NOTES The number one question we are asked is how to winterize a hot tub. To start, please know that most damage occurs to hot tub spas is caused by improper winterization. Also please note that the damage done due to freezing is very costly to repair. Be careful if you choose to close down… Read More»
No one wants to see BLACK GOO in their bathtub when they turn the jets on. We have a couple of different products that will get rid of your GOO for good! Swirl Away Removes dirt, oil and other build-up in the plumbing lines that impede jet action. Use this product prior to draining the… Read More»
In navigating the current health situation, we will continue to help you provide a place of refuge, renewal and support within your home. Our focus will be on doing this with the utmost attention on the health and safety of you, our staff and our community. Ensuring that pools and hot tubs are functional and… Read More»
We have seen it all and we know, no one wants to swim in a cloudy pool! The three things we are going to look at that are key in water clarity are… Circulation Filtration Water Chemistry CHECK OUT THE CIRCULATION SYSTEM… Check to make sure the return jets are pointing down at a 45… Read More»
Have you ever looked at your hot tub and thought, “Is there supposed to be this much foam?”
When a new technology comes out, many people have questions about it! Today we are going to talk about tubs using the copper/silver/zinc method which is also know as ionization and we are going to talk about the oxygen molecule and what is the story about ozone hot tubs. We are going to get a… Read More»
The deinifition of pH is potential hydrogen. It is the measure of acidity and basicity of a solution. pH has to do with the relationship between the checmicals (H+) and (OH-) Ions and has a scale from 0 – 14. A pH of 7 is considered to be neutral. If the pH is less then 7… Read More»
There is so much confusion over how to maintain pH and today we are going to make it crystal clear! The secret to maintaining your pH is actually your alkalinity.
There are 4 kinds of pool goo: Vinyl Plasticisers, Organic Decomposition, Chlorine Goo, and Pool Scum.
Biofilm is the rapidly reproducing of colony microorganisms surrounded by their protective slime in an aqueous environment.