Tuesday, 4 February 2020 | Jon Pennington
Have you ever thought that hiring someone to service your hot tub is a con / over priced? Then we would agree (for the majority). In the industry its called a "splash and dash", and for that experience you can expect to pay £200 plus.
This article explains when you do need an engineer, and how and when to service your own hot tub.
Bonus content: "hot tub jets", why you shouldn't take them out during a service.
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 | Jon Pennington
Arctic Spa Jet Upgrade to Stainless Steel
Lots of people would like shiny stainless steel jets in there hot tubs but can't always afford them, however we have managed to find a great replacement for Arctic Spa owners which lets them upgrade there hot tub jets to SS (Chrome), Click here to read more.
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.
1 CommentSaturday, 27 February 2016 | Jon Pennington
About Hot Tub Jets
One of the essential parts of a hot tub are the jets. Basically, this is what differentiates a hot tub from a mere bath tub. Water gets channelled from a pump and goes into the tub through these jets. Jets are hydrotherapy for hot tub users as they get to enjoy a massage just by sitting in the water.
Monday, 29 September 2014 | Jon Pennington
Hot tub jets direct a stream of water to desired parts of your body to provide a relaxing and / or stimulating experience. By varying the pressure and thus the quantity of water from the jets, you can obtain different massaging experiences. The neck and lower back, where muscles often get tense, are typical targets for the relaxing water massage.