days prior to hire.
Bookings cancelled or changed within 14 days of the hire will incur a 50% charge.
50% will be refunded by the same payment method you used when you made the booking.
Hot Tub Hire Charges
Weekend – £240 inc chemicals + delivery charge
Week – £290 inc chemicals + delivery charge
Free Delivery for Local Hires
HGS Hot Tubs are located in Sandhurst in Berkshire GU47 8PL and we will delivery your hot tub FREE OF CHARGE if you live within a 5 mile radius.
We will travel approximately 15 miles for hot tub hires, and the towns in our Delivery Zone can be served at the standard delivery cost of £30.00.
Delivery costs are based on the driving distance from GU4 8PL to delivery location.
We hope that you will take good care of the hot tub whilst it is in your garden, but we understand that sometimes accidents do happen.
We will require a £250.00 damage deposit to be made at the time of booking and/or delivery.
Should the hot tub be returned with no damage, then we will refund the deposit in full on the day of collection once the hot tub has been checked.
Should damage have been incurred, this will be assessed on the day and the repair cost will be deducted from your deposit. Should the repair costs amount to more than £250.00, then no deposit refund will be provided. This is the maximum you will be required to pay for damage.
The hot tub will require a dedicated 240 volt, RCD protected electrical circuit that is hard wired to the mains supply. Extension cords and plug-in type connections must not be used.