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May 19, 2017

Prep for High Bather Loads

Pool Party + Friends & Family + Clear Water = FUN

Are you planning a pool party? Blow up the pool floats and start the grill because it’s time for the best party of the year!

In this article, we’re going to look at how to prep your pool for high bather loads. Here are a few tips for maximum pool enjoyment the day of the party! (more…)

May 19, 2017

Prepping for Your Memorial Day Party

Memorial Day is the unofficial kick off to several months of summer fun! This is why you want to get your party right!

In this article, we look at prepping for your Memorial Day party so you can celebrate with friends and family while we  remember the men and women who’ve fought for our freedom.

Whether you’re having a barbecue, swimming in the pool, soaking in a hot tub or doing all three, this checklist is for you.


May 12, 2017

Time to Test Your Hot Tub Water

Did you know it’s time to test your hot tub water?

Your hot tub water needs to be tested regularly, especially if you are actively using it or having high bather loads.


How often should you test it? The frequency depends on your region, weather conditions and how much it gets used. For example – the more users, the more you test.

A good rule of thumb for most people is to test the water four to five times per week,. Use a good quality test kit to ensure your water is safe and clear for all your soakers – friends and family.

Adding Chemicals

It can be extremely challenging to add chemicals to a smaller body of water because adding too much can cause major shifts in chemistry.

You want to make sure you accurately measure any chemical youuse based on the gallons of water in your hot tub to prevent equipment damage or skin damage.

A special note when adding chemicals – if you add too much acid, and if it’s not properly balanced, it can ruin your heating element.

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