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Archive for February, 2014

Spring Spa Patio Decorating Ideas

February 27th, 2014 by

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Hi, it’s me Gina again – this time with some tips on sprucing up the patio area when spring returns to your area.

After a long, cold winter, my patio looks barren and grey. Piles of leaves rustle in the corner, next to dead potted plants and there’s a pile of firewood, and the old exercise bike I moved out last fall.

My patio would never win the cover of BHG, but after months of neglect, it’s time to clean it up! To start, a mix of tall potted plants and ornamental grasses. The large blank wall is crying for some outdoor art, and large coat hooks for robes and towels.

 

Nothing brings clean like a power washer, and to be honest, they’re kind of fun to use! The hardest part is moving everything out of the way, and sweeping everything up before you begin. If your patio has a low spot like mine, start there first, as water will begin to puddle there later, or use a push broom to keep dirty water from standing. Don’t use any detergent, as things get sudsy real fast, just good old water. If you don’t have a pressure washer, you can rent one for the day. In my area the rental cost is around $80/day, so I talked my neighbor into going in on it for halfsies, plus he has a pickup truck!

Patio Surfaces

Look at the surfaces of your patio, you have a floor surface, probably at least one wall surface, and possibly some sort of ceiling. Changing just one of those surfaces with new surface materials, can really change the entire look.

For the wall, you could add paneling or other texture on the bottom half of the wall. You can add a wall, if you wanted more privacy or a wind block around the spa.

For the ceiling, could you re-imagine it with fabrics or lighting, or if you have no ceiling, consider adding an inexpensive pergola structure, or harem tent!

On the floor, you can add color to your patio by painting bare concrete any number of earth tones, or if you have stampcrete or kool deck finish, rejuvenating with a new sealer coating. Adding elements of wood and stone are wonderful around a spa, if you have a little budget to spend.

Plants

For me, that’s what will really bring my patio to life, is when I make my spring purchase of hanging plants, herbs and tropicals, and bring out some house plants that have spent the winter inside. Don’t tell anyone, but I also make use of some fake plantery around my spa. A few plastic plants and climbing vines are placed strategically among live plants to help fill in bare spots. Plants are essential for me, to create my ‘tropical spa’ motif, lol.

Lighting

Patio lighting is usually pretty basic when they build a house, maybe a 60 watt bulb in a glass and brass wall sconce. Ugh. Rope lighting is a cheap way to add some soft glow around your spa, or above your spa. Other unique lighting features can be added around the spa, or further out in the backyard, to gift depth to your view. Candles are also nice to use around the spa, if you really want to set a mood, or tiki torches for a more festive atmosphere.

Here’s some photos of some great patio decorating designs, with spas or hot tubs. Maybe one of these will inspire your own spa patio makeover!

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Spa Maintenance & Safety for Rental Home Hot Tubs

February 24th, 2014 by

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Do you own or operate a rental cabin or B&B with a hot tub for the guests to use? If so, you know that a spa can significantly increase the appeal of the property for renters, but that it also brings with it another layer of maintenance in between guest stays.

My husband and I have had a mountain home near Mammoth Lakes, Ca that we rent out when we are not using it, through a rental agency. Over the past 15 years, I have many stories to tell about our little mountain spa.

Like the time we found broken champagne glasses in the bottom, or the time we discovered it missing nearly 1/3 of the water, or the many times we have found it left uncovered, cranked up to the max and low on water.

Here’s a list of ways to improve management of your rental home hot tub, and reduce surprises and potential conflicts with your guests.

Signs

I’m a big believer in signs all around the house – small, tasteful signs that I print up and laminate. Here’s a sample of some useful signs around your spa:spa-rules-sign

  1. Spa Rules – Standard sign warning of potential health dangers.
  2. Spa Operation – Custom sign telling how to remove cover, turn on jets, air, heater, lights. How to add water if needed. How to shock if needed.
  3. Spa Closing – Sign by the door, reminding users to turn off the spa, replace the spa cover and latch it securely.
  4. Spa Heating – Tips on spa heating, troubleshooting checklist of simple fixes for the spa temperature.

