Does Water Quality Really Matter?
As you learn more about your Wellis® spa, it can be tempting to ask the question, “Does water quality really matter?” In short, yes, the water quality of your hot tub does matter for several reasons. But the good news is that caring for the water in your Wellis spa does not have to be all that complicated.
So, let’s take a moment to talk about why water care matters and some things you can do to take good care of your Wellis spa.
Water Quality Matters for Sanitary Reasons
The quality of water in your hot tub from Wellis USA matters for a couple of reasons. First of all, and most importantly, you want the water in your spa to be clean and sanitary so that your hot tub experience is not only clean and safe, but fun and enjoyable as well.
Your hot tub water care is important because you need to be certain that the water is clean for all the potential bathers who might enjoy your spa. That means that you’ll need to use proper chemicals to maintain your water’s chemical balance.
Along with proper hot tub chemicals, each Wellis hot tub is equipped with a specific kind of sanitization system that is meant to clean, disinfect, and sanitize your water. You still need regular chemical maintenance, but your Wellis spa is also doing some water care along with you.
Properly balanced water is clean and clear, which makes for an excellent hot tub experience.
Hot Tub Longevity
The other big reason that your Wellis hot tub water quality matters is because it impacts the functionality of the mechanical parts of your spa. Over time, the more your hot tub’s filtration system has to work hard because of debris or particulates in the water, the more taxing it is on your equipment.
Maintaining proper water care with the right chemicals and cleaning schedule means that your filtration system and pumps will last longer over time. So water quality really does matter for the overall functionality of your Wellis spa.
Water Care for Your Wellis Hot Tub
Luckily, maintaining your hot tub water’s chemistry is not all that complicated. We recommend checking your hot tub water’s chemical balance at least once a week. The process is simple, and you can use test strips at home. From there, you can add chemicals as needed to your water. And best practice says you should drain and replace your hot tub water once every three months or so.
If you’re not interested in maintaining your hot tub water yourself, you can seek professional services from a local spa expert. Some Wellis hot tub dealers also offer spa care, or you can find another reputable source for spa care near you.
However you decide to maintain your hot tub water, the important thing is to prioritize your water care so that your spa experience is the best that it can be.
Find a Wellis Hot Tub
If you’re already the proud owner of a luxury European spa from Wellis USA, then you now know why water quality really does matter. If you’re looking to join the ranks of happy Wellis spa owners, then it’s time to find a dealer near you and choose the perfect spa for your needs. Get started on the process today, so you can enjoy your very own Wellis hot tub all year long.