Even though Bay Area winters are mild, hot tub owners should still take the proper precautions to winterize their spas. The first, and probably most important thing to have in the winter is a hot tub cover. Go through this small checklist and see if any of these apply to you:
In our last blog post you read about different hot tub myths that sales people might try to pitch to you when you are in the process of purchasing a hot tub. Luckily, we are here to bust all those myths so you can proceed buying a hot tub with no doubt in the quality of the product.
If you're interested in buying a hot tub, then you should probably bust some hot tub myths before you choose which hot tub is best. Each sales person has different tactics to try to get you to purchase their hot tub, but many of these are myths that you should know about to make a better informed decision.
If you've had a hot tub for a while, then you might start to notice that some of the parts are wearing out or are beginning to look old.
If everyone knew how dirty most public hot tubs are, they probably wouldn't touch the water. So what's the dirty truth?
4th of July is one of the biggest weekends for parties, barbecues, and festivities with family and friends. If you are a hot tub owner, like to entertain, and usually throw a 4th of July party in your backyard then preparations are an absolute must.
It's that time of year again when the sun is shining, pools and spas are getting more use, and backyard barbecues are the parties of choice. As a hot tub owner, you already have an advantage to creating a unique backyard party.