Create a healthy routine that lets you balance work, family, and your own personal well-being, with a little help from your hot tub.
Conserving water in your spa doesn’t involve much work. It just requires regular care and maintenance, a bit of forethought, and some minor common-sense adjustments to your spa habits. Try these easy hot tub water conservation tips to get started today.
A durable, custom-fit spa cover and other hot tub accessories will protect your spa from rain, snow, sunlight, sleet, and hail.
A spa that's well maintained can last a decade or longer. Here's everything you need to know about hot tub maintenance and service, and the manufacturer's warranty.
Does a hot tub add value to your home? It depends. A spa’s value is truly experiential. For spa owners, a warm soak only steps away from their door is priceless.
After a series of open houses, offers, and counteroffers, you’ve finally closed on a new house that you love. Congratulations! All that’s left to do now is move your things and start a new life in the home of your dreams. You’ll also find out who your best friends are—they’re the ones who will show up on moving day.
When it comes to the safe enjoyment of your hot tub, pure, clear water is a must, but many first time spa owners have trouble knowing how to balance water in a hot tub. These products will help owners experience worry-free water care.
A hot tub can separate your rental property from others in the area. It’s novel for guests who don’t own their own home spa, and familiar to guests who use their own hot tub daily. Learn how owning a quality spa can bring in more guests and allow you to raise your rental rates.
Draining, cleaning, and refilling your hot tub before you go on vacation or after seasonal use is simple and pretty fast, depending on the size of your spa. The entire step-by-step process should take only about two and a half hours.
Discover all of the ways to use your hot tub in the summer, including how CoolZone technology from Hot Spring can cool your spa to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. When you crave a cool dip on a sweltering day, but don’t have ready access to a swimming pool or beach, your hot tub can come through for you.