Products All Salt Water Pools Should Have

Salt water pools are great for many reasons… easy maintenance, softer water, automatic sanitizer… why wouldn’t you want to switch? Here is a list of all of the products you’ll need to switch your pool over to saltwater!

4 Ways to Save Money on your Spa This Winter

Having a hot tub during wintertime? Great! Saving money AND having a hot tub during wintertime? EVEN BETTER! Use a hot tub cover, take advantage of the Aqua-Tech water lab, follow your regular hot tub chemical maintenance program, and check up on your hot tub regularly are just a few of the many ways to… Read More»

3 Tips to Open up to a Clear Pool in the spring

Ahh… spring time! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and pools are opening. Nobody wants to go through the hassle of cleaning up swampy, green pool water after a long cold winter. Here are 3 tips to remember to open up to a clear pool… Read More»

5 Ways to Have Naturally Pool Proof Skin

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Is your skin a bit sensitive to harsh pool chemicals but you love swimming in your pool? Don’t worry! We’ve got 5 natural ways to “pool proof” your skin while swimming in the pool! 

Excessive Sanitizer (Bromine and Chlorine) in Hot Tubs

We are often asked what is the most important thing to take care of in your hot tub…. the answer is easy: sanitizer – it is the one thing that keeps you and your loved ones safe while having spa fun. Bromine/Chlorine levels are very important to maintain at ideal levels. When bromine/chlorine levels are… Read More»

Low Sanitizer (Bromine and Chlorine) in Hot Tubs

Oh no! I have low sanitizer in my hot tub! In hot tub water, it is very important to ensure you have a proper sanitizer level. Sanitizer is a chemical substance that kills bacteria in hot tub water. Different types of sanitizers are chlorine and bromine. Low bromine/chlorine levels in a hot tub mean that the… Read More»

Biofilm in Spas

The word “biofilm” is gross and scary – to hot tub owners, it should be. A biofilm is a biological microorganism in which the cells stick to surfaces. This hot tub problem is becoming more and more common and is referred to as “slime” because of the extracellular polymeric substance they contain – big words meaning… Read More»