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Hot Tub Service Pre-arranged price

£265.00 £195.00

Hot Tub Service Pre-arranged price rate  £195

You will be asked to read and agree to these Terms and Conditions of Sale before you place an order for Products and/or Installation Services from us.

Servicing carried out on your premises.

You will need to provide: Water, power point, drainage within 10 meters of tub or pool, no dogs or children in vicinity of area while maintenance being carried out.

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Hot Tub Service Pre-arranged price rate  £195

You will be asked to read and agree to these Terms and Conditions of Sale before you place an order for Products and/or Installation Services from us.

Servicing carried out on your premises.

You will need to provide: Water, power point, drainage within 10 meters of tub or pool, no dogs or children in vicinity of area while maintenance being carried out.

FAQs

Can You Drain Hot Tub Water on Grass?

Hot tub water is very unlikely to damage your lawn but if you are concerned or have a newly set or delicate lawn then it is good practice to not add chlorine for a period and allow the chlorine to level to drop to near 0 before draining the water onto your grass. You can also test a small amount of water on an area of your lawn to see if it does cause damage before draining fully. If you are letting your chlorine level drop below 3ppm, do not use the hot tub and ensure you shock the water with chlorine when it is refilled.

To ensure no damage occurs it is best to drain your hot tub straight to a drain.

Why Do I Need To Empty My Hot Tub?

One level that you may not have heard of and one that is very rarely tested in domestic hot tubs is TDS (Total Dissolved Solids). This measures everything that is dissolved in hot tub water including chemicals (PH balancers, chlorine, bromine etc), organic matter from bathers and anything else that has found its way into your hot tub water. When TDS gets too high the water is very saturated and becomes difficult to work with. With high TDS you may experience some of the following:

  • Unable to balance PH.
  • Using lots of chemicals.
  • Water smells or is tinted.
  • Scale buildup on the hot tub.

Although there are ways to prevent TDS getting too high, once it is high and you are experiencing some of the above issues, the only way to reduce TDS is to drain and refill your hot tub with fresh water. This is why the general recommendation is to drain your hot tub every 3-4 months to prevent the TDS from ever getting too high.

Another reason you need to drain your hot tub is to flush out the pipework and ensure a good deep clean. This will be explained below.

How we Drain Hot Tub Completely?

The only way to remove every drop of water from your hot tub is using a wet and dry vacuum. You can then suck all the water out from every jet and the small residue left in the footwell by the submersible pump. There will always be a small amount left in the pipework but this will be cleaned when you refill and dose with sanitiser.

How Often to Drain a Hot Tub?

Every 3-4 months. If your water is not showing a chlorine reading after adding lots, you are finding it hard to balance the PH or the water smells and is unclear then your water is probably due a change.

 

Relax essex will not be liable for any loss or damages arising from any of the above.