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    Anybody have an recommendations for where I could get a Jacuzzi in the LR area?

    By get I mean buy not just go use

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRDreamer72 View Post
    Anybody have an recommendations for where I could get a Jacuzzi in the LR area?

    By get I mean buy not just go use

    cheers,
    Roy
    LR??? La Romana?

    Ferreteria Americana has them in Santo Domingo, they deliver across the whole country.




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    I asked myself the same but for the Puerto Plata zone

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    What must be the light bill to get all that hot watter.

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    The best company is called Zodiac Baths, they are based in Santo Domingo but supply jacuzzis anywhere on the island. They supply a lot of hotels and resorts. They actually make the jacuzzis and have a big factory where they will show you a lot of models. The factory is close to Carrefour in Manoguayabo, it's not a great area but they have secure parking. Zodiac quotes for manufacture, and then they have guys who contract for them who will quote you separately for installation. In total mine was about RD$ 100,000 plus about RD$ 10,000 installation. I had a lot of trouble with a jacuzzi and I was recommended to them, and they have been excellent. The company is Zodiac Baths, but their website is www.zodiacbath.com (without the s). You can get their brochure online (I just checked and the Spanish site is working but not the English).

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    Quote Originally Posted by yacht chef View Post
    What must be the light bill to get all that hot watter.
    Use propane! And a perfect opportunity to install a solar panel!

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    and load up on the yeast infection drugs !!

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    also http://www.aquatech.com.do/ with the catalog here http://www.aquatech.com.do/catalogo.pdf

    and

    http://www.hydromasajesamerica.com/ with the catalog here http://www.hydromasajesamerica.com/w...es-America.pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by TropicalPaul View Post
    The best company is called Zodiac Baths, they are based in Santo Domingo but supply jacuzzis anywhere on the island. They supply a lot of hotels and resorts. They actually make the jacuzzis and have a big factory where they will show you a lot of models. The factory is close to Carrefour in Manoguayabo, it's not a great area but they have secure parking. Zodiac quotes for manufacture, and then they have guys who contract for them who will quote you separately for installation. In total mine was about RD$ 100,000 plus about RD$ 10,000 installation. I had a lot of trouble with a jacuzzi and I was recommended to them, and they have been excellent. The company is Zodiac Baths, but their website is www.zodiacbath.com (without the s). You can get their brochure online (I just checked and the Spanish site is working but not the English).

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    No all jacuzzi come with a water heater - anyway we are in a hot country

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    Quote Originally Posted by MpJuly View Post
    No all jacuzzi come with a water heater - anyway we are in a hot country
    Exactly - we have a Jacuzzi brand jetted tub, and opted out of the heater.




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