feel the same and will no doubt be hiring a pool and spa professional to maintain their investment. Because while it is not quite rocket science, maintaining a spa can be labor intensive, and there are certain nuances to the job that the average homeowner doesn’t know.
For example, spas are particularly susceptible to becoming bacterial breeding grounds, and special care must be taken to ensure this doesn’t happen.
Spas also have distinct needs when it comes to pH and scale control.
It’s often said that spas are not just miniature pools. They have specific differences that create specialized maintenance requirements.
And if they aren’t little pools, they certainly aren’t glorified bath tubs.
No – when it comes to spas and hot tubs, the care is best left to the professional, and that’s what this issue of Service Industry News is all about.