Buckle up for an introduction to hot tub chemistry. At the heart of hot tub maintenance lies the rules of basic chemistry. Monitoring and maintaining chemicals in your hot tub…
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While closing a hot tub may not be the best decision for all spa owners, there is good reason in doing so. Depending on the volume of use your tub…
As fall and winter approach, many jacuzzi owners enjoy the comfort of their hot tubs while baring the chill of the colder months. To maximize the quality of comfort, you…
Draining your hot tub is key to making sure your hot tub is clean, balanced, and filled with fresh water. Draining your hot tub is a simple process. However, this process can be confusing to some. This article will be especially useful to those new to hot tub maintenance that might need a hand in figuring it all out.
Hot tub filters are incredibly important for your hot tub's health. These filters come in 3 styles that are highly comparable; sand filters, cartridge filters, and D.E. filters. Each of these offers distinct advantages and disadvantages.
Hot tubs and spas are a great luxury to have as a home owner. Almost nothing is more relaxing after a long day than soaking up in your hot tub with some friends. (Or a bottle of wine) With this being said, the temperature of the water you soak in is incredibly important.
Inflatable hot tubs are growing in popularity and can be a great alternative to solid side hot tubs. If you are a renter with a patio or yard space for a hot tub, want the flexibility to move your hot tub or only use it seasonally, then an inflatable hot tub could be perfect for you.
The weather is turning cooler, days are getting shorter. Time to time to think about putting away your inflatable hot tub! Most brands recommend putting away your inflatable hot tub once temperatures drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius).
Buying a hot tub is a big decision. There are many important things to think about during the buying process. This article contains helpful guidelines to ensure you buy the right hot tub that meets your needs.
The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals recommends free chlorine levels for both swimming pools and hot tubs be kept between 2.0 and 4.0 ppm. However, the Center for Disease Control recommends free chlorine stay above 1 ppm in pools and 3 ppm in hot tubs.