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How to Keep Your Hot Tub from Freezing in Cold Weather

Winter is here. And if any of you live in the Midwest, you’ve experienced some of the coldest temperatures in years. So at this time it’s important to ask yourself, is your hot tub ready and will it avoid freezing? If you don’t heat or regularly circulate the water in your hot tub, you are risking a freeze up, which …
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Can Hot Tubs Cause Skin Rashes?

Chemicals are essential to put in hot tubs to keep them clean and running smoothly (especially in this cold weather!) But because of the use of chemicals, we’ve gotten the question numerous times… “can hot tubs cause skin rashes? And if they do, how can we remedy?” Well, we’re here to help answer that and prevent that from happening to …
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What You Need to Know About Hot Tub Filters

Your spa’s filter is very, very important. Let us tell you why…  Your hot tub’s main function is to sooth you with clean, hot water. The jets pump strong streams of water and air through the plumbing system to relieve muscle pain and give you the best spa experience. The key to the clean water that pumps through these jets is the hot tub filter system. Hot tub …
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How to Troubleshoot Your Hot Tub Heater

It could be said that the heater is the most important part of the whole hot tub or spa. Sure, the jets are kind of a big deal, but without the heater a hot tub is just a very tiny pool. So if something happens that keeps your hot tub from getting hot water, you will need to troubleshoot the …
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How to Troubleshoot a Spa Circuit Board

The circuit board of a spa or hot tub is an essential part of the electronic system that keeps the water hot and the jets bubbling. It is a bit like a “nerve center.” The circuit board is the part of the spa system that sends electronic messages to heat the water, turn on or turn off the pump, etc. …
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How to Winterize a Hot Tub

Winterization Tips for Hot Tubs After a long relaxing season of hot tub use, it’s extremely important to properly winterize your hot tub. Improper closure of your home spa for the cold weather months can lead to costly damages, which require expensive repairs. Winterization can be done by yourself, but if you have any doubts about how to winterize a …
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110v vs. 220v Hot Tubs — Which is Better?

More power is always better, right? If that was the case, do you think we’d have a whole article entitled “110V vs. 220V Hot Tubs — Which is Better?” Let’s clear the water on the mysteries surrounding 110-volt and 220-volt hot tubs so you can make an educated decision on which hot tub is the better option for your hot …
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How to Prep Your Hot Tub for a Hurricane

When a hurricane is predicted to make landfall near your town (we’re looking at you, Hurricane Florence) , your first thoughts are likely how to keep your home, family, friends, and neighbors safe. But, since your hot tub is one of the largest investments you will ever make, you should also consider being proactive in keeping your hot tub safe. …
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How To Care For Eco Pur Cartridge Filters

Taking Care Of Eco Pur Spa Cartridge Filters One of the key elements to your home spa is its filters. They play a vital role in keeping your water clean. A Master Spa Eco Pur filter does the job of removing debris such as hair, dirt, leaves and other impurities from the water in your hot tub. It’s important to run …
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