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»
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»
Question: What are the 3 main things people in Winnipeg hate about winter in Winnipeg? It’s flippin’ cold (as in, I’ll flip you to see who goes out to start the car) We never spend any quality time outside (Shoveling. Does. Not. Count.) Did I already mention it’s cold outside (yes, but one winter spans… Read More»
1. Stimulates Your Heart A hot tub offers some specific benefits that your body and mind will thank you for after each use. The 102 degree water stimulates your heart to cool your body down so it sends more blood to all parts which in turn heals sore muscles from the increased blood flow. The… Read More»
1. Location & Privacy We all need some time to reduce the stress in our lives and what better way than having an outdoor private soak in your own backyard! There’s something about the privacy of your own residence and hot water mixed with looking up at the stars that just works. To make this dream a… Read More»
You could be looking at doing something simple like putting a pergola or a gazebo over your spa to give it a more inclusive feel into your back yard, or maybe something more elaborate, like building it into your deck with steps and seating! Either way, every back yard is different, every person’s tastes… Read More»
There are three parts to a hot tub cost….. The initial cost, the installation cost and the maintenance cost. The initial cost will range from $1,000 for a used spa to $20,000 for the most deluxe new hot tub. Consider a used spa if you don’t mind some risk and have the ability… Read More»
1. Yes, you need a building permit. Ideally you have a survey certificate with a legal description of your property. Draw/sketch the proposed spa location and head down to the permit office. 2. The hot tub has to be 2’ from your lot line if you live inside the City of Winnipeg. In rural… Read More»
Yes, the Trio weekly hot tub water care system is the simplest, most cost and time effective method of taking care of your spa and hot tub water. Don’t let the 3-month duration of the kit make you think that in our Manitoba winter that you can’t use the system – it is quick and easy!
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