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  • Which is better: chlorine or bromine?
    Both chlorine and bromine act as oxidizers for your hot tub water and will keep it clean as long as you maintain the appropriate levels.Chlorine is stronger and therefore does a better job, but if you have sensitive skin then bromine may be the better choice for your hot tub.
  • What are some of the benefits of hydrotherapy?
    Artesian Spas have specifically directed jets of water that can benefit every part of the body, including the skeletal, respiratory, circulatory, neuromuscular and digestive systems. Our new H2O PowerFlow Jets and our Patented Helix Jets provide a truly remarkable hydrotherapy massage.
  • What kinds of wonderful massages will I get?
    Hydrotherapy involves the use of water to aid in pain relief and maintain health. Every body is different, which is why we provide a wide variety of jet options. Treat yourself to the ultimate foot massage with our highly therapeutic Footblaster Jets. Feel the tension in your neck and shoulders melt away while you enjoy the Neck Jets. And for a more powerful massage, experience our Helix & Hydro Extreme Jets.Unlike the use of medications and prescription sleep aids, the circulation and warmth of each Artesian Spa can help encourage the body to unwind and relax on its own. This can lead to better restful sleep.
  • Do you offer at home spa site inspections?
    Yes! We will come out and take a look for no charge and answer all your questions about planning for your new hot tub!
  • What other costs should I be aware of when Installing a hot tub?
    Two additional costs to consider are first, the base for the hot tub and second, the electrical work. The base has to be solid and level and the best choice is always gravel. For the hot tub base alone it does not have to be anything extravagant. The electrical wiring is an additional cost as that is determined by the distance from your panel to the hot tub. Most electrical jobs are between roughly $1500. Call us for questions and more information on hiring an electrician- we know some pretty great ones and we will help you every step of the way! Give us a call!
  • How much does it cost to maintain a hot tub?
    Our general rule of thumb is averaging 15- 20 buckaroos a month, but there are many variables like location, average temperatures in your state, is the spa inside or outside, etc.
  • How long should my spa cover last?
    The lifespan of a cover depends on many things: the usage and maintenance of the spa, direct sunlight, chemical build up, and extreme weather conditions. Generally, though the covers last 5-8 years.
  • Do you service other used hot tubs?
    Yes! All makes and models! Call us! We love meeting new customers! Set up an appointment by filling out a contact form or call us during regular business hours. 503.364.TUBS (8827)
  • How does a hot tub cover lifter work?
    One of the very best add-ons to any hot tub is a hot tub cover lifter. A lifter assists with the removal and replacement of your hot tub cover. A lifter makes it easy for one person to lift and remove the cover.There are many hot tub lifter styles and your choice of style will be dictated by your hot tub, space, and personal preference.
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