The ULTIMATE guide to Hot Tub Lights in your DIY Hot Tub

Thin Hot Tub Light

You lift the cover on your DIY Hot Tub build. You can feel the heat rise, the steam hits your face. Your water is beautifully clear and the soothing colours gradually fade from red, to green, to blue, to white, ah bliss. The hot tub light, as with any “scene” really sets the ambiance so it is really important to get it right. In this blog post we are going to discuss how to install lighting into your DIY Hot Tub build. We are going to assume that you have built your tub out of bricks or concrete as we did in our own guide.

The Ultimate Review and Guide to Vian Power Spa Pack

Vian Power Spa Pack

Vian Power Spa Pack, what’s that all about? Vian is a brand that you might well associate with chemicals; they have been in the market for a long time. I actually use their products myself! So, with their first venture into this market with a full Vian Power Spa Pack and Topside Control, why should be be taking notice of this product? Let’s face it, there is no shortage of Spa Packs and Topsides on the market. In this blog post we will take a look into the Vian Power Spa Pack, what it is, the specifications, and ultimately, try and conclude if it is any good!

How to Clean Your Hot Tub with Baking Soda

Have you ever opened the lid to your hot tub only to discover you cannot relax and enjoy it as you had planned? Cloudy water, smells and biofilms prevent you from immediately stepping in. There is nothing more frustrating than having to unexpectedly clean your hot tub. As an owner, you realize that routine maintenance is necessary to avoid further complications; however, you wonder if there anything that can make the process easier and less time consuming. In this article, we will show you how to clean your hot tub with an everyday and inexpensive household product, baking soda.

The Ultimate Guide to All Things Hot Tub Pump


t’s amazing how little consideration you’re likely to give your Hot Tub pump when it works correctly. Arguably, this is the most critical part of your Hot Tub. Without it, you have just got a really large bath in your backyard! As it operates, it circulates the water in your tub. First, through the filter to clean it, then the heater to heat it and then eventually back into the Tub through your jets as the pressure builds.