This is the best season to soak away the long summer months and prepare yourself for the holiday chaos. We’ve compiled our best articles to help you fall in love with your hot tub again.
Hot tubs are the ultimate relaxation machines, giving you so much, and asking for so little in return. Knowing how to maintain the spa is one thing, but here are 7, not so obvious, things you should never do.
Is your hot tub costing you more than you think it should? Even if it’s not, chances are, you can still save money by following these 5 simple tips.
What should you do when you see an error code on your hot tub spa topside controller? Here are the 7 most common codes and how to deal with them.
You are a good water chemist. You always maintain the pH, TA, hardness, and sanitizer levels. You shock the water after each use, and do a drain and refill every 3-4 months.
Sometimes though, that just is not good enough, and on occasion, your water gets cloudy. Maybe you get an oily scum ring at the water line as well. If so, it is time to try a good clarifier!
I get a lot of questions when it comes to measuring hot tubs for a new cover. And why not?
Even seasoned hot tub owners miss out on things that can make ownership easier. Here are 5 simple things you may not have heard about, plus a cheeky little bonus!
Hot tub owners will have to deal with a leak in their spa at some point. If you know what to look for, finding and fixing it can be a breeze.
Low pH and TA can irritate skin, so the first order of business is to get those levels where they belong.
Inflatable hot tubs have never been cheaper or easier to purchase, and many first time hot tub owners are jumping on the bandwagon. With prices starting at around $350, the question should be, are they really worth it?
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