Valuable Information for Hot Tub Owners
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!
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.
Spring and Fall are good times to drain and thoroughly clean your hot tub. Don’t forget to check the cover, chemicals, filters, test strips, filter, etc. to make sure everything is fresh and in great working order.
Here is a quick and simple checklist for you to follow to make sure your hot tub is ready for your soak sessions:
A clean filter will help keep your hot tub water clean, clear and ready to use!
Proper cleaning of your hot tub filter will also lessen strain on the hot tub equipment. Just like an air filter in your car or the filter in your home furnace, the cleaner your hot tub filter is, the better everything works.
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. But, not all decks are created equal. While your deck may be more than adequate for hosting backyard grilling parties, it may not be designed to hold the considerable weight of a hot tub filled with water and people.
For those of us who live in the north, the winter season makes up a majority of the year so we need to enjoy it! Wintertime doesn’t always mean staying bundled up in the house, drinking hot cocoa, and watching Netflix. The winter (for us hot tub owners) can mean slipping on our swim suits, grabbing some hot tea, and settling into your Nordic Hot Tub!
Extremely warm ambient air temperatures can create issues for your hot tub too. After all, a hot tub is a small body of water. If the sunshine and warm temps heat up large bodies of water like lakes and pools, it’s only reasonable that your hot tub is affected as well.