Don't Own A Hot Tub? Here's What You're Missing...

Posted by Jim Riggs on Jan 13, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Time spent enjoying the warm, relaxing waters of a hot tub is often something vacationers look forward to during hotel stays. If you look forward to the luxury of a hot tub during vacations, why not have one on hand at your home to enjoy any time you want? 

We understand your hesitation. It's a long-term investment that can seem a little daunting. To help you understand why having your own at-home hot tub is worth the cost, we really want you to see the perks!

Let's walk through 4 major benefits:

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

How To Clean Your Hot Tub Cover

Posted by Jim Riggs on Jan 6, 2017 8:00:00 AM

A hot tub cover is a lot like a roof: it's used to protect outside debris from getting inside, and it's great insulation. Covers are an important part of maintaining the lifespan of your hot tub, and a poorly-maintained or neglected cover may wind up costing you thousands in unnecessary replacement costs.

We'd like to walk you through how to clean your hot tub cover and keep it looking good as new, without even taking much time out of your day.

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

5 Hot Tub Stretching Exercises

Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 30, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Your spa is what you make of it, and while it's fun to soak and relax with a nice wine to tote, it's also a fun place to soothe any aches and pains. One of the greatest reasons our customers enjoy their hot tub is because it's a nice way to stretch and complete a few exercises. After all, hot water can make muscles more pliable and receptive to stretching than regular stretching.

Next time you hop in the spa, try out these fun stretching exercises, and then grab your wine!

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

7 Sins Of Purchasing a Hot Tub

Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 23, 2016 8:00:00 AM

One of the biggest mistakes buyers make in the consumer world is purchasing something lower quality just to save a few bucks upfront. Your spa is a long-term investment that lasts for years, and we want you to be just as happy in five years as you were when we installed it for you!

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

Why Is My Hot Tub Leaking?

Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 16, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Ask any hot tub owner and they will most likely tell you the one thing that can turn a good day into a bad one is when they find a leak in their spa. Because these leaks are extremely hard to find, you may find yourself spending the entire afternoon locating it, all the more reason to shriek, "Why?!" Today, we're going to make sure you know the main causes of a hot tub leak and what you can do to avoid it as much as possible.

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

Troubleshooting Your Hot Tub Circulation Pump

Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 9, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Circulation pumps are low-flow pumps that constantly circulate in water as slowly as possible to provide your spa a continued filter, heat and chemically treated water. While these pumps are known to last 5-10 years, at some point your pump is going to see problems that need some instant attention— unless you enjoy non-chemically treated spa water, which we hope you don't! While there are many reasons as to why your circulation pump has failed on you, we're happy to provide you with some tips that will help troubleshoot the issue.

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

How To Clean Your Hot Tub On A Monthly Basis

Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 2, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Do you dread cleaning your hot tub, so you put off cleaning it until absolutely necessary? Well, that's a vicious cycle, my friend, and we're here to tell you there's an easier way!

Rather than putting off cleanings until it takes a whole day to scrub your spa, we suggest you follow these 4 easy steps to keep your hot tub sparkling clean and always ready-to-use. And the best part is you only have to do this routine once per month!

We have seen homeowners faced with costly repairs or replacements time and time again simply because they didn't take regular care of their investment. Avoid unnecessry repairs by doing the following: 

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)

Swimming Pools — How To Choose The Location

Posted by Jim Riggs on Nov 25, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Because a swimming pool will be one of the largest components of any yard, choosing the correct placement is essential. We understand that it takes some time and a lot of back and forth before finally deciding on a pool location, so we went ahead and created a list of things you need to think of while you decide. Some of these you may not even realize you should have been thinking about!

Read More

Topics: Installation

How To Find The Perfect Property For A Future Pool

Posted by Jim Riggs on Nov 18, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Investing in a pool for your backyard is something that will benefit all family members. You know your kids will enjoy it at their convenience growing up, and hey, you can too on weekends, during summer parties, and through your retirement days. "Where can we put it, though?" is probably a thought that's striked your mind more than once while considering such an expenditure. While there are some factors to consider, we're here to help you find the perfect spot!

Read More

Topics: Installation

Spa Energy Efficiency Checklist

Posted by Jim Riggs on Nov 11, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Let's face it, when it comes to buying luxury items such as a pool or spa, we know people don't always consider how much energy the new addition will use... Then once power bill comes in the mail, it hits them. Yikes.

We want to alleviate that shock to your wallet and give you a few things to think about before you make your purchase. This energy efficiency checklist should help you choose the right spa to fit your budget both before and long after it's been installed:

Read More

Topics: Spas (Hot Tubs)