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22Mar
22Mar

Hot Tub Filter Cleaning

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Most hot tub owners should already know the importance of cleaning their spa filters regularly and thoroughly, however we feel this point needs reinforcing to spa owners across the country. We regularly get calls from new and experienced hot tub owners who are experiencing such messages as "LF", "FLO" and "SNS". These problems are all related to flow issues that are 95% of the time caused by dirty filters.

Some companies are poor at after-sales service, with some even sub-contracting their own servicing and repairs to other companies. This results in customers being misinformed of the key processes involved in owning a hot tub, one of which is the cleaning of cartridge filters. The "grab and run" sales technique is damaging to the lifespan of many hot tubs, as proper maintenance techniques are not suggested. Although filter cleaning may be as simple as soaking the filters once every two weeks, we feel better routines are needed to ensure your hot tub stays in good condition for years to come. Below we have outlined a few cleaning routines/techniques for differing lifestyles.

21Mar
21Mar

Recommended Hot Tub Care Maintenance Routine

This guide has been written with the view of making you hot tub water extremely safe, you may find some guides online that are less stringent. However, we recommend that this guide is followed as to make sure all risks involved with water care will be reduced to a minimum, so that you and your family can enjoy your hot tub in safety.

In essence this is a Hot Tub care guide for Dummies!

18Mar
18Mar

It might seem like an obvious question at first but it regularly confuses new hot tub owners. Most hot tub control systems have a maximum of 40º C and freeze protection that kicks in when the hot tub senses the water going below 6.7º C, which initiates the pumps and blowers to prevent the water from freezing. These are simply the boundaries that your hot tub temperature can be within, leaving it down to you to decide what you actually prefer.

Some Like it hot!

The maximum temperature of a hot tub is 40º C for safety reasons and any hot tub that goes above this is not fit for use. Some hot tubers will like to bathe in 40º water and within an hour or so of use on a cold night, the temperature will drop to around 37.5º, so this is reasonable.

We have noticed throughout the years that women tend to like the temperature slightly hotter,  usually around 38/39º C. When delivering a hot tub, we usually leave the customer with the temperature set to 38º C, this is more comfortable to get in than 40º C and allows for a slight temperature drop whilst the hot tub is in use.


Health Precautions

Firstly it is important to consult you doctor if you unsure whether hot water could affect you. Pregnant women should avoid hot water as it can damage the fetus. Also people with heart conditions or high blood pressure should not use a hot tub at higher temperatures. If you are in doubt, contact your doctor.

14Mar
14Mar

Energy Efficiency

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Energy Efficiency Hot tubs are a great addition to the garden or patio area, but like many large machines you can’t help but wonder how much energy it will use. If you are a current hot tub owner you probably already considered energy efficiency when making your purchase, but there is always more you can do to maximize the efficiency of your tub. If you are a prospective buyer for a hot tub, then you should know a little bit more about energy efficiency before making a purchase. The cheapest hot tub options seem alluring, but the cheap options often lack the energy efficiency you need to keep an electric bill down with a hot tub. If you go with the cheap option, the hiked price of your electric bill may completely cancel out the savings. Here is a break down of the factors in production and the after market factors that help maximize energy efficiency.

09Mar
09Mar

Hot tub history can go back to ancient times. The modern hot tub we know with jets and filtration and lights, is far from the original hot tubs of history. Lets take a look at where it all began.

03Feb
03Feb

adding foam to a hot tub?

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Adding foam to a hot tub?

24Jan
24Jan

Our new hot tub launch!

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Our new milan hot tub launches today.

23Jan
23Jan

Improved Sanctuary hot tub

Our Sanctuary hot tub is new and improved, see the new design at http://www.superhottubs.co.uk/sanctuary-hot-tub

21Jan
21Jan

hot tub sale!

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We're having a huge hot tub sale this month, with up to 50% off all models. For more information see hot tub sale.

20Jan
20Jan

Best hot tub

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How to buy the best hot tub in the world? For more information go to best hot tub

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