 

Equipment

In order to be sure that our spa stays as sanitary as possible, we have a small inline brominator installed under the skirt, an ozonator, and we use a mineral stick. In most cases this amount of overkill is not needed, but it can be a little insurance against the occasional group of guests that really push sanitation to the limit, with heavy spa use.

The spa filter cartridge should be replaced every 6 months in a heavily used spa, or at least that’s the schedule we keep. We buy 6 at a time, and keep them stocked at the property. Same with the mineral sticks, which gets replaced at the same time.

Draining Schedule

We have a formula that we use to calculate when to drain the spa, based on the number of guests, but we also try to tell whether or not the spa has seen heavy use. The water level is always a good indicator, since most guests will never add water. If the water level is close to the level where we always leave it at, and other indicators don’t point to heavy spa use, we don’t drain the spa after each guest, but we vacuum, clean the filter, balance the chemistry and shock the spa.

However, in order to maintain a sanitary spa in your rental, you should drain and refill the spa if it looks like your guests really enjoyed it! Our spa gets drained about every month, but sometimes twice per month, if the unit has seen heavy usage, or if we rent to snowboarders (jk, lol).

Spa Safety

First off, the spa should be isolated on your property. If there are adjacent town homes or condos, a safety fence should be built around the patio, to cordon off the spa, and also add some privacy.

Secondly, a covered spa is always safer than an uncovered spa. Make sure your cover clips and straps are in good shape. A spa cover lifter should be installed to protect your spa cover and prevent guest injury.

Third, our Spa Rules sign makes these specific restrictions:

  1. Children under 14 with Adults only
  2. No single use, 2-4 people only
  3. No alcohol or drugs
  4. No pregnant women
  5. No Hypertensive people

Fourth, keep all spa chemicals safely stored, and out of the reach of children.

Fifth, make sure that your spa is in good electrical condition, without any chance of accidental electrocution.

What’s a Spa Worth?

Adding a spa or hot tub to your rental property will add another recreational element to your offerings, and will allow you to charge a premium – to at least cover the additional costs and maintenance involved. In our case, our property management company raised their price a set amount, and we have figured out our annual expenses for the spa. From there, we were able to figure out a fair amount to add to a night’s rental, which has by now, over the last 10 years ~ paid for the spa many times over!

 

Carolyn Mosby
Hot Tub Works

 

Spa Cover Factory Tour

February 20th, 2014 by

spa-cover-factory-tourI’m mighty proud of our spa and hot tub covers, and there’s many reasons why we make the best spa covers, and now you can witness the quality construction for yourself.

Below is a nice video with Jerry, one of the owners of Hot Tub Works, taking you on a tour of our state of the art spa cover manufacturing facility. Below that, is the complete transcript of the video.

I hope you enjoy the tour ~

– Jack

 

Hi, welcome to our state of the art spa cover manufacturing facility. My name is Jerry and I’m going to take you on a tour of the facility today. This factory can produce over 1000 spa covers per week, and uses the latest technology and has decades of hard earned experience to make quality spa covers.

I’m going to start with the process of how we receive orders. Now we’re standing in customer service, and literally hundreds of calls come in to this room per day, from people looking for help with their hot tub.

We make it really easy for you to order a new cover, you can order a new spa cover online, you can call us, or you can even fax it to us. No matter how you do it, we try to make it easy, and we’re all experts here at getting you a perfect cover every time. Once the order comes in, it goes to Production Management – let’s take a look at that process and then we’ll go into manufacturing.

hot-tub-works-factory-tourProduction Control takes every order that comes in and produces what’s known as a CAD file, which is basically an automated drawing which is fed to the manufacturing floor. That produces a perfect cover every time, specific to your order.

