The sizzle and pop of a thick, juicy T-bone steak… the sweet crunch of corn grilled-in-the-husk… the charcoal stench of burnt chicken permanently stuck to the grill…
If you already own a hot tub or you’re familiar with maintaining one, you’re probably familiar with traditional chlorination to keep the spa water clean and bacteria-free. This method works well, and it’s been keeping spas fresh and inviting for decades.
This is a common enough question. And, like so many questions involving pool water maintenance, the answer is, “it depends.”
The swim spa is the perfect hybrid of the traditional swimming pool and the home spa — a complete solution for aquatic relaxation and fitness in a space saving and versatile design. For anyone who wants the best of both water-borne worlds, a swim spa is the ultimate home entertainment investment.
Unless you’re using a salt water generator, you’re probably well aware of your swimming pool’s need for chlorine. You can add chlorine in liquid form, in granules, or in compressed tablets that can be placed in a floating delivery system or added to some filters.