There is something serene and magical about soaking in your hot tub during the winter! The air is crisp and clear. The hot tub water is heavenly! Snow is gently falling all around you. It’s an amazing experience! However, if you are closing your house and heading to a warmer climate for the season, please take all available precautions to prevent your hot tub from freezing. So, what must you do to winterize a hot tub?
What does Nordic recommend to keep my hot tub water sparkling clean, clear and sanitized? We recommend Nordic customers use granulated sodium di-chlor in our hot tubs – don’t confuse this with liquid chlorine or calcium hypochlorite. Why granulated sodium di-chlor? There are a number of reasons why we recommend this particular product. Read on!
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HELP! Some (or all) of the jets in my hot tub aren't working. What do I do?
One of the best places to install your new Nordic Hot Tub is on your deck! Especially if it is an elevated structure, you will have great views while you relax.
The GFCI on my electrical hook up keeps tripping! What do I do?
While Spring and Fall are great times to maintain and inspect your hot tub cover, you will want to check on it regularly to avoid any unpleasant surprises. Your hot tub cover is a very important part of your hot tub! Kind of like the roof on your house! And, you’ll want to make sure your cover is in great working condition so your hot tub is protected and ready to use during the winter months. Here are a few tips for cleaning and maintaining your hot tub cover: