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Welcome to the first installment of Hot Tub Hot Tips, our series designed to educate you on hot tubs so you can make sure you purchase the best model for your particular tastes and requirements. If you are buying a hot tub primarily for the therapy aspect – or more specifically, if you are looking for a great massage – than the part you should be looking at is the plumbing; everything from the pipes, the pumps, and the jets, as well as how those parts are arranged. Of course, most of that plumbing is hidden away, so for now we will just cover the parts you can see from the outside – the jets.
We are keeping our doors open during this epidemic in order to provide our customers with the equipment they need in order to maintain their pool and spa water. According to the CDC, well maintained water can inactivate or remove the COVID-19 virus. As a supplier of pool and spa supplies, we want to ensure that our customers have access to the sanitizers that can prevent you from being infected by a wide variety of biological agents.
When it comes to maintaining the water in your hot tub, nothing beats a good saltwater system. The added salt helps keep your skin smooth and youthful, while the reduced chemical load associated with saltwater systems actually increases the lifespan of your hot tub! For many, the question is not “Should I get a saltwater system”; it is “Which saltwater system should I get?”
If you are looking at getting a hot tub, the chances are that you’re only thinking about how great the massage will be. But did you know that a great massage is just one small function your hot tub is capable of offering? It turns out that taking a dip doesn’t just relax your body - it heals it as well.
Recently, we have heard that our competition has begun to sell spas that don’t require any chemicals to maintain. Amazed to hear that such hot tubs exist, we approached them to find out what they are doing to achieve that feat. You can imagine our surprise when we learned that the magical system they were using turned out to be Ozone — a system we have been selling on our spas for decades. But does adding Ozone to your spa really make your water maintenance that easy?
The best way to describe Microsilk is that’s it’s like an oxygen facial for your entire body. That’s not entirely accurate, though; it’s actually much more effective than an oxygen facial.
One of the most exciting new features to arrive in hot tubs is the new Microsilk® feature, available in select spas by Marquis, Artesian, and Coast Spas. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll be amazed at the results; you’re going to wonder how you ever lived without it.
Why did you buy a hot tub? For many people, it’s entertainment. They imagined living in a party house, complete with barbecue, beer and bubbles; splashing around in the water with the little ones and letting them see your playful side. Of having long, relaxing conversations with old friends.
Right now is generally considered to be the best time to buy a hot tub. To make that decision, many people like to go to their county fair. With the OC Fair going strong right now and the LA County Fair just around the corner, you know you’re knees deep into hot tub season.
While this is a question that only you can answer, we do have a few tips to make it easier for you.
If you’ve recently tried searching the internet to find a new hot tub, you’d probably come across a few places where you could purchase a spa online and simply have it delivered to your home. It looks like a great deal; you can’t be ripped off because it’s got the price straight from the manufacturer right on it. Best of all, you don’t have to bother with an annoying salesman!