HotSpring® Spas Are The World’s #1 Selling Brand Of Hot Tubs For Lots Of Very Good Reasons!
The whole Phoenix AZ region is loaded with cheap low-end hot tub outlets that simply can’t and don’t even come close to measuring up to the HotSpring family of hot tubs.
You truly owe it to yourself to learn why at the Desert Hot Tubs showroom nearest you!
• Totally Professional Turn Key Experience – from hot tub Purchase to Expert Installation Including New Owner Orientation
• 5 Year Warranty
• Noise Free
• No Bypass 100% Water Filtration and Sanitation
• Most Energy Efficient
• Engineered and Built To Last
• Patented Moto Massage Jets
• Many, many more reasons
We openly invite all metro Phoenix AZ area residents to stop in and see for yourself exactly how great the Absolute Best Hot Tub Ownership Experience can really be.
HotSpring Spas are the World’s #1 Selling Brand of Hot Tubs
Desert Hot Tubs – is your multiple award winning Phoenix AZ valley exclusive factory direct dealer for HotSpring® Spas Hot Tubs, the only hot tub brand to sell over 1 million spas……for lots of very good reasons, Caldera® Spas Hot Tubs and Endless Pools® Swim Spas and Aquatic Fitness Systems.
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HotSpring® Spas have been in the hot tub industry for over 37 years, they and Caldera Spas® Hot Tubs and Endless Pools® Swim Spas are all part of Masco Corporation – a Fortune 500 company whose family of quality products also include:
Patios and Hot Tubs
We get asked this question all the time: I've got a hot tub. What's the difference between chlorine and bromine in my spa?
There are a couple differences. Chemically, they are closely related, being next to each other on the periodic table. However, in hot water they react very differently.
When you first add a chemical to your hot tub, you are creating a residual, or trying to. Chlorine has a very short life in hot water, so when you add it, it'll go in, kill germs and bacteria, and be gone pretty soon--as in within hours. Some people like this, some don't. I'm drawn away from it because I don't want to have to worry as much about my hot tub maintenance. With chlorine, you may have to add some every day, depending on how often you use your tub. Once the heat and bacteria affect it, it is gone from your water.
Chlorine has a lower initial cost, but will require more attention from you, and you'll need to add it fairly often. Bromine is less maintenance and you'll use less of it.
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Hot Tub Chemicals
Hot tubs are a great place to relax and usually if there is one at home, everyone in the family wants to get in, and of course with public tubs like those at hotels and other lodging facility there is no telling who was sitting in there before. Tub chemicals are used to disinfect the water and to prevent buildup in the hot tub.
The List of Chemicals
The sanitizers or disinfectants are probably the single most important chemicals that go into the hot tubs. They can be a breeding ground for bacteria because of the warm water. Chlorine is one of the tub chemicals that are used in both pools and tubs. There are different concentration levels of chlorine that is used for the different applications. There are non chlorine sanitizers that are available. Biguanide is a chemical sanitizer that is non chlorine. The Biguanide releases fewer odors than chlorine based products.
Chemicals and Care
Using chemicals to care is the best way to insure the life of the tub and to keep the.