Taking care of your hot tub in winter
There are several factors that you should consider when buying an inflatable hot tub for the winter season, the main one being the temperature range which it can withstand. Luckily for us all inflatable hot tubs follow the same standards when being manufactured meaning the material is the same.
Inflatable hot tubs are designed to withstand a temperature range from 40 to 104 degreesFahrenheit, do if you live in an area where the temperature drops below 40 or above 104, then you should ideally refrain from using it.
However, this doesn’t mean you can’t use your inflatable hot tub in the winter, you just have to work around it. Here are some solutions to consider: –
- Enclosed Shed
- Unused Garage
- Spare room in the house
Be sure to always read the instructions in the manual for best practices as advice my vary between manufacturer. Where ever you store your inflatable hot tub you need to ensure the temperature does not drop below 40F. If the temperature does fall below 40F you risk the heater and pump freezing which may cause permanent damage.
If you look after inflatable hot tub you will have no problems in the winter. Take good care of it, use the spa cleaner, change the filter cartridges and keep the water warm as frozen water could damage your hut tub. Also ensure you place your inflatable hot tun on a smooth flat surface to avoid damage to the underneath.