How To Maintain A Normal Chemical Balance For Spas In Minneapolis

 

Maintenance on a hot tub or spa is very different from the maintenance and repairs that are common for a pool. On average, a home pool is roughly 30,000 gallons of water and typically there is not a heating element involved. For a hot tub, you are looking at under 1,000 gallons. You can imagine what could go wrong in a smaller concentrated area of water where the tub is covered and can allow for bacteria to cover if not properly maintained. While most people choose to look after their own spas in Minneapolis, it is important to have a professional go over the steps with you.

As with a pool however, you never really know what could go wrong or why a certain chemical is off so it is best to get familiar with all the parts of the spa. You don’t have the big exterior pumps and cleaners that a pool has in this case, but there are systems that you should familiarize yourself with so that if a part malfunctions you will know how to repair it or when to call out the professionals. Apart from jets, pumps, spa packs and other equipment you also need to have professional chemicals on hand.

As is the case with most over-the-counter products that homeowners can buy for simple do-it-yourself products, nothing will ever be as good as the product that the professionals from The Pool Store Inc. use for their maintenance and repair issues. Especially when it comes to the concentration of certain chemicals. A commercialized store will not be able to sell chemicals to a homeowner the way a professional would be able to use said chemical for Spas in Minneapolis.

With that being said, it is important to watch three major chemical balances on your spa. Alkalinity, chlorine, and calcium hardness all work together in order to create a pH balance that is somewhere safely between the 7.2 and 7.8 measurement in the spa. Obviously then 7.4 would be perfect and that is the same amount that is found in the eye. By adjusting one chemical at a time at least one hour apart you should be able to bring the chemicals to a healthy balance that it is safe to relax in.

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    Author: Kendrick Wilkes

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