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Posts Tagged ‘hot tub filters’

How to Retire Hot Tub Filters

Hot tubs are such a nice way to relax, and you deserve the time to soak and release all that nasty tension from a hard day. What you definitely do not deserve is a collection of filth and broken parts because of a faulty hot tub filter. They need to be changed regularly, because they cleanRead the full story

Working for a spa retailer and service center I received a lot of calls from spa owners complaining, “My spa won’t heat!”  Dirty spa filters were usually the culprit and an easy fix for the customer. Spa filters are made of a pleated mesh material and are the hardest working part of your spa.  They filter theRead the full story

Getting the right spa parts is easy!

So you were just looking around on the deck, checking out the spa and it hit you. It’s time to give this baby a thorough check-up and get it back in peak condition. So let’s start with the obvious: Is the shell and cabinet in good shape? No cracks or other damage? How about theRead the full story

Spa filters are a key element to the health of your spa because they work to clean all the contaminants – like body oil, dirt, hair, leaves and bugs – from your home spa. However, all that hard work doesn’t just happen. You have to take an active part in keeping your spa filter clean. It’sRead the full story

Hot Tub Things has your replacement spa parts

What’s a committed spa user to do? Your spa is down for the count, so you need some new spa parts. When you’re looking for replacement spa parts, you need to look for two things, quality and value. Why pay more when you don’t have to? Shop where the parts are the best quality at theRead the full story

Two major components of a hot tub are the circulation and filtration systems. These two systems work hand-in-hand to ensure your hot tub stays clean and healthy. While circulation ensures the proper distribution of required chemicals and aerates the water to keep debris moving, filtration helps to keep the water clear by trapping debris. BothRead the full story


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