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Step-by-Step Guide to a Hot Tub Drain and Refill

As a hot tub owner, you should be able to perform a standard hot tub drain and refill. It’s typically required anywhere from every 3-4 months, less frequently if you’re able to keep your hot tub chemistry balanced at all times. A refill is a great way to get your hot tub clean and reset your system if it has become chemical rich or difficult to keep balanced. Here’s HTW’s steb-by-step guide to draining and refilling your hot tub. 1) […]

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Tips for Hot Tub Water Conservation

One reason people may not purchase a hot tub is that they worry that a hot tub wastes water. In places like California where they’re experiencing record drought, many potential buyers shy away from becoming spa users because they’re conscious of their water consumption. However, educated hot tub owners can keep from wasting water and can actual help save it. Just apply Hot Tub Warehouse’s tips for hot tub water conservation and rest easy knowing you’re not a drain on […]

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Refinish a Wood Hot Tub Cabinet

Some of the most beautiful (and costly) hot tubs are made with a real cedar surround. The wood is beautiful and its oils naturally resist insects and moisture. However, constaexposure to the sun can dry it out and cause the wood to lose some color and natural ability to resist rotting. For that reason, most modern hot tub cabinets are made with a plastic composite or synthetic wood because it is virtually maintenance free. If you do have a cedar surrounded […]

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Extend the Life of your Hot Tub Pump Seal

Having a good hot tub seal is important to any hot tub pump since a leaking pump seal could mean bad news for you and your spa.  Like any other equipment your hot tub pump seal can wear out over time requiring to be replaced, but choosing the right seal for your hot tub will help it last longer.  There are also some operational and installation tips that can help extend the life of your seal. Related posts (by relevance): […]

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Debris from Hot Tub Jets

Turning on your hot tub jets and having debris spew out is never a good experience for a spa owner.  Luckily, most times this is a fairly easy fix once you find the root of the problem. There are a few things that could be causing debris to come out of your hot tub jets. Related posts (by relevance): Hot Tub Cleaning Water Smells Moldy Jets, Jets, Jets

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Replacing My Spa Pack

Your Spa Pack is basically the brains, or motherboard of your spa. Its job is controlling all your spas components like your pump, heater, lights, and more. As the main control system, having a Spa Pack that is in good condition and working properly is very important. Thousands of spas are thrown out each year because of bad control systems, when the shell and cabinet are fine. Typically, you can save yourself thousands of dollars by simply replacing your control […]

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Hot Tub Leak Repair

Having a leak in your hot tub can be a real pain, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking for and how to find it. Following a few simple steps, you should be able to find the source of the leak and be able to decide how to proceed with a repair, without a lot of headache. Before beginning your search for a leak be sure to disconnect all power to the hot tub. Once you are inside the […]

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