Winterizing a hot tub is a big question for new spa owners. Many of them are also thinking about draining their spa during the winter season.
Before we talk about winter hot tub accessories, we've already talked about how to protect yourself from the harsh weather conditions. Today, we'll show you some products that will help keep your hot tub in top shape.
A good fitting spa cover is important for minimizing heat loss and keeping your hot tub running smoothly. It's also important to make sure that the fitting is tight enough to avoid damaging the insulation.
Use high-wind straps to secure the cover. If the cover clips are broken, replace them with new ones that are tighter. Also, make sure that the folds are secure to prevent heat loss.
Protect your spa cover from the harsh winter weather with our Spa Cover Cap. It's a great way to keep your cover looking its best during the winter season.
The Cover Cap Spa cover cap can help extend the life of spa covers by improving their heat retention. It's also made with a silver reflective surface that can deter rodents and birds.
A floating spa blanket can help retain more heat in cold areas. In colder places, this can increase the water's heat retention by up to 50%.
There are three types of floating spa blankets: the durable radiant spa blanket, the floating foam blanket, and the economy spa bubble blanket.
Although a hot tub umbrella is often necessary, a hot tub enclosure is also commonly used to enclose a pool or spa.
Hot tub enclosures are made of various materials such as wood, fiberglass, and inflatable domes. These can be used to enclose a hot tub or add privacy to it. They can also help improve the efficiency of your hot tub's heating.
Heated Floor Mats
Since most outdoor hot tub facilities are located on a covered patio or a floor, winter hot tubbers have to cross a frozen tundra in order to access their hot tub.
If your hot tub is situated in a snowy area, consider using heated floor mats or patio pavers to keep the path clear of ice and snow. These products are also commonly used for stairs and the steps to your hot tub.
Having a spa handrail is a great addition to any spa. It can help make the most of the time when the steps are icy or wet, and it's a safety feature that will make the last step safer for everyone.
A spa handrail is a safety feature that's ready to go when you get out of the hot tub. It's also easy to install, and it fits nicely under the cabinet or under the spa step.
A Good Hat
A good hat will keep you from getting too hot in the hot tub. It's also a great way to keep your hair dry and prevents you from getting cold.
When it's cold, don't forget to wear a hat. This winter, add a pair of spa slippers and a robe to your wardrobe.
If you have any other questions about pool and spa products please do let us know - we are here to help!