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Hello Hot Tub Owners,
Although the weather has not been great throughout the midwest, Springtime is here. If you have not done a drain and refill on your hot tub yet, soon would be a good time.
Remember, a spa should be drained and filled three times a year.
Optimal timing for all three would be: early spring, middle of the summer, and late fall. That way the weather should be temperate during this minor maintenance.
When you do a fresh fill, you can add the 'Metal Control' while the spa is filling. Once filled, adjust your PH accordingly, then add Sani Chlor (chlorine), and Spa Shock. Please always allow time in between adding chemicals. This lets the chemicals dissolve and dissipate properly, for maximum effectiveness and safety.
It's also a good idea to leave the spa open when you add chlorine or shock. This allows any vapors to escape, and due to the oxidizing shock, keeps your tub fresh and smelling great!
Please feel free to bring in a water sample to any of our stores. We will be happy to test your water for free. We can then also answer any questions you may have .
Milestones, Honors, and Industry First
Innovation Has Always Been at Our Core
Jacuzzi believes baths and spas are about more than just hot water, so we provide high-performance products that celebrate water’s ability to refresh and rejuvenate in inspiring ways. Our product innovations are sparked by consumer insights and needs and we constantly strive to deliver experiences that enable you to transition to a better state of mind and body.
The History of Jacuzzi
Some names are so legendary that they seem to be a part of our lives. Jacuzzi, the most widely recognized name in whirlpool and hot tub hydrotherapy, is first and foremost an illustrious family name. The Jacuzzi brothers started a tradition of innovation in the field of aviation and agriculture, and actually gave rise to a new industry with their home hydrotherapy products. At Jacuzzi you will feel at home from the moment you step into a showroom, and for years to come as you enjoy your hot tub.
Seven brothers – pioneers in design and engineering
Inventive, hard-working, and family-oriented, the Jacuzzi family came to the United States in the early 1900s from Europe. Making their mark in aviation with the construction of the first enclosed-cabin monoplane, they later turned their attention to water systems and pumps in California’s orange groves. In 1925, the brothers revolutionized the agricultural industry by creating the first submersible pump.
Hydraulic lead to hydrotherapy
When a young Jacuzzi family member was stricken with rheumatoid arthritis, the brothers, already experts in hydraulics, designed an aerating pump that could be submerged in a bathtub to provide pain-relieving hydrotherapy treatments. The J-300, a portable pump, became a celebrated invention of the era. With the power to transform any normal bath into a relaxing and rejuvenation hydro therapeutic spa, the J-300 hot tub started a niche market. In doing so, it started Jacuzzi on the road to becoming a household name.
Innovative jets start an industry
In 1968, third-generation family member Roy Jacuzzi took the portable hydrotherapy pump to the next level. Having worked in the family business since he was a teenager, Roy Jacuzzi created and marketed the world’s first integrated whirlpool bath, the “Roman.” The key to the Roman was the incorporation of innovative therapy jets into the sides of the tub. His patented jets produced a unique 50/50 air-to-water ratio. Jacuzzi uses this same air-to-water ratio today to provide a spa experience you won’t find anywhere else. With the support of family members, Roy was instrumental in creating a whole new industry. The brand Jacuzzi became forever imprinted in our minds.
The first hot tubs built for families
In 1970, Jacuzzi invented larger hot tubs to accommodate groups of people. Incorporating heating and filtration systems to keep the water warm and clean, these self-contained family-size “spas” were unique. For the first time in modern history, anyone could indulge in a relaxing and invigorating spa treatment with friends and family in their own homes.
Hot tubs to fit the active lifestyle
During the 1980s Jacuzzi focused on enhancing the home spa experience, introducing models that worked as hot tubs, whirlpool baths, or both. The models incorporated soothing waterfalls and could be installed indoors or out, turning the backyard into a favorite place to relax and entertain family and friends
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs become part of the family backyard
In the early 90s Roy Jacuzzi was inducted into the National Kitchen & Bath Hall of Fame, recognized for his many contributions in the innovation of hydrotherapy for home use. Jacuzzi was the first company to promote the concept that a backyard hot tub could be as “entertaining” as a barbeque grill or lap pool. The Jacuzzi design and engineering teams responded to modern consumer trends by offering more energy-saving hot tubs, in more colors, and with more optional features than ever before.
Award-winning Jacuzzi Hot Tubs sold worldwide
The Jacuzzi brand of hot tubs is manufactured by Jacuzzi Hot Tubs, the world’s largest manufacturer of acrylic spas. In addition to the first whirlpool bath patent, Jacuzzi Inc. has over 250 worldwide patents for advancements in pump systems, jet technology, air controls and product design. The ongoing commitment to innovative product development ensures Jacuzzi’s leadership position in the industry, and sets the standard for quality and value the world over.
Although not all spas are created equally, it is a fact that all portable spas have four primary components: the shell, the plumbing, the cabinet & the power system. Viking believes that the greatness of the individual parts is what make the greatness of the whole spa. That is why they focus on using only the best components, made exclusively in the USA to know that their spa will provide the therapy and dependability that customers demand.
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