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Shocking Your Hot Tub

Shocking Your Hot Tub

Shocking Your Hot TubOne of the best ways to keep your hot tub clean is to shock it. Treating your spa with a shock treatment helps get rid of any contaminants built up inside, so you’ll bathe in healthier water. Click here to keep on reading helpful instructions that...

Hot Tubs & Arthritis

Hot Tubs & Arthritis

Can a hot tub help with Arthritis?With a hot tub, arthritis sufferers are able to relieve muscle tension, stiff joints, and even severe pain. Therefore, if you or a loved one suffer from joint swelling and pain of any kind - not just osteoarthritis or rheumatoid...

How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub?

How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub?

How Long Does It Take To Heat A Hot Tub? If your hot tub is in good working order, the water will warm up between 3°C and 6°C per hour until it reaches the temperature you've set. Therefore, in general it usually takes your hot tub between four to six hours to heat up...

Chlorine Tablets or Granules?

Chlorine Tablets or Granules?

Which is Better? Chlorine Tablets or Granules It is very important that you use the right chemicals to keep your hot tub clean. Since chlorine is affordable, widely available, and easy to use, it is the preferred sanitiser for most users. There are two types of...

How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips

How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips

How To Use Hot Tub Test Strips Testing your hot tub water regularly and maintaining the proper chemical balance is an important part of owning a hot tub. Using a hot tub test strip is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get an instant reading of your hot tub...

In a hurry to fix your foamy hot tub?

In a hurry to fix your foamy hot tub?

In a hurry to fix your foamy hot tub? If you’ve got people coming over and need a quick fix for your foamy hot tub, a foam remover chemical will take care of the problem in minutes. However, this is a temporary solution that doesn’t treat the cause of the foam. Click...

Hot Tub Chemicals Guide

Hot Tub Chemicals Guide

Hot Tub Chemicals Guide Understanding hot tub water care can be a difficult concept to master. There is a fine line between using too many chemicals in hot tub water and using too few, which leads to different types of issues and problems. Click here to find out...

A Guide To Hot Tub Alkalinity

A Guide To Hot Tub Alkalinity

A Guide To Hot Tub Alkalinity Adding sanitiser to a hot tub won't work if its Total Alkalinity (TA) isn't within a certain range. Bacteria will soon take over your spa, and you won't be able to use it. Fortunately, maintaining your hot tub's Total Alkalinity isn't...

Hot Tub Regulations for Holiday Lets

Hot Tub Regulations for Holiday Lets

Hot tub regulations for holiday lets A lot of holiday let owners may not be aware that there are regulations to follow when it comes to hot tubs in their properties. What Spas blog post highlights the legal requirements for providing a good experience for guests, and...

Beginner’s Guide to Hot Tub Maintenance

Beginner’s Guide to Hot Tub Maintenance

Hot Tub MaintenanceIn order to keep your home spa clean, hygienic, and extend its lifespan, keeping a regular hot tub maintenance schedule is essential. Taking care of a few specific things will ensure that your hot tub is ready for use whenever you want a soak. Check...

Top 10 Most Amazing Rooftop Swimming Pools

Top 10 Most Amazing Rooftop Swimming Pools

Top 10 Most Amazing Rooftop Swimming Pools The next time you're looking for a place to stay, maybe take a look at the top 10 most spectacular rooftop pools in the world. The views from these places are absolutely breathtaking and will make your trip amazing. You'll...

Hot Tub Aromatherapy

Hot Tub Aromatherapy

Hot Tub Aromatherapy The best way to relax and unwind is with a hot tub. But what's better than a relaxing soak? A relaxing soak that smells amazing! Aromatherapy is a popular way to feel good. Whether it's the stress of work or the hectic pace of life, you can use...

Which is Better for You: All-Seater or Lounger Hot Tub?

Which is Better for You: All-Seater or Lounger Hot Tub?

Which is Better for You: All-Seater or Lounger Hot Tub? If you've been browsing hot tubs online or in your local showrooms, you've probably noticed that some models come with a lounger that resembles an underwater chaise longue. Unlike their all-seat counterparts,...

10 Useful Spatime Safety Tips for using your Hot Tub

10 Useful Spatime Safety Tips for using your Hot Tub

10 Useful Spatime Safety Tips for using your Hot Tub A hot tub is a perfect way to relax and connect with your family, but it's important to be safe. Learn about how you can enjoy the great benefits of home spas safely by reading these top ten SpaTime tips.  ...

Pool Floats for Dogs

Pool Floats for Dogs

Pool Floats for DogsEven if your dog isn’t a big fan of water, they’ll probably still love lounging around in the pool, and you know that they get hot just like we do, so rather than risking your favorite float from getting scratched or punctured by their sharp claws...

Unique Swimming Pool

Unique Swimming Pool

When you think of swimming, the last place that comes to mind is between two buildings 10 storeys off the ground. But Embassy Gardens’ 25-metre sky pool links two residential buildings in London's Nine Elms and makes for a swimming experience like no other. The sky...

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