Don't worry, a new spa from WET Pools is always a..
We proudly carry spas from these Quality Manufacturers
select to view complete library of available spas
Our Favorite Popular Models:
The 10 reasons why
owning a spa
They're An Escape
Even if you ignore all of the benefits that owning a hot tub can have for your health and mental well-being (there are many of those) owning a hot tub provides one simple thing that all of us need in our lives: an escape.
In today’s fast-paced world, it can be all too easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life and forget to take some time for yourself. But when you have a hot tub in your backyard, taking some time out to relax and unwind is as easy as stepping outside.
Stress is difficult enough to deal with, but hypertension can be especially hazardous for one’s health. It affects your muscles and organs, leading to higher blood pressure and other physical health issues.
Thankfully, soaking in a hot tub has shown to help reduce hypertension. A good soak can improve your body’s circulation as well. Using LED lighting that comes in some hot tubs can create a relaxing environment that calms and soothes as well.
Great for your skin
Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more reasons for you to own a hot tub, there comes yet another important one: soaking in a hot tub can improve your skin.
Hot tubs can be great for your skin! The warm water and steam help open pores and clear out dirt and impurities. For those that struggle with skincare, soaking in a hot tub can help with skin maintenance, allowing for a break from creams and lotions.
A good night’s sleep is essential for overall health, and a hot tub can help you get it. Soaking in warm water before bed relaxes muscles and eases tension, making it easier to fall asleep. Not only will you feel better physically and take away the stress of the day by relaxing in style, but you can improve the way you rest at night as well.
Studies have shown that those who use hot tubs with some frequency experience a better night’s sleep. Less tossing and turning, more REM sleep to leave you feeling rested and recharged when you wake up. When you’ve slept well, there’s nothing you can’t do!
The most obvious reason to add a hot tub to your home or yard is that it provides relaxation! Alleviating physical aches and pains is great and becomes essential the older we get, but mental strain can be even more daunting than physical strain.
Improved Flexibility and Mobility
This is important for those of us who are beginning to feel the strain of Father Time. The older we grow, the more and more limited we become in our movement. When we become stiff and immobile, that only leads to more aches and pains.
With a luxury hot tub, the jets and hot water will loosen and relax your joints and muscles, allowing for better flexibility and mobility. Improving these aspects of your physical well-being makes it easier to handle the stresses of the day and keeps you feeling loose and refreshed instead of tight and achy.
Back Pain Relief
One of the most common issues that people deal with in life are the aches and pains of the daily routine. Regardless of your age or physical fitness level, there will come a time when things feel tight or ache a bit from a rigorous day. The older we get, our backs tend to be where we feel these aches the most.
Improve Your Exercise Routine
Keeping fit and healthy is something that each of us works towards. For some, it is difficult to find time to go to the gym and put in the work required to keep us healthy and active. So having a jacuzzi at home can not only provide relaxation, but a place to get in a workout as well.
Enhance Your Lifestyle
While there are many benefits to a hot tub that can make you feel better physically, owning a hot tub can do quite a bit to enrich your life on an emotional level as well by providing a luxurious feeling each time you step in.
Not everyone owns a hot tub and having one in your home can make you feel like part of the cultural elite. Just knowing that a luxurious hot tub is awaiting you when you return home each day can be enough to enhance how you live.
Relationships require a lot of hard work and care to flourish. Sometimes, the work that gets put into a relationship isn’t instantly paid back and can result in some stresses. But with a hot tub in your home or on your property, you can create a romantic escape for yourself and your partner.
Tips and care for your spa
Tip 1: Circulation
Good water circulation will help prevent contaminants from becoming problems. Properly circulating SpaGuard products help keep the water inviting and ready for your soaking pleasure. Be sure to run your spa’s circulation system every day.
Tip 2: Filtration
Many spa issues are caused by poor filtration – when the filter is dirty or clogged, debris strays in the water. Spa filter cleaning has two steps: spraying off loose debris, then using SpaGuard Filter Cleaner to remove oils and other embedded contaminants.
Clean your spa filter every 4 weeks. Check your owner’s manual or ask your SpaGuard Dealer for information on how to remove and clean your filter.
Tip 3: Cleaning
Contaminants such as dirt, oil and even bacteria can accumulate at the waterline. Regular cleaning preserves spa surfaces and prevents unwanted buildup.
Tip 4: Draining and refilling
Regular draining and refilling is a normal part of spa maintenance. Over time, the water absorbs and dissolves minerals, chemicals and other soluble material.
Drain spa once every 4 months or once every 3 months depending on how much you use it.
Tip 5: Chemistry
There are two primary components that affect spa water quality: sanitizer (bromine or chlorine) residual and pH. Recommended levels are:
Bromine Residual (using Brominating Tablets) 2 -4 ppm
Bromine Residual (using Brominating Concentrate) 3 -6 ppm
Chlorine Residual (using Chlorinating Concentrate) 3 -5 ppm
Maintain pH between 7.4-7.6.
Weekly use of SpaGuard Spa Complete enhances your spa experience by ensuring you have clear and great-feeling water. Spa Complete also helps minimize water line build-up, reducing the amount of cleaning required.
Tip 6: Testing
The chemistry of your spa water needs to be checked regularly. Use SpaGuard products to maintain the correct levels, including: sanitizer residuals, pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, metals, and total dissolved solids. BioGuard 4-way Test Strips – test pH, total alkalinity, and sanitizer levels using only one strip.
Test water with BioGuard dealer at least once a month.
Maintaining proper levels will make the water clear and comfortable, kill bacteria that can multiply rapidly in a spa, protect spa surfaces from stains caused by metals, and protect spa equipment from scale.