Hot Tubs

Mineraluxe Spa and Mineraluxe Swim Spa – Whats the difference?

What is Mineraluxe? The Mineraluxe System is a simple weekly treatment of one Mineraluxe Cube, advanced fusion of proprietary minerals, one pouch of Mineraluxe Oxygen to deep cleanse bathers wastes, providing unparalelled water clarity and your choice of sanitizers. Sanitizers include Bromating Granules or Tablets, and Chlorinating Granules or Tables. The Mineraluxe Suite of accessory products… Read More»

Mineraluxe Hot Tubs! Let’s Getting started!

Today we giving Mineraluxe some much needed love and attention! <3 Mineraluxe is the only hot tub treatment system that is hypo-allergenic! This means that people who have skin conditions or other health issues can still use the hot tub without being negatively affected by its chemicals! This system is one of the easiest, most natural… Read More»

How to Get Rid of Foam From Your Hot Tub

We have all had foam or have at least heard of foam build-up in hot tubs. This pesky foam can become an extreme nuisance while relaxing in your spa. So what causes this build-up? To know why, and how to fix it, we must go  back to the basics.

How to Fix a Cloudy Hot Tub

Unlike swimming pools, spas have a low volume of water kept at high temperatures. This amplifies the effect of all the contaminants introduced by bathers and by nature, such as sunscreen and leaves. Without proper care, your spa can become a horrifying stew of bacteria and debris that won’t just leave you with a cloudy… Read More»

When Can I Install My Hot Tub in Winnipeg?

There are a few considerations that affect when you can install your hot tub in Winnipeg. Here is a short list:   Will you be installing the spa on an existing wooden deck or concrete surface? If it’s on a wooden deck that can support the weight of a hot tub than you could install… Read More»

Base for a Hot Tub

A hot tub with water and people weighs about 5,000 pounds. It’s important it rests on a flat , level and secure surface. It must be flat so the weight of the tub is distributed evenly, if one area of the base juts up then it may cause structural damage to the spa. Normal distribution… Read More»