Draining your hot tub is important to your health as well as to your spa, both of which can suffer damage if you don't maintain the water's condition properly. Since you don't want to waste your time or water, it is important to find out just how often you should be draining your spa.
Having invested in a new Jacuzzi® hot tub, you're sure to enjoy soaking in it from day one. As exciting as your new hot tub may be, you may want to personalize it over time. Below are a few quick DIY hot tub projects to consider. Getting into and out of your hot tub safely is essential, making DIY hot tub steps one of the first DIY hot tub projects you might want to tackle.
Hot Tubs used to be something that only the wealthy enjoyed. It was something lavish to have a hot tub and they were usually in-ground. Technically, our Jacuzzi Permanent Jacuzzi Hot TubHot Tubs are portable hot tubs and they are priced so that everyone can enjoy them. Buying a Jacuzzi Hot Tub isn’t something you’ll have to remortgage your house for, and, you can take it with you if you decide to move. If you’re thinking about purchasing a hot tub, here’s a list of differences between the in-ground style and the portable hot tub.
Exercising doesn’t have to be just for the young! You can stay active with your Jacuzzi hot tub, even if you’re “over the hill” or a bit on the round side. Most traditional forms of exercise such as running and weight-lifting can be very hard on the (old) joints. One of the best things about exercising in water is that it alleviates much of the joint strain that can cause pain and injury. Not only is exercising in a hot tub less strenuous but it can also help to ease stiffness and increase your flexibility.
Aromatherapy goes back to ancient times and it has been proven time and again that it can have extensive benefits and dramatic effects on one’s health. The real trick is knowing which scents are for which benefit. Here’s a list of some of the Spazazz products we carry and how the might help you in your day to day life.
You can tailor your Jacuzzi to suit you and your preferences in just about every way. You can customize your jets and your cover… and also the temperature! The temperature of your tub depends completely on your preferences and comfort levels. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, the water temperature of a hot tub is best between 100°F and 102°F.
If you’re like me, you might be closer to the redneck end of the social spectrum than the “granola munching yogi” end of the spectrum. Don’t get me wrong, I love everyone the same (except Don Cherry… I love him a bit more than everyone else). I also want to be open minded about how I exercise without everyone else thinking I’m open minded (there’s the redneck bit of me leaking out). This is why I choose to do yoga in the privacy of my hot tub, in the confines of my backyard.
Summer is the best time to have a pool. Winter is the best time to have a hot tub. Why not have both… in the same package?! At Eden Spa, we think that hot tubs are for year round use. As the outside temperatures soar to the mid-twenties consider dropping the temperature of your Jacuzzi to 98 degrees or less (depending on how warm it is outside and how warm you want to be).
Prince George has VERY long winters. When the snow finally melts and disappears everyone, it seems, wants to be outside. Backyards and decks become the preferred hangout areas… unless you have a Jacuzzi! Having a hot tub in the summer may seem redundant but we think there are 5 AMAZING reasons to have a Jacuzzi in your backyard this summer.
Having a hot tub party can be the highlight of the summer if you do it right. Here are a few tips to ensuring you have the most memorable, successful event possible.