We use absolutely the best marine grade vinyl on our hot tub covers. This vinyl is 30 oz weight, it’s made for outdoor use. It has UV and mildew inhibitors built in. As you can see, we have a lot of vinyl here in our facility – we offer 10 different colors, all of them on our website for your choice.

Our sewing team has the latest equipment that they use to sew every cover by hand. They have decades of experience, and there are 27 points of reinforcement sewn into every cover.

This big block of foam that you see here, that looks kind of like a giant piece of tofu, is actually EPS foam. EPS stands for Expanded PolyStyrene. Now, EPS foam is often used in floating docks and buoys, and it’s also an excellent insulator product, and it’s what we use for the inside core of the hot tub cover.

We offer three different densities of foam, 1 lb. density, 1.5 lb. density and 2.0 lb. density. And basically what that means is, as the weight changes, the foam gets harder – the insulation value goes up and the cover gets stronger.

The big block of foam you just saw then gets cut down into sheets. This particular piece of foam is made for our Ultra Cover, where it’s 6 inches thick on this side, 4 inches on the other side. Each piece of foam is actually cut, specific to your order.

After the foam is cut into a taper, it is then cut into the shape of your hot tub cover. This machine here is fed the same CAD file that the sewing room is using to sew your cover. The foam is being cut with a red wire, cutting through the foam, creating the perfect shape to meet up with the vinyl skin that has been sewn. After the foam is cut to it’s final shape, a steel reinforcement channel is placed into the foam to add strength to the product. At this point it’s ready for final assembly, so let’s head over to that department.

One of the last stages and a very important one is where we vapor seal the foam. We use a 6 mil plastic to wrap the foam with, and it’s vacuumed down and heat sealed, so moisture can’t get to the foam core. You can even order a double wrap, which is two layers, to give you a longer lasting spa cover.

Now the final step of inserting the foam into the vinyl skin. It’s zipped up, and then final quality control inspections are done, making sure every measurement is accurate and correct. Then it’s wrapped into a protective plastic and placed in a box ready for shipment.

We’re now standing in distribution, and as you can see, I’ve got hundreds of covers around me. This is the last place we touch them before they get shipped out to you. They come in here to get direct and efficient shipment to your home.

We appreciate you watching the video, hopefully it’s answered some questions, and we appreciate your time and consideration of our spa and hot tub covers.

 

Hot Tub Parts: Spa and Hot Tub Valves

February 17th, 2014 by

hot-tub-and-spa-valvesSpa & Hot Tub Valves come in two forms – water valves and check valves.

Spa water valves are used to control the flow of water or air – to partially or fully shut off the flow, or to redirect it in different directions. Water valves placed before the pump control the suction inlets, like the skimmer and spa drain. Valves after the pump control the flow of water through different banks of spa jets. Valves also allow you to shut off the water flow when cleaning the spa filter or repairing spa equipment.

Spa check valves are used to keep water from flowing backwards through certain pipes. Check valves are also called one-way flow valves, because that’s what they do, allow water to travel in only one direction. Tiny check valves are also used on spa ozone systems, to keep the gas flowing in the right direction, and keep spa water out of the ozonator.

Spa Water Valves

Controlling the flow of water in your spa requires a valve that can handle temperature, chemicals and pressurized water. Spa valves also need to be able to hold a positive seal, or completely shut off the flow of water.

There are 3 types of spa valve design – Ball valves, Guillotine valves and Diverter Valves used on spas and hot tubs.

spa-ball-valveBall Valves

Ball valves have a ball shaped diverter inside, and are made with or without unions (the large nut that allows you to open the valve for repair or service). The pipe connections can be slip or threaded. Ball valves are only available as a 2-way valve – one pipe in, one pipe out. They may be installed on either side of the pool pump, to allow you to service or repair the pump or spa pack. We stock two sizes of a spa union ball valve, to fit 1.5” and 2.0” pipe.

