A hot tub provides a great outlet for relaxing your body, especially after a day of activities that leave you tender or sore. It could be a way of rewarding yourself after participating in sports or outdoor games, or just taking a breather after engaging your mind in heavy thinking. The water jets deliver a massage in the water that keeps you calm and helps you relax. It is a wholesome treat for you and your family or friends, lying just within your reach. However, to ensure that this experience remains wonderful and enjoyable for all, you must maintain it regularly. This includes changing the water three to four times a year.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNS THAT I NEED TO CHANGE MY WATER?
When the water in your hot tub begins to look cloudy or foamy, this is an indication that the water needs to be cleaned and/or changed. This means that your water is dirty and needs to be treated with water care products, or replaced completely.
For those who have an outdoor hot tub, it is advisable to clean your water as foreign particles are probably going to enter. This can range from particles such as blown dust and leaves to microorganisms that are invisible to the naked eye. Having odorous water is also a sign that it has been contaminated and has to be changed. You could also rely on your calendar to tell you when it’s been three to four months and it’s time to change the water.
WHAT COULD HAPPEN IF I DON’T CHANGE MY WATER?
There are a lot of things that could happen as a result of having the same water sitting inside your hot tub for ages unchanged. First of all, if the foreign particles clog your jets, they mess with the massage ability and reduce the fullness of your experience. They could also interfere with your filters, which in turn means that your water remains dirty.
In the end, not changing your water routinely risks damage to the various hot tub parts and could end up costing you money in the long run, not to mention the chance of having to replace the hot tub accessories that you have invested in as well, such as the cover or floating drink holders.
PROPER MAINTENANCE WITH AJ SPA & HOT TUBS
It’s better to stay safe and have a healthy hot tub. Changing the water in your hot tub is a huge part of maintaining it at its best performance. You should always look out for the signs that it’s time to bring in clean water. The more you are in your tub, the more you need to change the water.
Read more about maintaining clean water in the other articles that can be found on our blog today. You can also request for one of our trained staff to assess the water and inspect your hot tub during a routine service appointment. This way you won’t have to beat yourself trying to come up with a calendar to keep up with water changing dates. It’s all covered!