Thinking about how to improve your overall well-being? A home spa offers daily
rejuvenation, and reconnection. A 20-minute hot tub soak each day can help you relax, feel empowered through
self-care, and allow you to spend quality time with your family and friends. Our Wellness blog shows you
Here, you’ll learn from the experts how to choose the best hot tub, features, and accessories to
wellness vision. You’ll find tips on how to integrate your home spa into your active lifestyle and
it as a
tool for continued good health. You’ll also discover the many benefits of hydrotherapy as a
fitness routine, and the ways immersion helps to relieve stress, pain, and tension. Taking steps to
overall home spa experience has never been simpler.
If you’re looking for an easy-to-maintain, cutting-edge spa with
sustainable hot tub
features that will save you money, and powerful jets for the best hydrotherapy massage, Caldera
model designed for you. With passionate hot-tubbers behind our research and development, and
dealers providing exceptional shopping experiences to our customers, you’re in good hands with
you’re interested in transformation your way, you’ve come to the right place.
Traditionally, hot tub owners have needed to add bottled or powdered chlorine to their hot tub water at frequent intervals in order to keep the water clean. Modern salt water hot tubs, in contrast, generate chlorine automatically, eliminating the need to manually add chemicals to your spa.
High-quality hot tubs rarely have pump issues, but when they do, repair is typically the answer—not necessarily buying a new hot tub. If one day you discover that your pump is making a strange noise or not working at all, you can likely troubleshoot the problem on your own. Often, the pump is fine, but
No matter how hard you try, you’ll still get dirt, sand and other debris settling on the bottom of your hot tub. Some of it gets carried in by the the wind and some on the bottoms of feet. The rest appears purely by magic. Poof! There it is. For a while, I kept trying
Yes, winter is coming. It’s that time of year when the leaves are off the trees and water turns into solid chunks. Yet, winter can be the best time of the year to use your hot tub. It allows you to enjoy natural light, fresh air and the beauty of the winter months from the
Research allows us to open doors to show the world the benefits of hot tub use. The next time you’re negotiating with yourself about your fitness routine remember just a quick 20-30-minute dip counts as exercise…and so much more.