Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | Jon Pennington
Hot Tub Water: Why Does it Need “Chemical Treatment?”
In the case of a bath tub, you just fill it with water to the warmth you want, take your bath and then let the water drain out. Typically, you don’t bother to treat the water in any way. In the case of hot tubs, however, you have to take the trouble of treating the water with different chemicals. Why this difference?
A hot tub typically accommodates more than one person at a time. It is more a place to relax for longer periods rather than just take a quick bath. Often, it is used for therapeutic purposes, to get relief from aches and pains through a hot soak and a therapeutic massage provided by the jets built into the hot tub.
Saturday, 28 September 2019 | Jon Pennington
Hot Tub DIY Winter Clearance and News Letter 2018
Here is the latest news from Hot Tub DIY regarding products, changes pricing and politics that may effect you if you have waterway jets, Balboa control systems or repairs that you need to fix. Its a copy of an email that was sent out to customers and may include useful hot tub information.
Monday, 19 January 2015 | Jon Pennington
Hot tub Lights can be fun.
If you need something to brighten up your hot tub then can we recommend the following light show with fountain, it simply shines lights into the bottom of the hot tub, spa or pool and produces a fountain of water out the top.
Tuesday, 4 February 2014 | Jon Pennington
What can you expect from a luxury spa? Let us look at a few features that such spas offer.
One model is designed in a way that provides a dramatic waterfall effect with the cascading water flowing over your shoulders as you relax in the tub. The tub is also shaped along unique lines that shout luxury.