Picture the scenario…you have bought your spa and you feel the need to add some extra accessories to enhance your experience and comfort.
The cold winter season can be a great time to enjoy your spa. Read about some ideas to help properly maintain it during this time or how to completely winterise your spa if you choose not to use it during the winter months.
One of the best ways to protect your hot tub cover from the elements is to use a cover cap.
Canadian Spa Company offer Spa servicing and repairs on all makes and models of hot tubs and Swim spas. Have a look at our Maintenance Packages to find the one for you.
Take advantage of aSpa Health Check from Canadian Spa Company.
When you purchased your hot tub you may have noticed that it came equipped with an “Ozone Generator” but may be unsure as to how it functions or what it does.
Hot tub clips are essential for securing your hot tub cover as well as helping insulate your spa.
If your hot tub is experiencing circulation issues or is showing either dr or HH, you may have a large pocket of air trapped within your pipework (plumbing). This reduces the circulation of the hot tub as water isn’t allowed to properly flow through the heater and is known as an “airlock”.
Hot tub water may freeze up in extreme cold weather if there is loss of power to the spa or spa has been drained down but pipes not cleared of excess water. Freezing pipes can result in pipes/component damage so it is important to thaw the ice and empty the spa as soon as possible until an experienced spa engineer can visit to repair.