 

guillotine-spa-valveGuillotine Valves

Also called slice valves, a guillotine type spa valve has a flat blade that slides down to block water flow; pull up to open the valve. The end connections can be slip or threaded, male or female, with or without unions, and are only available as a 2-way valve.  Slice valves are the most commonly used valve on hot tubs, and we carry 3 brands: Magic, Valterra and Waterway, to fit 1.5″, 2.0″ and 2-1/2″ pipe.

 

jandy-space-saver-Diverter Valves

With a rotating diverter design, the Jandy valve revolutionized pool and spa plumbing, by creating an easy to use 3-way valve. This design allows for configuration of 2 pipes in, 1 pipe out – or 1 pipe in and two pipes out.  The Jandy Space Saver valve is used in many spas and swim spas, and has 3 slip ports to accept pipe size of 1.5″ or 2.0″. ortega-valves

We also carry Waterway diverter valves, 2-way, 3-way and even 4-way. The Ortega spa valve has a unique internal diverter design, available in 2-way, shown right.

 

Spa Check Valves

spa-check-valvesIf your inground spa drains when the pump shuts off, you may have a bad check valve, designed to keep the water from gravity draining. Your spa air blower also likely has a check valve, to prevent water from entering the blower motor. Ozone check valves are used to keep water out of the ozonator unit.

Spa check valves are spring loaded, and use springs of different thickness, to keep the valve closed until a pressure minimum is reached. Available in 1.5″ and 2.0″, there are spa water check valves, and spa air check valves.

 

If our spa tech support personnel can be of any assistance to you in identifying, or troubleshooting the valves on your spa or hot tub, please call us, or send an email for a fast response.

 

Happy Hot Tubbin’

Daniel Lara
Hot Tub Works

 

World’s Most Romantic Hot Tubs

February 13th, 2014 by

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This valentine’s day, you don’t need a heart shaped spa to enjoy a hot soak, any hot water will do! For an extra romantic touch, add some lighted candles, soft music, and you can’t go wrong with spa scents, or floating rose petals.

Here’s a funny look at some ways that hot tubs and spas are considered romantic, sexy even!

 

 

romantic-hot-tub-1Cove Haven Pocono Palace

In the four-level Cleopatra suite, there’s a seven-foot-high hot tub shaped like a Champagne glass, a mini heart-shaped pool All of the rooms at Cove Haven have the iconic heart-shaped tubs.

 

 

 

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Pigeon Forge Cabin Rental

A rustic cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Pigeon Forge cabin has a regular full size spa, and a smaller, heart-shaped jetted tub in the master bathroom.

 

 

 

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Pocono Palace Resort

Heart shaped tubs are plentiful in the Poconos, here’s another one at the Pocono Palace. This heart shaped hot tub looks more like a plunge pool, and looks like it holds more people than your average heart-shaped tub!

 

 

 

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The Love Tub

The Amoré tub by Dimension One Spas. Made especially for Valentine’s day, only 100 of these specially designed cherry red tubs with a Valentine’s motif were created.  Get yours today – for a mere $20K.

 

 

 

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Dumb & Dumber

What’s more romantic than Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels finding themselves alone at the end of the evening, together in a heart shaped hot tub? Maybe hilarious is a better word than romantic.

 

 

 

OK< that’s a quick look at some Heart Shaped Hot Tubs – to set you in the mood for Valentine’s day. I hope this has inspired you to add some romance to your hot tub tomorrow night. Soft music, chilled sparkling beverage on ice, and you and your honey can enjoy a special evening.

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow!

 

XOXO;

Gina Galvin
Hot Tub Works

 

Your Hot Tub Cover Stinks!

February 10th, 2014 by

smelly-spa-coversHey, no offense, but your hot tub cover smells bad. Maybe you’ve gotten used to it?

