Regular hot tub maintenance is a must, in order to provide your family with a safe and healthy place to relax and play, as well as help maximize the life of your spa.
Proper use of hot tub chemicals is essential. The pH levels should always be kept within manufacturer's guidelines, to avoid unwanted effects like dry skin, eye irritation, and foul odor. Chemicals should always be handled carefully and kept out of reach of children.Hot tub filters should be checked often for grime or dirt buildup in the pleats. If these deposits cannot be cleaned out, the filter should be replaced.
If your hot tub is outdoors, be sure to keep the tub free from debris and change the water often. It is also a good idea to have your spa serviced once a year by a professional. Following these steps will help you get the most out of your spa.