Whether you already own a hot tub or you’re interested in becoming an avid hot-tubber, The Spring is for you. Written by experts, our articles cover everything from hot tub shopping tips and side-by-side model comparisons to spa maintenance requirements and health and wellness benefits. There’s a lot to know about choosing and caring for your home spa, and this blog is your guide. Here, you’ll find articles on how hot tubs can relieve pain and stress, improve sleep, and whether it’s better to soak before or after exercise. For first-time spa owners, we also cover the logistics of owning a hot tub, such as how to choose the best installation location, how to handle maintenance and small repairs, and what monthly hot tub operations costs may be. Last but not least, you’ll find articles that include fun facts, such as The History of Hot Tubs.

Since producing our first spa in 1977, we’ve learned a lot about what matters in the world of hot tubs and what’s most important to our customers. We not only have the knowledge and expertise you can depend on— we manufactured our one-millionth hot tub back in 2011, after all—but also we believe that sharing our knowledge in detail is the best way to show you that we’re dedicated to your hot tub enjoyment. Happy hot-tubbing!

Tips for Your Next Hot Tub Date Night

It's Friday night. You promised that special someone a romantic date night but you've just sat in an hour of traffic and your back hurts. Getting gussied up to go out is the last thing you want to do. So skip the dinner and movie and head back to your Hot Spring hot tub for an ultra-romantic and relaxing date night that's sure to make your loved one feel special.

Sleep Better

Why do I sleep better after a soak in the hot tub? Many people struggle to wind down completely at the end of the day, in order to get a complete and restful night of sleep. In fact, in his groundbreaking book, Undoing Perpetual Stress, Dr. Richard O’Connor makes a solid case that the human brain and nervous system just cannot process the constant stress that most Americans absorb every day.