Having a backyard spa comes with a lot of benefits, but there is also a lot of responsibility. If you want to be able to use your spa regularly and avoid costly repairs, you will need to ensure that your spa is properly maintained and cared for. While it is possible for you to take care of your spa on your own, it can be time consuming. One simple solution is to hire a professional spa service such as Anchor Pools & Spas to take care of your spa. Choosing the right spa service will make you life much easier and ensure that your spa is always in excellent condition. Continue reading to learn more about what you can expect from your weekly spa service:
Both inground and above ground spas can accumulate dirt, leaves, twigs, and other debris, especially after a storm or high winds. A weekly spa service will remove all debris in your spa in order to ensure that it is clean and that there is no debris that can clog your spa's filter. Having debris that has blown into your spa removed regularly will keep the interior of your spa in good condition and help preserve the water condition.
Just like a swimming pool, a spa relies on a variety of chemicals to keep the water clear and clean. Balancing the chemicals in a spa may seem easy in theory, but it can take some skills and expertise to keep things just right. An experienced pool and spa technician will test your spa's water every week to see what the chemical levels are. If the water tests show any issues, you can count on your spa service to make adjustments to the chemicals and ensure that the proper balance is restored.
A spa's filter plays a major role in keeping a spa clean and ensuring that the water is always ready to relax in. However, since a spa filter is constantly removing dirt, dust, and other things, it can become quite dirty itself. In order for a spa to operate properly, it is very important to keep the spa filter clean. When you have a weekly spa service, your pool and spa technician will remove your spa's filter, completely clean it, and put it back into place. Doing this will help prevent a variety of spa issues that can result in green water or algae growth on the interior of your spa.Share