ICF stands for insulated concrete forms, which are blocks made of insulating foam or expanded polystyrene (EPS) that are used to build concrete walls. The foam provides insulation to help keep the hot tub water warm, while the concrete provides structural support and durability.
Happy New Year to my readers. It is that time again when we all re-evaluate our lives. We make our New Year’s resolutions and see if we can stick to them. We also plan what we want to achieve for the next year, in this case 2023 and that might include a DIY Hot Tub build.
Air Source Heat Pump Related, Support & Maintenance
Help! My Air Source Heat Pump Is Not Heating My Hot Tub!
Air Source Heat Pump not heating your Hot Tub? Read on. In this article I will cover some of the possible causes for this and hopefully, by the end of this article you will be able to resolve the problem yourself – without paying for someone to come out to take a look at it. Quite often, it is something simple.
Best ICF Blocks for Hot Tubs? – if you are looking for the answer then read on.
Whilst a little unwelcome in general this cold snap, it has provided a certain opportunity. The uncharacteristically cold weather has provided a prime opportunity to do some real-world testing with my Air Source Heat Pump in sub zero conditions.
Hot tub tiles – the perfect way to finish your DIY Hot Tub. I always think that DIY Hot Tubs look best when they are finished in tile. Yes, they are a more expensive finish than a painted surface, but well worth it in my humble opinion.
talk a lot about air source heat pumps on this blog and my YouTube Channel; in this post, we are going to review the Onda Mini Air Source Heat Pump. The Onda Mini Air Source Heat Pump is a way to save money on your hot tub running costs without the expensive initial outlay of cash.