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The rise in hot tub popularity over recent years has lead to many untruths about hot tubs which can scare or put people off wanting to own one. And with so many different sources, it's often hard to tell which information is correct and which is false. So to put your mind at ease if you're considering investing in a hot tub, here's some myth-busting information.
This is once concern that we are asked about by almost all of our customers. Many people believe that installing a hot tub will result in huge increases to their energy bills. In actual fact, modern innovation means that this is not the case. In all Dreamspas, we use only the very best technology which make our models energy efficient to run. In addition, the insulated cabinets and covers which come as standard help to massively reduce how much heat is lost from your hot tub, thus reducing the amount of time you need to run the heater for.
Hot tubs also don't require a permanent water supply and are simply filled with a hose. After the initial fill, you will need to keep the water level topped up of course, but providing you maintain the water quality, you will only need to fully drain and refill it very occasionally.
It's easy to see why this would be a concern for some people. A large tub of hot water is surely a breeding ground for bacteria and germs right? Providing you use the correct chemicals at the right dosage and regularly check your levels, a hot tub should be extremely clean. The filtration systems used in all of our hot tubs also help to remove any impurities in the water. Keeping the filters clean is also important. We always recommend to our customers that they keep a spare set of filters to hand for this reason.
Of course there is an element of maintenance required to keep your hot tub in tip top condition. However, this is not extensive and certainly won't take over your life! In fact, the hot tubs' filtration system will do most of the work for you. Before we leave you to enjoy your new hot tub, we make sure that everything is explained fully so you'll know exactly how to take care of your spa. You can even book an annual MOT to give your hot tub a full clean and service!
Obviously high levels of certain chemicals such as Chlorine can irritate the eyes and skin. However, the amount required to make hot tub water safe is very small and unlikely to cause most people a problem. If you are particularity sensitive to Chlorine, you may consider trying Bromine as an alternative sanitizer which is not as harsh.
At one point, hot tubs were considered to be a luxury item which most people could only dream of owning. Nowadays, they can be much more affordable. We offer a range of hot tubs to suit all requirements and budgets and with our 0% finance options, you may be pleasantly surprised to see how little a hot tub actually costs!
Most hot tubs have a temperature range between around 32-40 degrees Celcius. But how hot should your hot tub be for maximum enjoyment and safety?
The temperature outside may be dropping but that doesn't mean your hot tub should go into hibernation. In fact, Winter is the best time to use your hot tub.
Hot tubs offer a range of health and wellbeing benefits, so be sure to incorporate it into your daily routine to get the most out of it.
You may not realise it, but where you position your hot tub is actually a very important consideration. The correct positioning will not only ensure you get the most use out of your hot tub but also make it easier to maintain.
One of the biggest concerns for people considering buying a hot tub is the maintenance. In reality, if you keep on top of it, keeping a hot tub in tip top condition requires minimal effort.
We all know that lack of sleep can leave us feeling groggy, lethargic and unfocused, especially if it's a regular occurrence. A long soak in a hot tub can drastically improve the quality of your sleep thanks to the soothing benefits of warm water.