Is something not functioning quite right with your hot tub? It may require service or repair, but it can be hard to tell if the issue is something to worry about or not. That’s why our experts have gathered some of the most-common signs that your hot tub requires service or repair. If you have any questions or are unsure if your hot tub is safe to operate or enjoy, contact our hot tub service department right away. One of our spa technicians will gladly assist you and bring your spa back to life.
For now, let’s take a closer look at the top signs that your hot tub needs service or repair.
Hot water is one of the many things that make using a hot tub so enjoyable. If that water doesn’t remain hot or can’t rise in temperature in general, you may have a problem on your hands. After making a change to the temperature in your spa, give the system about 12-24 hours to make the change.
If the temperature in your hot tub will not regulate, there may be an issue with your heating system, circulation system or another internal error. In this case, you most definitely will need an expert to inspect and diagnose your spa, to ensure that the right repair is performed.
Nothing says relaxation like the swirling water and massaging-action of the hydrotherapy jets within your hot tub. If you turn the jets on and nothing happens, you may have a larger issue on your hands. Still water can be a result of any number of things, from an electrical error to a broken jet or a problem with the circulation system.
If the jets inside your hot tub simply aren’t working, contact our hot tub service department in West Sussex today.
Nothing can ruin a hot tub session quite like unsanitary water. While it is recommended that hot tub maintenance be performed on a regular basis, including hot tub filter cleaning and changes, water testing, balancing with chemicals, and changing the water every three to four months, sometimes the water can still become dirty.
If the water in your hot tub has an odour or is green, foamy or cloudy, follow these steps:
- Use a test kit to determine the levels within your spa
- Shock your hot tub with a chlorine shock
- Treat with water care products per your test kit results
- Continue to treat with products for five to seven days
- Drain the water, clean your spa and then refill the tub
- Clean or replace the filter as needed
- Treat with water care products and wait a few days
If the problem continues, contact the hot tub repair and service department at Euphoria Lifestyle.
Make the most of your home and garden with the addition of a hot tub. We have a wide selection of Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs for sale, along with the hot tub supplies that can complete the installation. With help from our trusted hot tub service department, you can enjoy your spa for many years to come. If you find any of the above signs familiar, you may require hot tub repair. If so, give Euphoria Lifestyle in West Sussex a call today or visit our showroom. One of our experts would be delighted to assist you.