What water care options get you as close as possible to a chemical-free hot tub?

Does a Salt Water System Make a Chemical-Free Hot Tub?

To prevent contamination of water in hot tubs, owners typically add a class of chemicals called halogens that include chlorine, bromine, and iodine. When mixed with water, halogens form weak acids that are very effective at killing bacteria and fighting viruses. They work as oxidizers that burn away organic compounds. However, these acids can also irritate the eyes and skin, which is why many people long for a chemical-free hot tub water care system.

Spend family time in your new Hot Spring hot tub in 2019.

New Spas from Hot Spring® in 2019

This year, use your time to take care of you, because your hot tub practically takes care of itself. Here’s what’s new from Hot Spring in 2019.

Family time in the Limelight Pulse

What’s New From Hot Spring® Spas in 2018

In 2018, Hot Spring updated its offerings by releasing three new hot tubs in the Limelight® Collection and refreshing two other models. Every aspect of the new Limelight collection was redesigned with the intention that each feature should not just perform its function, but do so with style.

Buying a hot tub like the LimelightⓇ PrismⓇ will bring joy to your everyday life

Salt Water Hot Tubs Vs. Chlorine: Which is Right For Your Family?

When buying a new hot tub, choosing a water care system that eliminates harmful bacteria and that is easy to maintain is vital. Learn how to decide whether a traditional chlorine purification system or a salt water system makes the most sense for your lifestyle.