Winter is surely the best time for hot tubbing – whether your tub is installed indoors, with a view to the outside world or enclosed in a warm space or it is installed outside, winter is certainly the period when you can make the most of your appliance. To ensure that your hot tub performs as you expect it to, safely delivering the jets and keeping you warm, here are some tips from the professionals:
- keep the tub covered – hot tubs usually come with a cover that you should ideally keep on whenever the top is out of use. The rule is important to observe with any tub, especially with appliances installed outdoors;
- Do not drain and disconnect the tub when the appliance is out of use only for a shorter periods – you should empty your tub and unplug it if you are planning to keep it out of use four months, but for breaks that last only a day or two, there is no point in draining and disconnecting your tub;
- Do not neglect any sign of incorrect operation – a tripping circuit breaker, water that is either too cold or too hot, jets that do not work as they should are all signs that you need a professional Centennial electrician to look at your appliance. Do not attempt any repairs on your own – leave it all to the experts.