spa care

Old 04-11-00, 07:51 PM
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We are moving into a house that has a spa already included. I'm not sure that we want to go to the expense of a service guy coming to the house a couple of times per month.

Most of the people that I know outside of CA do their own basic spa care. Is there a good book on this?

Thanks for your input.

Old 04-16-00, 08:10 AM
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No need to hire a service person. You can learn to maintain the spa.

A visit to any pool supply store will find all the needed information booklets and supplies. I suggest buying a water testing kit.

Basically there are a few items that need to be done.

Keep it covered when not in use.
Maintain the correct chemical balance.
Run the filtering system daily.
Cleaning the filter.

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