Hot tubs are a place to relax. They help relieve pain and stress, that’s until your energy bill comes! With us all being home more, our energy bills are already higher than usual, so here are some tips to make your hot tub more energy efficient.
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Were you lucky enough to get a hot tub this holiday season? Whether it was a gift or a great Boxing Day deal, congratulations! Now we understand that it may be overwhelming at first, because lets be honest, you just want to jump in it and relax, but that’s what we are here for.
We've created a list of things you should know so that you can ensure the longevity of your hot tub and enjoy it to the fullest. Let us tell you, both are easy to do!
There are many reasons why we love our pool and spa, but the biggest reason is because of all the great health benefits. From swimming in your pool to relaxing in your hot tub, not only does it make you feel great, it’s also helping your body in ways you may not know.
During this difficult time of not being able to see family and friends, it's important we all focus on our mental health and wellbeing. For today's #WellnessWednesday, we think now is a great time to list some of the biggest benefits to both swimming and relaxing in a hot tub.
We want you to make informed decisions on the winterization of your swimming pool, spa or fountain. Here is information to help you decide if your pool is ready for winter.
With over sixty percent of pools experiencing an algae bloom each year, we’re here to help make sure you do all you can to prevent it. I mean no one wants algae in their pool! Threat of an algae occurrence is relatively high at this time of year and we want you to be prepared, preventing algae as much as possible.