Don’t worry, it happens to most spa owners at some time or another; water is one of nature’s most erosive substances. Moisture seeps in and becomes trapped between the outer vinyl shell and the plastic wrapped foam cores. The warm, moist environment is perfect for mold and mildew and other forms of smelly stuff.

If moisture has penetrated further into the plastic wrapped foam core, the cover becomes waterlogged, which can quickly grow all sorts of dark and smelly slime, but also make the cover really difficult to remove, and not as effective at keeping the heat in the spa. Time for a replacement spa cover.

 

Smelly Hot Tub Cover ?!?

  • Broken or damaged. Cracked foam cores, ripped or worn spots, torn seams. A spa cover that loses it’s arched roof line, to keep water draining off correctly, will eventually begin to puddle water, which is probably time to buy a new spa cover! A spa cover with threadbare spots in the vinyl is also bad news, and although you can stave off the inevitable with a duct tape repair, the water will win, eventually.
  • Not Removed Regularly. Remove your spa top weekly for 2 hours of airing out. A better cover can withstand longer periods, but it’s a good habit to remove the cover and let it get some air on a weekly basis. If you can easily open the zipper to allow moisture to escape do so, but don’t remove fragile foam panels unless absolutely necessary.
  • Poorly Made. It’s easy to make a spa cover with tape and staples, but it won’t stop moisture very well. The best spa covers have foam panels vacuum-wrapped in 6 mil PE, with a single, continuous heat welded seam. Some covers don’t even try to keep the intense moisture from your spa from reaching the foam core, but a better spa cover uses a thicker vinyl cover, backed in 3 layers to keep outside moisture out, and on the inside, thick vinyl scrim heat welded to a thick internal barrier.
  • Bad Spa Water. If the spa water is not maintained regularly with sanitizer and filtering, or is not shocked often enough, bacteria and algae can take advantage of a hospitable environment to flourish. Low pH, high chlorine or high ozone levels can also deteriorate the underside of your spa cover. Because the cover is so close to the spa, it absorbs the chemistry of the spa. Clean, clear and sanitary water is the best environment to prevent smelly spa covers.
  • Not Cleaned / Conditioned. For outdoor spa covers, unless your back deck is covered or your spa is in a gazebo (which if it is, I’m jealous!), you have sun, rain, pollen, dust, pollution, and animals to contend with. If you have a partial roof, that can be worse than no roof at all, if an overhanging eave drains water onto the spa cover. Clean and condition a spa cover 2-4 times per year, so that it always looks great, and is protected from the elements.

Fix Your Hot Tub Cover!

  • Remove to Safe Location: This first step may seem obvious, but you need a good place to allow the cover to sit undisturbed from pets, wild animals, and winds. It should be a sunny location if possible, or a dry indoor location with low humidity can also be used.
  • Deodorize & Disinfect: You may not need to do both, it’s best to be as gentle as possible. Don’t use household cleaning products on your spa cover, strange chemicals can end up in your spa water. Gently clean all exterior surfaces with spa cover cleaner, and allow the panels to dry.
  • Remove the Panels: Again, this should be avoided if possible, because the panels could become damaged during removal or cleaning. But if you determine that there is something slimy inside, you can usually unzip and remove the panel for a cleaning inside and out. spa-cover-cleaner

Use a Spa Cover Cleaner to gently clean and deodorize your spa cover without phosphates, bleach, alcohol or who knows what. Follow label to gently clean with a soft cloth or dish sponge, rinse clean and dry. It removes most anything, from tree sap and berry stains to bird poop, pollen and pollution. Used regularly, it also protects against stains and repels dirt.

For extreme mold and mildew stains, a stronger disinfectant may be needed. If the initial cleaning has still left dark spots of mildew or mold on the inside surfaces of the spa cover vinyl, or on the outside of the wrapped foam core, you may try a diluted mix of bleach. Pour 1/2 cup of bleach into 1-2 cups of water, and use a sponge to apply bleach to small areas. Quickly wipe dry with a paper towel, rinse off and dry again.

spa-cover-conditioner-It’s best to use as little water as possible on the spa cover during cleaning, and to do it as often as needed. How often? If your spa is protected from most sun and rain, maybe twice per year. If it’s out in the open like mine, it should be 3-4 times per year. It only takes a few minutes to do honestly.

