What is provided when I purchase my spa?
Purchasing a spa also includes, a new spa cover, cover lifter, all chemicals needed, chemical sheet, and free delivery!
Can I put jets in custom?
Since we build our own spas, we can put jets in anywhere!
What is your Warrenty?
6 years on shell 2 years on motor
2 years on pact 1 year on labor
What AMP do you use?
We use 50amp dedicated breaker, and Gfci breaker (ground fault interrupt). You can always have an electrician contact us!
What kind of surface can the tub sit on?
Concreate, reinforced deck (decks built to support hot tubs), pavement, etc. It is always best to not set a spa directly on the ground.
Chemicals, what do we need?
Sanitizer, this is what kills the bacteria in the water
Oxidizer: After the bacteria is killed, the oxidizer will get the substance out of the water either by the filter, or oxidizing it out of the water.
Test Strips: Will help adjust the ph, alkalinity, calcium hardness, etc.
Extras, What do we use them for?
Leisure Time Metal Gon: this is to be used in your spa if you have well water
SpaPure Defoamer: This cuts the foam our of the water. You only need a couple drops. Foam can be caused by swimsuit residue from the washing machine!
What is the difference between chemicals?
There are 4 main chemicals that are used in spas, Chlorine based, Bromine based, Peroxcide, and mineral (chemical free!). Chlorine works better in cold water where Bromine works better in hot water. They are the same family of chemicals and provide the same result. Sanitize!
Testing Strips, what do they do?
All test strips are going to have four components they measure. How much sanitizer is in it, how much chlorine or bromine. Test strips measure ph, alkalinity, and calcium hardness.
Can you mix chemicals?
No! All chemicals must be used separately.
What about ph increaser, alkalinity etc?
These are not chemicals and can be used with any chemicals stated above. (Baqua spa, chlorine, bromine, and peroxcide)
Filters, how do we know what filter is ours?
There are a wide variety of filters. Try to find the make and model. length, and width of the filter. What does the top and bottom look like? is there a hole? Is it threaded, what are the sizes of the thread. You can always bring in your filter or take a picture and we can assist you from there!