What is the best way to heat my DIY Hot Tub? This is a question that many people ask about their hot tub. In this blog post, we will discuss various ways to do just that. We will look at the advantages and disadvantages of each method.
Category Archives: Support & Maintenance
There is literally nothing more frustrating than rocking up at your Hot Tub to find that it is not working. You’ve been thinking about it all day, you lift the lid, turn on the jets, switch on the blower and nothing. It’s not working! You’re stood there scratching your head. In most cases, problems with Spa Blowers are easy to fix. In this blog pos we’ll aim to cover some of the potential problems and how to fix them.
When maintaining a hot tub, it is important to keep it in excellent condition, as this prevents water problems, the need for expensive equipment, and solves any other issues that may arise.
Are you a new hot tub owner and wondering how to get started? The following 7 steps have been written to assist you in properly setting up your tub. By following these, you will ensure your tub is set up correctly and is safe to enjoy.
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.
DIY Hot Tub Building, Plumbing Related, Support & Maintenance
The Ultimate Guide to Hot Tub Heaters and All Things Heat Related
If you are a new Hot Tub owner or a seasoned Hot Tub pro, heating a Hot Tub is probably, I’ll rephrase that, definitely, going to be a priority. A Hot Tub with no heat is, after all, is just a tub!
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.
This is probably the easiest part to detect a leak. There are really three places that a filter can leak. The unions that attach it to the pipe. Like with the pump unions, check they are tight and check for the rubber gasket that is inside
Winterizing your hot tub? It’s getting to that time of year again. Summer seems a distant thing of the past. The trees are starting to change colour and the temperature has dropped. For me, this is a great time of year as it is when my own Hot Tub really comes to life. I love being outside and it prolongs the use of the garden. We use our Hot Tub all year round, however, some of you will be packing it up for the winter. In this post, we are going to look at the steps you need to take.
So you have emptied and cleaned your Hot Tub and patiently waited for it to fill up. You’ve scrubbed. You’ve cleaned. You’ve flushed solution after solution through the jets and now you can’t wait to get back into that tub.