I clean my outdoor spa cover every 3-4 months, and then I let it dry. I come back a few hours later, put it on the spa and rub on the Spa Cover Conditioner, which goes on in under a minute. It always looks great!

And, I do remove my cover regularly, twice a week usually – and, I do keep my water balanced and sanitary. So, I’ve been lucky to have no odor problems with my spa cover lately!

Sometimes, the easiest cure for a smelly spa cover is to just buy a new spa cover – especially if the cover is 5 years or older.  A smelly spa cover simply means that your cover is taking on moisture, and things are beginning to grow!

 

Carolyn Mosby
Hot Tub Works

 

Mineral Purification for Spas and Hot Tubs

February 7th, 2014 by

spa-mineral-sanitizersIt’s perhaps the biggest thing since bromine – silver and copper minerals used to purify spa and hot tub water. It’s been around for over 20 years, so it’s not new in the world of spas and hot tubs, and copper and silver ions have been purifying water for eons, so it’s not new to the world.

But maybe it’s new to you – if you haven’t tried mineral purification before, here’s why you may want to start.

  • Use less bromine – up to 50% less
  • Less work required of your spa filter
  • Improved water sparkle and clarity

There are several different manufacturers of spa mineral sanitizers, which all employ an erosive bits of silver and copper ions, packed in activated charcoal.

copper-silverAs the water moves through the 4-month mineral cartridge, ions are released which attack algae and bacteria. The result is that more than half of your sanitation needs are taken care of by natural minerals, leaving less for your bromine and spa filter to deal with.

And unlike bromine and chlorine, metals like copper and silver don’t just kill once and then become useless, they continue to sanitize, attracting and killing contaminants, until the particle becomes large enough to be filtered out.

 

nature2-stickNature2 Spa Stick – Drop the 4-month stick inside the center of your spa filter cartridge, and it goes to work immediately, with enough power to run your spa without bromine, when shocking weekly with MPS.

 

frog-floater-for-spasSpa Frog Floating System – This is a combination bromine floater and mineral cartridge. Both attach easily to the floating pod. The mineral cartridge lasts four months, and the bromine cartridge will last for up to 4 weeks.

 

leisure-time-spa-stickLeisure Time Spa Stick – Eventually the patent expired, and along came some pretty good copy cats of  Mineral spa water treatment. The leisure Time is actually a copy of the very similar looking Filter Frog, but for a buck or two less.

 

sunpurity-mineral-purifierSunpurity Mineral Purifier – Made by Nature2 to fit Sundance spas, the mineral purifier pack locks in place inside of the bromine chamber.

 

Each of these requires replacement every 4 months, and they average about $20 each . So, a year’s supply is about $60 – a small amount to pay for such a huge improvement in water quality. And, if you reduce your bromine or chlorine level to 1-2 ppm, you can cut the amount you use in half, which could possibly pay for the cost of the mineral sticks.

If you have any questions on mineral spa treatment, give any one of our folks here a call, or leave a comment below!

– Jack

 

 

Year of the Wood Horse – or Hot Tub?

February 4th, 2014 by

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2014 – the year of the Wood Horse, according to the ancient Chinese astrological calendar. The Horse is closely linked to water, and this year –  Horse is of the Fire element, which is connected to heat and warmth. Could 2014 – the year of the Wood Horse, be a message from ancient Chinese astrologers – to buy a hot tub?

If you agree with me that the ancients were referring to a hot tub when they wrote of a wooden horse, this may be the year to buy your first, or upgrade your current spa or hot tub, to something worthy of the name Horse.

