Typically, the average soaking temperature at 101 - 102⁰ F, but specific temperature is a personal preference.
Yes, hot tubs are designed to be left full of water and have power to them 24/7.
The benefit to a 110V hot tub is “plug n play” operation. A 220V hot tub requires installation by a licensed electrician, but the larger power supply allows a larger heater and additional pumps.
Keep your hot tub covered whenever you’re not in it or adding chemicals. The cover does an excellent job of holding heat and protecting the shell.
When adding chemicals, keep the pumps are running and the cover off to allow the tub to breathe and the chemical smell to dissipate. It also helps extend the life of your cover.
Keep an extra clean filter on hand. Make sure the pumps are off, then remove and replace the dirty filter. Use a hot tub filter cleaner according to package directions.
It is recommended to drain and clean your hot tub 3 - 4 times per year.
Yes, hot tubs are intended to be used year-round and are particularly enjoyable to use in cold temperatures.
The combination of hot water and jet massage is excellent for muscle and joint pain relief and stress reduction. Consult your doctor with any concerns.
An ozonator helps kill germs and bacteria in hot tub water. They are safe to use and will reduce the amount of sanitizer you need to add.