Wellness

July 1, 2016

Hot tub glossary of terms – C

CALCIUM CARBONATE – A compound which forms in unbalanced water to form scale. CALCIUM CHLORIDE (Hardness Increaser) – A soluble white compound used to raise the calcium hardness of spa & pool water, to protect equipment. CALCIUM HARDNESS – A measure of the amount of calcium dissolved in water. Water with low hardness can lead to corrosion of metal parts. Test […]

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May 6, 2016

Hot Tub Glossary of Terms

A ACID – Chemicals such as sodium bisulfate, also called Dry Acid, Muriatic Acid or pH Minus used to lower pH or alkalinity. ACID DEMAND – As determined by a test, the proper amount of acid (pH Minus) to reach correct levels. ACRYLIC – A very durable and non-porous heat-formable synthetic used to form the shell of high quality spas. AIR BUTTONS – Topside […]

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April 22, 2016

Hot Tub Buyer’s Guide – Tip Number 2

SIZE MATTERS! Outdoor spas are available in all shapes and sizes so it’s important to think about how much space you have in your garden, along with access in to it.  This could possibly limit the size of hot tub you are able to install.  A good retailer will conduct a site survey, to avoid […]

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April 13, 2016

Top 5 Health Benefits of Hot Tub Hydrotherapy

For hundreds of years many different cultures have used the therapeutic value of natural warm water spas to reduce pain, improve relaxation and stimulate circulation that’s necessary for healing.  It is scientifically proven that regular therapeutic hot tub use benefits a range of treatment-specific ailments, and as such, is prescribed by Doctors. Stress – hydrotherapy […]

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