Many people decide not to buy a hot tub because they are worried about maintenance and upkeep. However, maintaining a hot tub is much easier than you think. At Watson’s, we offer cleaning and water filtration supplies to ensure that your hot tub is disinfected and ready for use.
The terms hot tub and jacuzzi are often used interchangeably however, there are a few key differences between them.
When looking for a hot tub at Watson’s, it is important to know exactly what you are looking for. It can take time to find the perfect hot tub as they vary in size, features, and price.
Our Hot Spring spas specialize in hydrotherapy and massage features. Some of these features include jets that are rotating and directional to give the ultimate leisurely and relaxing experience. Massage the stress of the day away and refresh your skin with our up-to-date spa technology.
Deciding where to put your hot tub is an essential aspect of planning. Hot tubs are suitable for indoor and outdoor installations. The location of your hot tub depends on personal preference, the amount of space you are working with, and whether or not the area has proper ventilation.
Your health and safety are our No. 1 concern, and proper use of chemicals will help you keep your hot tub safe.
Your hot tub is a relaxing oasis that offers peace, quiet, and a sanctuary away from a world that is all too hectic. While the hot tub is great on its own, you can elevate your pool and spa experience with the help of hot tub accessories.
Below are 7 of our favorite spa accessories, broken down by type.
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.