Protect your investment and your health with regular hot tub cleaning.
Utilizing a hot tub for its therapeutic benefits is one of the best reasons to have one. However, like any appliance in your home, proper care is necessary for optimal and safe performance, as well as extending its life. Hot tub cleaning is an important part of maintenance that should never be overlooked. If you’d rather spend your time in your hot tub rather than cleaning it, turn to us at Cayman Pool & Spa. Our professional hot tub cleaning services will help you prevent problems or having an unsafe experience due to bacteria and other contaminants in your hot tub water.
We offer hot tub cleaning in the Cornelius, North Carolina area with more than 10 years of experience to ensure quality results. You can have peace of mind that your hot tub investment is protected, and you won’t suffer any ill effects when you spend time in your hot tub. During a cleaning visit, we can also inspect your hot tub to determine if any repairs or other maintenance measures should be taken and advise you of our findings.
We can set you up on a hot tub cleaning schedule that best suits your needs, considering the size of your hot tub and the usage frequency. We’ll go over any steps you should take between visits, such as using testing strips to determine the chemical levels and watching for signs of a problem. Although your schedule may differ, a common policy is weekly water testing and adjustments, monthly filter and hot tub cover cleaning, as well as draining and changing the water every 4 to 6 months. Your hot tub should get a full maintenance check no less than annually.
We’ll help you keep your hot tub a safe and enjoyable haven for recuperating after a long day’s work or other strenuous activity. If you have any questions about hot tub cleaning or would like to get started with regular service, give us a call.
At Cayman Pool & Spa, we offer hot tub cleaning services in Mooresville, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Harrisburg, Huntersville, Kannapolis, Statesville, Troutman, and the Lake Norman area of North Carolina.