Hot tubs have long been a popular way for people to relax, relieve stress, and soothe sore muscles. But with the high cost of purchasing and maintaining a hot tub, it’s no wonder many are exploring alternative options. From affordable, portable options to free and natural alternatives, there are plenty of options available to those looking for a similar spa-like experience.
For those of you who have not heard of Spatex, it is one of the largest trade shows in Europe for the wet leisure industry. This week, I had the pleasure of attending, catching up with some suppliers and manufactures and chatting about all things hot tub and pool related. In this article, I will share some of my findings.
There are quite a few hot tubs out there that run on a single pump. If you have a 13A hot tub then this is going to be you. The dual speed pump controls the filtration as well as the jets. However, with the cost of electricity prices rising, you may be looking to reduce your bills with the use of an Air Source Heat Pump.
However, if you are not sure whether you can use an Air Source Heat Pump with a dual speed hot tub pump then read on – I will let you into a secret – YOU CAN!
Can I use a sand filter on my DIY Hot Tub? This is one of the questions that I get asked a lot so in this article we are going to explore everything you need to know. I’ll let you into a secret, the answer is yes, but there are some exceptions.
Is my Hot Tub Compatible with An Air Source Heat pump?
Yes, your hot tub will be compatible with an air source heat pump. The compatibility, however, may be a little different to what you were originally thinking.
In this article, I will explain exactly why.
PSOL and PSOH Errors are common on the ACC Spa Packs. Firstly, this is not something to worry about, usually there is an easy fix. In this article, I will explore the common reasons for these errors and explain how to fix them.
One of the things that I often get asked about is using Ozone on a Hot Tub. In this article I am going to explain why you don’t need Ozone on your Hot Tub and what a better alternative is.
If you are wondering what the differences are between a commercial hot tub and a domestic one then read on. Whilst they may seem similar, there are some pretty distinct differences. Without trying to go into too much detail, this article will try and give you an overview of the main differences.
I want to build a hot tub – where do I start? If this is you then read on. In this article I will try and give you all the information you need to think about if you want to build a hot tub but do not know where to start.
The last thing that you want when you have either just finished building your own DIY Hot Tub or you have just installed a brand new hot tub is that it doesn’t heat. Hopefully, this article will give you some insight of the kind of things to check for.
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