- Test Water weekly, if you use the Spa/Hut Tub very often, then test more frequently.
- Give you Spa shock treatment
- Clean and replace your filter as needed, this can solve many problems.
- Don’t forget to run your pump, maybe even consider a timer. You don’t want your water to get stagnant.
Nashville Spa Services and Repair
We found that many people have the same questions, so we wanted to help answer a few of these. Please call with any questions 615-412-0064.
Is a Spa worth the Costs?
Well this is surely up to you and your reasoning for buying one. Of course the determining factor will be how often it is used. Some other factors to consider are the medical benefits, spending time with family and friends, as well just to relax for a little while.
How much should I expect to see my utility bills go up with a Spa?
This depends on the model of the Spa. There are some that are very well insulated and some that are not, so this depends. Also if there is a circulation pump and a good bit of insulation, even in the coldest winter you might be looking at $20-$30/month.
Can I put my Spa in doors?
Yes, this has become very popular! Some people put them in their basement, garage, screened in porch or even a spare bedroom. However, you need to have clearance to put the Spa where you want it as well as to disassemble it. Additionally, you need proper ventilation so an open window or at least a bathroom fan where you might not have access to a window, when the Spa is in use.
What is the difference between a Spa and a Hot Tub?
Back in the 1960’s the term “Hot Tubbing” was used as it referred to the wooden barrel shaped tubs. Later they started to make this tubs with fiberglass or with thermoplastic shells and these were referred to as “Spas” to show the difference from their wooden cousins. Now the term “Hot Tubbing” can be taken to mean using either vessel.