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The first thing that comes to mind when many people think of a hot tub is luxury. While that may be the case, hot tubs also have several health benefits to help you both physically and mentally. Here’s a list of the 4 top health benefits of hot tubs. Relaxation Okay... read more

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Winter is soon coming and it’s always best prepared. Your hot tub may have been sitting unused all Summer, and before you take a jump in when the weather cools down there are few ideas to think of to make sure it’s safe, sound, and ready for use. Hot tubs can easily... read more

How to Maintain Your Hot Tub Through the Summer

  It’s Summer time! No need to stop using your hot tub. But if the water is getting too warm, then make sure the temperature control is turned all the way down. The friction of the pump will tend to keep the water warm. If the water gets too hot, or your... read more

How to Take Control of Your Hot Tub Water Chemistry

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Testing for pH not just Chlorine

The water in your spa should be tested a minimum of twice a week, depending upon your usage of the spa. The critical test is for pH. The correct reading is between 7.2 to 7.6. How to use a chemical test strip (recommended for FL) You take a strip, and swish it in your... read more


The use of an Ozonator makes it possible to purify the water in your hot tub or spa without having to use harsh chemicals. An Ozonator is a separate piece of equipment that converts the oxygen (O2) in the air that we breathe into O3, (pure oxygen or heavy oxygen).... read more

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