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Our collection of natural Canadian hemlock wood saunas are known to use far infrared (FIR) this helps with detoxifying, relaxation and is known to have many health benefits. Using far infrared carbon heaters allows us to distribute heat quickly, evenly, and efficiently to help achieve the maximum benefits of a full body sauna treatment while keeping energy costs low. A leading source from Chilliwack Naturopathic Clinic has quoted that FIR reacts well with the following heath conditions– “joint inflexibility, muscle spasms, recovery from slight depression, changes in metabolism, weight reduction, congestive heart failure, and persistent aches”   Toxins are removed...

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The winter season in Canada can be brutal when it comes to cold weather, and freezing temperatures can cause problems for spas. If your spa won’t be used for an extended period of time during the winter season, we highly recommend that you properly winterize it to prevent any damage that may occur to the spa components. As outlined in your owners manual, here is the proper way to winterise your hot tub. What you’ll need: Wet/dry shop vacuum (or similar product) Sponge Phillips head drill bit and drill Plastic bags Garden hose (if you don’t want the water draining...

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When we build a spa, we build with all the options and features as standard, including: • Perimeter lighting: Perimeter ‘waterline’ lighting and cascading LED-backlit waterfall(s) plus a large under water LED safety light to help users enter/exit the spa. • MP3 System: All our acrylic spas come equipped with a set of water-resistant speakers that can play music from any device with a standard (3.5mm) headphone jack. Illuminated speakers slowly rise and retract from their housing designed to make them look seamless part of the overall design of the spa. • Adjustable jets: Our spa jets are adjustable allowing you to individually...

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If your hot tub is experiencing circulation issues or is showing either dr or HH, you may have large pockets of air within your heater. This reduces the circulation of the hot tub as water isn’t allowed to properly flow through the heater and is known as an “airlock”. To fix this situation, follow the steps below. Turn off your spa breaker/electrics Remove the spa panel in front of the Control pack. Follow the plumbing leading from the Control Pack until it reaches the Motor/Pump (this is the pump that controls heating/filter cycles) Loosen the highest Union Nut – air will come out, once...

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