 

Hot Tub Works carries spas for all budgets, and in three categories. Our starter Portable Spas, durable Rotomold Spas and our full featured Acrylic Spas. We have 17 spas to choose from, in dozens of cabinet styles of colors, with coordinating accessories.

 

ACRYLIC SPAS

Spas have been made of many materials over the years, but the most popular finish is an acrylic spa shell. Durable and lustrous, the thick and rich surface can be given depth of color and capture light like no other man-made material. It’s also highly flexible and very strong, and holds the heat better than resin or wood.

Our top of the line acrylic spas include an amazing number of spa jets, from 40 to 90! A 4 or 5 hp pump provides powerful hydro-massage, while the 4 kw heater keeps the water bubbling hot. Includes lighted waterfalls, ozonator and spa cover and a variety of cabinet colors and styles.

AquaRock FIJI 40 SL

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-Fits 3 adults
-Balboa spa pak
-Underwater LED light
-4.0 HP Pump
-4kW stainless steel heater
-222 Gallons water capacity
-40 stainless steel jets
-Includes ozonator
-Comes with insulated cover
-240-V
-Measures: 91 x 61.5 x 36 inches

Buy this Spa for $3999

 

Aquarock Mykonos 50 Spa

AquaRock Mykonos 50 Spa-Fits up to 5 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak & Controls
-Backlit LED waterfall
-8 LED points of light
-5.0 HP Pump and Blower
-4kW stainless steel heater
-325 Gallons water capacity
-50 stainless steel jets
-Includes ozonator
-Comes with insulated cover
-240-V
-Measures: 91 x 77 x 36 inches

Buy this Spa for $5499

 

AquaRock Venice 60 Spa

AquaRock Venice 60 Spa-Fits up to 7 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak & Controls
-Backlit LED waterfall
-Underwater LED light
-5.0 BHP Pump and Blower
-4kW stainless steel heater
-400 Gallons water capacity
-60 stainless steel jets
-Includes ozonator
-Comes with insulated cover
-240-V
-Measures: 91 x 91 x 36 inches

Buy this Spa for $5999

 

AquaRock Morocco 90

AquaRock Morocco 90 Spa-Fits up to 6 adults
-Backlit digital topside control
-Backlit LED waterfall
-Underwater LED light
-4.0 BHP 2-Speed Pump and Blower
-4kW stainless steel heater
-400 Gallons water capacity
-90 stainless steel jets
-Includes ozonator
-Comes with insulated cover
-240-V
-Measures: 91 x 91 x 36 inches

Buy this Spa for $6499

 

 

ROTOMOLD SPAS

A rotomolded spa is made of strong thermoplastic resin, poured into a mold, and spun in something like a large heated centrifuge. The centrifugal force causes the molecules of plastic to bond with amazing strength. After the shell is molded, these spas are hand finished and fitted with up to 29 spa jets, depending on model. All models include an underwater light, backlit control panel and pump, filter, heater with a Balboa spa pak. Optional equipment such as waterfall, ozonator or stainless steel jets can be installed. Each spa shell is custom made of durable resin surrounded with your choice of three cabinet finishes.

AquaRock Bliss Jet Spa

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-Fits up to 5 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak w/ Digital Display
-Underwater LED light
-2.0 HP Pump
-1kW/4kW stainless steel heater
-222 Gallons water capacity
-11 Black jets
-Comes with insulated cover
-120/240-V
-Measures: 70 x 29 inches

Buy this Spa for $2399

 

AquaRock Serene Spa

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-Fits 4 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak w/ Digital Display
-2.0 HP pump
-1 kW/4kW stainless steel heater
-216 Gallons water capacity
-14 Black jets
-LED light
-Comes with insulated cover
-120/240-V
-Measures: 71 x 61 x 29 inches

Buy this Spa for $2699

 

