Here’s how to spot if your hot tub’s chlorine levels are too high – and three quick, easy, and affordable ways to lower them if they are.
Protecting your hot tub investment is vital to ensure it gives you long and trouble-free service for the enjoyment of all the family. To the uninitiated, hot tub water care sounds a little daunting. Fear not, as all WhatSpa? Approved dealers are very well versed in providing initial and ongoing customer training to ensure that you are 100% confident in looking after the water in your fabulous new hot tub. Hot tub water care shouldn’t take you more than than 30 minutes a week once you’re up to speed, so read our maintaining a hot tub articles to discover how to look after your hot tub and ensure crystal clear hot tub water.
Head on holiday without prepping your hot tub and it will be a headache to sort out. Keep your spa in ship shape by following these simple steps.
Turning your hot tub down when you’re not using it will save you money, right? Not exactly. Find out how to really reduce your hot tub running costs.
Which is better: chlorine granules or tablets? The fact is that both come with their own pros and cons. Read on to find out which is the best option for you.
Most hot tubs take between four and six hours to heat up – but you can speed that up by following the tips we’ve laid out in this short guide.
This edition is full of spa reviews as well as top tips on buying, owning and maintaining your very own hot tub.
Don’t buy a hot tub or swim spa without it!