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by Greg Sands on February 27, 2015
Ever lift your cover, turn on the jets and "BAM!",   you start coughing or your nose gets all tingly like you just took some Alka-Seltzer - now what?  First thing to ask yourself, and be truthful, is have I been maintaining the chemicals? If you've let the hot tub go for over a month or so without checking your chemicals or just...
by Greg Sands on March 3, 2014
Do your filters look like the one pictured on the right? Keep your filters CLEAN!!!  Hot tub filters are your friend.  They keep the bad stuff out of the water so you and your tub stay healthy.   Try the following to keep the filters working properly and your water clean. Follow the SpaGuard program.  Using all of the p...
by Greg Sands on February 7, 2014
Shopping Tips for Buying the Best Hot Tub   To make sure you get the spa you really want, be sure to share your expectations, dreams, likes and dislikes with your salesperson. Let the salesperson know you are serious.  Don't use the old line "I'm just browsing".  Let us know what you are looking for: "I am looking for...
by Greg Sands on January 20, 2014
Big Green Egg is adding yet another grill to their offering.  Spring of 2014 is when Big Green Egg is supposed to start offering this moster of a grill.  This grill is large enough to roast a hog, 20 racks of ribs, or 40 burgers.  The Big Green Egg XXL is a culinary toll unlike any other!  It offers a cooking grid that meausre 2...
by Greg Sands on December 28, 2013
Here are five tips to make your daily hot tub experience the best it can be. Time: Twenty minutes is the recommended time to spend in the tub at one time.  This allows you to get the benefits of improved circulation, detoxification, and cardiac output.  Don't overdo it, you can always come back later for another dip. Temperature: you ...
by Greg Sands on December 27, 2013
It is very important to keep the water level under control on your pool's winter cover.  We recommend that you try to keep the water level around 2-3 inches on above ground solid covers as well as water tube style in-ground pool covers.  The temperatures are on the rise and you should take advantage of this small window to pump or syphon ...
by Greg Sands on August 10, 2013
This week a national recording artist's son nearly drowned in a residential pool.  The four year old son of Usher dove after a toy that had fallen in to the pool's drain.  His arm became stuck in the uncovered pool drain.  Unfortunately, this incident serves as a reminder about entrapment avoidance in pools and spas.  The follow...
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