Category Archives: Support & Maintenance

Everything you need to know about Salt Water System Hot Tubs

Everybody associates Chlorine with Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs. Mention the word Bromine and certainly most will know that it is an alternative too. Mention Salt Water and most will be none the wiser! If you have never heard of saltwater hot tubs, don’t worry, we’ll explain all!

Not only are these hot tubs extremely restorative and rejuvenating, but they are also a perfect option for people sensitive to pollutants found in traditional hot tubs.

They are therefore perfect for those who want to spend more time enjoying themselves and less time on maintenance. In this article, you will learn everything there is to know about saltwater system hot tubs.

The Ultimate Guide to Balancing Chemicals in your Hot Tub


Balancing Chemicals in your Hot Tub is key to clean, crystal clear and problem free water. In this blog post we are going to look at what a balanced set of chemicals look like and how we can resolve some common problems.

How to Clean a Hot Tub Filter Cartridge

Keeping that water clear and disease free is essential part of care and maintenance for our Hot Tubs. The Filter cartridge is a key element of this. The filter will trap all the small debris that is too small to be caught in the basket but large enough to make our water look murky and unappealing. In this post, we’ll look at a step-by-step guide on how to clean a filter cartridge.

How to Clean a Wooden Deck Around Your Hot Tub?

It’s that time of year again. Weather is starting to get better so it is time to think about cleaning the deck around your hot tub. That is what I plan to be doing this weekend so I thought that it would be quite fitting to write this week’s blog post on the subject. Before you get the power washer out, and blast the hell out of the wood, sit down for a few minutes, have a cold one and have a read of this blog post.

How to Fix a Leak in your Hot Tub

Af first, I thought that having to top up the tub up once a week was normal and it was just evaporating. This is not right, you should not have to top it up that often at all. If your water level is dropping, you have a leak. I had a leak, well, actually I had a couple. In this blog post we’ll look at just how to fix them.