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Hots tubs are a great place to relax and unwind and you’ve deicided your interested in one at home – but where to put one is your next question.In this blog we go over the pros and cons of both situations, however both are very feasible options.Firstly when putting a spa indoors the first thing you need to consider is dehumidification. This is because when the spa is kept hot it will throw off lots of steam. Also it is also advisable to think about the flooring near the spa as this may become slippery when wet as guests get...

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In this day and age saving money on energy bills is always a nice touch but how much does insulation play in the running costs of a spa? In fact it represents the largest proportion of the costs of running the hot tub, at approx £17 to heat up initially depending of capacity of the spa, you want to be sure that maintaining this temperature is cost effective to minimise the total cost.The first thing to bear in mind is the cover of the spa, this is the most important part of the insulation as the heat will rise from...

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When choosing your spa one of the first things you think of is which colour to go for. At Canadian Spa we have a wide range of colours to choose from however not all colours are equal. At Canadian Spa Co. we stock our most popular colour as standard, Silver Marble (white) the first advantage to this is you will receive your spa a lot faster with alternate colours taking around 6 – 8 weeks to produce. Next you have to think of what the water hardness is like in your area – darker colours such a black or dark...

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When choosing the surround on a hot tub it can sometimes be confusing as to what the options really mean. We find the question we get asked a lot is what is the difference between wood and composite pannels on a hot tub. For us this is a very good question as we went through it ourselves when deciding on how to manufacture our tubs. We originally used cedar wood siding on the the surrounds of our hot tubs however what we found was that it would look great in the show room however without constant staining and maintenence the...

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With our hot tubs all the water is self contained so you will not need a water connection – you can fill it with a garden hose , the hot tub will then filtrate the water and the user will need to top of the sanitiser chemical from time to time. However this is a very simple process with the hot tub doing a lot of the work in the background, it will use an included ozoneator to generate ozone which kills bacteria and the filter catching any debris that may get into the spa. 90% of users will change...

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