Unfortunately, many myths exist about Hot Tubs. These may well rob you of the thrill and charm of owning your own hot tub. Here is the truth.
Contrary to the belief of some, keeping a spa or hot tub clean and hygienic takes only a few minutes after each use and a few minutes each week to keep your Firehouse Hot Tub in excellent condition.
It is almost as simple as regularly checking the pH levels, alkalinity and calcium levels with a test strip and using a sanitizer. Chlorine or bromine are excellent for this purpose, and perfumed additives will keep the water smelling fresh and pleasant. Clean your hot tub as you would your bath, and no dirt will accumulate.
Avoid using oils, and the filters will remove all the other impurities from the water. In most cases, it is only necessary to drain and replace the water once every three to six months, depending on how often the tub is used and what oils end up in the water. Your owner’s manual will give simple instructions on how to keep the hot tub clean and will indicate the amounts of each product that needs to be added to the water.
Monthly energy costs are not as high as most people think. Besides, the extra cost of running your Firehouse hot tub will be offset by the feeling of health and wellbeing. Moreover, it quickly becomes part of your family routine and entertainment and relaxation