Spa Tips

  • Sanitizer Level

    Never enter a spa or hot tub unless the sanitizer level is adequate to keep the water healthy and free from harmful microorganisms.

  • Storing Chemicals

    Chemicals, additives and cleaning compounds for your spa should be stored in a cool, dry, and well ventilated location – away from direct sunlight and out of the reach of children.

  • Drugs and Alcohol Guidelines

    Hot water in your spa heightens the effects of alcohol and certain drugs. Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages in a hot tub or spa. Consult your doctor regarding the use of prescription drugs.

  • Time and Temperature

    Soaking for too long in elevated water temperatures of a hot tub can raise body heat to hazardous levels. The National Spa and Pool Institute considers 104° F to be the maximum safe water temperature for adults.

  • Guidelines For Children and Infants

    Children and infants should be supervised at all times around a hot tub or spa. It is best to introduce them to a hot tub or spa slowly, giving them time to adjust to the change in temperature and to alleviate fear or discomfort.