AquaRock Xanadu Spa

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-Fits 6 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak w/ Digital Display
-2.0 HP pump
-1kW/4kW stainless steel heater
-270 Gallons water capacity
-20 Black jets
-LED light
-Comes with insulated cover
-240-V
-Measures: 80 round x 34 deep

Buy this Spa for $2999

 

AquaRock Euphoria Spa

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-Fits 6 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak w/ Digital Display
-2.0 HP pump
-1 kW/4kW stainless steel heater
-300 Gallons water capacity
-28 Black jets
-LED light
-Comes with insulated cover
-120/240-V
-Measures: 74 x 74 x 32 inches

Buy this Spa for $3299

 

AquaRock Tranquility Spa

AquaRock Tranquility Spa

 

-Fits up to 6 adults
-Balboa Spa Pak w/ Digital Display
-2.0 HP pump
-1 kW/4kW stainless steel heater
-310 Gallons water capacity
-29 Black jets
-LED light and Waterfall
-Comes with insulated cover
-120/240-V
-Measures: 84 x 84 x 34 inches

Buy this Spa for $3799

 

 

PORTABLE SPAS

As the name implies, portable spas are easily transported to various locations, be it camping, tailgating, beach house, lake house or frat house. But they don’t have to be moved, and are perfectly at home as a permanent set-up. The main advantage to portable spas is their small cost and their small footprint. They include a low flow pump and a cartridge filter, and a heater and air blower. They are also quite small, best suited for just 2 or 3 close friends. They can be set-up in just minutes, and filled with water in under an hour. Plug into any grounded outlet and turn on the heat for 104 degrees in just another 30 minutes.

Spa2Go Four Person Portable Spa

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-Fits 4 adults
-1.3 HP Turbo Wave Massage System
-1 HP Massaging Turbo Blower
-Stainless steel 1 KW heater
-Includes Pump and Filtration System
-250 Gallons water capacity
-127 Micro-air jets
-10’ Power cord – 120-V
-Locking cover
-Measures: 74” OD ; 58” ID

Buy this Spa for $649

 

Spa-N-A-Box

Spa-N-A-Box-Sets up in under 20 minutes, 120-V
-Heats water up to 104 Fahrenheit
-Accommodates 5 adults
-Turbo Wave Massage System
-1 KW heater, Micro-air jets
-Digital temperature control
-Includes filtration system and a set of filters
-280 Gallons water capacity
-Comes with thermal insulated cover
– Measures: 73” x 27″

Buy this Spa for $949

 

Airi-Spa

Airi-Spa

-Unique air-frame design
-Stylish and compact, in 3 colors
-Plug & Play functionality
-1 KW heater
-Includes pump and filtration system
-190 Gallons water capacity
-7 Micro-air jets
-Comes with insulated cover
Buy this Spa for $949

 

Like I said, we carry Spas for every Budget, from $700 to $7000 – and there are more models and sizes to choose from in our Spas & Hot Tubs section of our website. Buy your next spa from HotTubWorks and you’ll get our World Class Service, and technical support for any installation or maintenance concern you have.

Speaking of installation, the spas above labeled 240-V need to be wired up by an electrician. It’s usually just a few hundred dollars. Those that state 120-V can be plugged into most grounded outlets.duralast-cabinet-is-strong

Celebrate the year of the Wood Horse with an AquaRock Spa. Quality Built with Balboa controls, Sure-Lock™ plumbing fittings and TigerFlex™ pipe. DuraLast™ cabinet is maintenance free, made of the strongest impact resistance polymers, and will never fade, rot or rust. The cabinet is fully insulated around the shell with our patented Energy-Lok™ system. Exclusive manufacturing process injects high density insulating foam between dual walled resin cabinets. Equipment is mounted in an energy capturing area to lock out cold, and use the heat generated from the equipment as an insulation barrier.

Spas are super-sensual, and will add another dimension to your evenings, while helping all of your senses to relax.

 

XOXO;

Gina Galvin
Hot Tub Works