How Do I Enjoy My Hot Tub in 2016
Life with a hot tub in the wintertime is full of beautiful imagery.
Dipping your toes into hot water. Next, the rest of your body slowly enters, as the heat permeates. All the ills from the world around you escapes, as you melt into a state of bliss. There’s snow, steam, clear water. It’s basically a backyard vacation, as you can appreciate how good being warm feels when it’s cold outside.
We here at Pools of Fun are experts in all things aquatic, and sell many chemicals for maintaining and enjoying your hot tub this winter. Enjoying your hot tub, whirlpool or spa is fantastic in the summertime, but even better during December, January and February. Here are a few tips to make sure your spa is on the up and up this winter.
Keep It Hot
A pool and spa system is much more than just a hole in the ground coated with concrete. With pipes and filter systems, maintaining the back-end of your hot tub is just as important as treating the water. Your hot tub has a built-in thermostat, so make sure you set your timer to whichever ‘no-freeze’ setting is required. Doing this prevents pipes from freezing and causing catastrophic damage.
Keeping operating costs down difficult to do, as heat wants to escape quickly in the cold. There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting in a hot tub for a healthy amount of time and having the water cool down. Reheating to an acceptable temperature takes far too long, and can make you loathe your investment. Make sure your cover is sealed tight to keep your spa in prime condition. Consistently hot water means less chemicals evaporating, which saves you money.
Sit Back and Relax
Homeowners often don’t utilize their spas as much as they should. So don’t let your hot tub become a backyard ornament, and actually use the thing! Appreciate your investment by putting on that swimsuit and unwinding.
When looking to design a pool in 2016, give us a call today. Our team is on hand at our five convenient locations around Indianapolis to answer your questions. Pools of Fun has 34 years of experience in Central Indiana.