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How to Clean a Hot Tub

January 4th, 2016 by

Spas and hot tubs are fairly self-regulating; and don’t require a major time investment to maintain. However, to keep your spa in top condition and looking good, you do need to do some spring cleaning from time to time. My technique is to drain half the spa water and refill every 4 months, with a […]


10 Spa and Hot Tub Energy Conservation Tips

December 21st, 2015 by

Some spas are built for a warm climate, while other spas are specifically designed for use in cold weather areas. A spa or hot tub that is energy efficient can use half of the energy of one that is not. Spa insulation is the main factor, but there are many other variables that influence the […]


Hot Tub Covers 6 Ways

December 14th, 2015 by

A spa cover cap is one of the most important spa accessories you can buy, and so multi-purpose! Spa tops not only insulate the spa, keeping the water hot, but they also make the spa safer for kids and animals. In addition, your spa cover keeps the spa clean, blocking out dust, debris and rain […]


Spas and Hot Tubs in the News

December 7th, 2015 by

December is here already, and that means that it’s time once again for our semi-annual look at hot tubs and spas in the news. Real stories from news sites around the globe, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always entertaining. Today’s round-up of news stories has a few laughs, a head shake and an Oh My! […]


Bears in Hot Tubs

November 30th, 2015 by

Unless you live in Bear Country, you may not know that bears love hot tubs. And they aren’t shy about taking a nice soak in your wonderful heated tub! If there are bears in your neck of the woods, get your camera ready, or we may see your hot tub next time!     Vancouver […]


How to Sell a Used Hot Tub

November 19th, 2015 by

Buying a new hot tub and not sure what to do with your old tub? Selling a used hot tub is not much different than selling a used car, in many ways. The reason that an automotive analogy works so well with spas is because they are so similar; with shiny surfaces, bucket seats, an […]


Swim Spa or Hot Tub?

November 9th, 2015 by

Swim Spas are like a Limousine, stretched out 2-3x longer on one side, so that you can swim, row, stretch, train or recuperate. When it comes time to replace your spa or hot tub, or even if it’s your first tub, you’ll at least take a glance at Swim Spas. I’ve also considered Swim Spas […]


How to Replace a Spa Heater

November 2nd, 2015 by

Your Hot Tub or Spa will at some point have heating problems. There are two types of spa heater problems, not heating enough and not heating at all. If your spa heater is not heating enough, but has lost some percentage of it’s oomph, it’s likely not a heater problem, but a water flow problem […]


Del Spa Ozone Maintenance

October 19th, 2015 by

Ozone has been used in spa and hot tubs for years, as a powerful sanitizer that kills 99.9% of pathogens and contaminants. When used with a spa mineral stick, an ozonator can do the bulk of spa water sanitizing, requiring only a small amount of bromine, and/or regular spa shock to oxidize organics that hide […]


Is Your Hot Tub a Chemical Soup?

October 12th, 2015 by

The first question about the so-called “Chemical Free Hot Tub” is “What does it Mean to be Green?” The second question is “Can it be done?”; a chemical-free hot tub, that is. When you speak of eco-friendly spas and hot tubs, you may be talking about saving energy, saving water, or preventing pollution. It’s that […]