Hot Tub Spring Cleaning Tips

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in Backyard Maintenance, Hot Tub Maintenance, Showcase | 0 comments

Hot Tub Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring season has arrived which means it’s time your hot tub gets some spring cleaning. Maintaining a hot tub may seem like a task that requires professional assistance, however with these hot tub spring cleaning tips it will be  fast and easy to get your hot tub up and running for the warmer weather ahead. Purge your hot tub Before draining water from your hot tub, add purge agent into your tub. The purge agent will clean out the bacteria from plumbing lines. Drain your hot tub  Hot tubs should be drained once in every three months. Here are steps on how to drain a hot tub. First,...

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Testing Your Hot Tub Water Chemistry

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Hot Tub Maintenance, Showcase | 0 comments

Testing Your Hot Tub Water Chemistry

Testing your hot tub water chemistry is actually one of the simplest tasks to ensure your hot tub water is properly taken care of. The hardest part of this process is simply having the patience and the peace of mind to calmly collect your samples and follow the given instructions. There’s a simple, step by step method to make sure that your readings come out crystal clear and that you’re not working off of any misinformation. By keeping your hot tub water maintained you will ensure that your hot tub runs efficiently and prevent harmful bacteria from accumulating. To get started...

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Make Life Easier With A Hot Tub Cover Lifter

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in Hot Tub Maintenance | 0 comments

Make Life Easier With A Hot Tub Cover Lifter

If you are a hot tub owner, you know what a hassle it can be to remove your spa cover every time you want to get in or out of your hot tub. Although removing a spa cover can be a bit of an inconvenience, it’s an essential accessory for protecting your hot tub from debris and harsh weather conditions. A hot tub cover also insulates your hot tub, keeping heat in and energy costs to a minimum. To remove a hot tub cover quick and easy, it is recommended that you install a hot tub cover lifter. Why do I need a hot tub cover lifter? Hot tub covers can be bulky and cumbersome to handle every...

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Energy Saving Tips for Hot Tub Owners

Posted by on Feb 3, 2014 in FAQ, Hot Tub Maintenance, Showcase | 0 comments

Energy Saving Tips for Hot Tub Owners

Having a hot tub is perfect for relaxing after a hard days work, relieving stress or to have a get together with family and friends. Although having a hot tub can bring you many therapeutic benefits there is also the concern of an increase of energy costs. Many home owners across the North America understand that energy costs have been on a steady rise over the last couple years. Due to the increase of energy prices, homeowners are looking for ways to lower their monthly utility bill. Below is an infographic that illustrates energy saving tips for hot tub owners. Explore more...

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What to Know Before Buying a Hot Tub Cover

Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 in FAQ, Hot Tub Maintenance, Showcase | 0 comments

What to Know Before Buying a Hot Tub Cover

Buying a hot tub can be a pricey investment but the perks that come with it are well worth the price. Many hot tubowners look forward to relieving stress and ailments against the pulsating jets of a warm relaxing hot tub. With that in mind it is also a good idea to maintain your hot tub to ensure you can always enjoy its therapeutic benefits. A great way to protect your spa is to invest in a replacement hot tub cover. A spa cover is a great way to protect your hot tub from debris and harsh weather conditions. Not only will a hot tub cover protect your hot tub from damages but it will save you...

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Polar Vortex: Prepare Your Hot Tub for Winter Weather

Posted by on Jan 18, 2014 in Backyard Maintenance, FAQ, Hot Tub Maintenance | 0 comments

Polar Vortex: Prepare Your Hot Tub for Winter Weather

North America is now starting to thaw from the record breaking freezing temperatures that came with the recent polar vortex. Cold air from the Arctic hit most of North America, even reaching as far as the Gulf Coast. The frigid air blasted most of the continent, freezing Niagara Falls in the process. Many lives were disrupted by the extreme winter weather as flights were cancelled, schools closed and businesses temporarily shut down. It is estimated that there was around $5 billion in damages in the U.S. due to the wrath of the polar vortex. Home owners across the U.S. and Canada had their...

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