|Before 2005||J-300 Series||■|
|2005+||J-300 (w/ Cap)||■|
|Before 2005||J-400 Series||■|
|Spa Model||(1) HTF-2386 (1) HTF-2387||HTF-2390||HTF-2730||HTF-2740||HTF-0161||HTF-2790||HTF-2710||HTF-1630|
|1995-1999||Calypso I / and II||■|
|1990||Cameo Jr. Jamb.||■|
|Spa Year||Spa Model||HTF-0315||HTF-2390||HTF-2385||HTF-2770||HTF-6540-507||HTF-2780||HTF-6541-397||HTF-2810 w/ HTF-6540-502|
|2006||Caprio/ Caprio ST||■||■|
|Spa Year||Spa Model||HTF-73178||20204||20807||HTF-0161||HTF-3915||HTF-3960||HTF-3910||HTF-3930||HTF-3915 w/ Standpipe|
|1992-1999||Siberian / Khyber||■|
|1992+||Bengal / Manora||■|
|1992+||Sumatran / Tondi||■|
If you ever need to get a hold of me, reach me early! I get into the office before 8am, and work until 4pm. One of the great things about getting in earlier than everyone is that there isn’t as much traffic. It is the same thing when I leave and I am still able to make business calls and handle additional work for that extra hour before businesses close.
But what makes me happiest about it is I am able to go to movie screenings. I love going to the movie and watching movies a year before they come out, for free makes me excited. In Southern California, you can almost always find a good movie screening, and I try to go to at least one per week. The only downside to movie screenings is that you have to get there early. Since I leave that extra hour early I normally don’t have any issues.
Thank you Hot Tub Works for letting me work hard and play hard at the same time. SO – if you need anything, I’m here to help (but only from 8-4)!
One of the most confusing and roughest times for us in life is dealing with death. Unfortunately it’s inevitable for everyone and I recently experienced it with the passing of my grandfather on 5/10/2011.
I appreciate all the support that everyone has been giving me at work and all the support of my friends and family. Because of that I am able to come to work and put a smile on my face.
One of the greatest things about my grandpa is his personality. He loved to talk to new people and he welcomed everyone into our family. Maybe that he is the reason that I am in customer service now. I know that he will be looking down on me and helping me along my way and I am just glad for those times that we spent together.
This blog post is dedicated to you, Grandpa ~
One of the most interesting parts about the owners at our company, Hot Tub Works, is how technologically savvy they are. I have worked for several individuals that don’t even know how to use a computer :).
But I am impressed at how quickly a topic that we talk about in a meeting becomes a blog topic, winds up on Facebook, becomes a tweet on twitter and gets a ton of comments from our fans. So if you ever want to let the owners know how you feel or have any questions we are always online to help you out.
If you want to add us on Facebook click here:
If you want to add us on Twitter click here:
And as always you could always call us at 800-770-0292. We hope to hear from you in the future – all over the web :).
One of the most useful but underutilized parts of the site is the Spa Community section. This section could be found on the home page of www.hottubworks.com on the left side highlighted in blue or there is a link to each section below:
Under the Hot Tub Tool Box section you will find helpful articles and walkthroughs on chemicals and installation of various hot tub parts including pumps, equipment, etc.
Under the How-to-Video section there are instructional videos on how to turn a wet end, install an equipment pack, etc. and there are also instructional videos and informational videos on a majority of the major items on our site.
One of the best parts about this section of the site is that some of the videos actually are demonstrated by our staff, including an information video on pre-filters told by me.
The forum section is helpful to find answers to questions that aren’t available through videos or to find answers to questions during our off hours.
The blog – well, you know about the blog – over 300 articles of interest to spa owners.
Also, as always, we are available by phone if you ever want to discuss any additional questions that you may have. I hope everyone has a great weekend!!!
My favorite sets of items that we have on the site are the 2 lb. containers of spa crystals. Not only do they come with a little measuring cup but the scents are my favorite out of the aromatherapy items that we sell on the site.
The Eucalyptus has an earthy eucalyptus scent, the lavender has a scent almost like fresh laundry with a hint of lavender, the jasmine has a vanilla scent with a hint of jasmine, the cucumber melon has a sweet fruity scent, and the lime basil mandarin is the lightest scent and has a hint of citrus.
My most favorite scent is pomegranate. It has a strong fruit smell and reminds me of the scent of jolly rancher candy.
I love these crystals because not only could you use them in your hot tub but they are also great to use in a bath as well. If you want to learn even more about these items please give us a call and we could answer any of your questions.
Fun Times in Las Vegas
One of the greatest things about working at Hot Tub Works is that the management is understanding when opportunities for a vacation come up. They realize that when a person works hard they also have to play hard too. 🙂
Recently I went on vacation to Las Vegas and stayed at The Hotel at the Mandalay Bay. We got one of the V suites so the view was magnificent!! Especially at night when you could see the whole strip light up.
While we were there we spent time gambling (Actually made $200 one day, and lost it the next) and saw The Lion King. That concert was amazing and really brought the story to life. I especially like how the masks would stand up on their head and then cover their face when they acted like they were going to attack.
But the real reason we went was for the ACM Awards Music Fan Jam. Me and my wife are real fans of country music and one of the big names right now in country music is Sugar Land. They were actually the hosts of the event and sang a lot of their songs. The best part of their performance was when they remixed some of the more popular songs from this year.
Basically the way the concert worked is that they showed all the awards from the main ACM Awards broadcast (they were in MGM) and during the commercials they would do some performances. After the ACM awards were over a majority of the big names that were at the event came by and performed a couple of songs.
Some of the people that were there were Little Big Town, The Band Perry, Eric Church, Steel Magnolia, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Casey James (From American Idol) , etc.
The best part of the night for me though was when Rihanna came and performed with Sugarland. It was cool to see country music mixed with some of Rihanna’s style. Another great part of the ACM awards was when Steven Tyler came out during Carrie Underwood’s performance and sang a couple of songs with her. Unfortunately, they were at the MGM so we didn’t actually see them live. The concert overall was one of the best I ever went to. The only down side was that my voice was gone all weekend. 🙂
Thanks Alea (You have an awesome hair style, amongst other great qualities) and everyone else who made this possible…