Here are several tips on how to maintain your hot tub and also a recommandation if you live in Colorado. To keep detergent and soap residue out of your spa water, shower without soap before soaking in your spa, and instead of washing your bathing suit use the rinse cycle.
The only weekly hot tub maintenance chore is “shocking” the water with sanitizer. Whether you use chlorine or bromine, hitting your tub with an extra strong dose of the sanitizer once a week is an easy way to keep your water clear and crystal clean. Besides shocking your tub, other weekly maintenance rituals are specific to your water type and how often you use your spa. Foaming can be a problem if you use your spa regularly, and can be easily solved by pouring a small amount of foam reducer into the water once a week. And if you live in an area with high calcium or mineral content, you might want to hit your water with a de-scaling agent once a week as well. It will prevent mineral buildup in your pumps, hoses, and on the walls of the hot tub itself.
Advices for buying a hot tub : The vinyl hot tub is a low cost option with very few features. There are two types of vinyl spa: the cheap inflatable and the more expensive soft-sided spa. Inflatable hot tubs are a short-term option for those looking to have a hot tub for one to two seasons. With just bubbles and no real massage action, don’t expect much more than a blow-up kiddy pool.
This spa care tip is so often forgotten. However, if the skimmer starts to suck air, it could possibly damage the pump. The water level should be in the middle of the skimmer intake or a little higher. You don’t want it too high, and you never want to overflow the spa, so keep a close eye on the water level while filling.
Speaking of regular spa care, a full cleaning of the waterline and surfaces can be done when the spa is drained, which should happen every 2-4 months. Just be sure not to use any old household cleaner or soap. If you are going to use any chemical on your spa surfaces, use something like our Spa Cleaner to keep out phosphates, nitrates and who knows what else. See more info on Best Hot Tub Repair Service in Colorado.
Surge protection- to ensure that your hot tub is not damaged by major storms or residential power surges. Temp Heating solutions- in the event of a heating failure freezing temperatures can destroy the entire plumbing system. We offer external temporary heat to ensure further damage is not done.
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With an environment that revolves around Relaxation and comfort, your maintenance and service requirements should also be stress free. We handle all your needs, from weekly cleanings, to large repairs. Every step of the way we will keep completely up date and in the loop. Fortunately, we do not have a large physical location, that means you receive professional service without the retail price. Due to many service companies only working on models they sell and/or being behind schedule, your hot tub could sit for weeks without service. Because of this, your issues could become more costly. Freezing temperatures over this time can also potentially destroy a hot tub. Read more info on Hot Tub Services and Repairs in Colorado.