Tips for usage - Skargards Hot Tubs
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Tips for warming up a hot tub
The special thing about a wood-fired hot tub is not only the bathing experience itself, but also the way it is warmed up. Instead of just pressing a button, the water is brought up to temperature thanks to a wood-fired stove. But what is the best way to go about the heating process?
Tips on how to use a wood-fired hot tub at sub-zero temperatures
There is something uniquely satisfying about a warm outdoor soak in winter. Frosty temperatures create a delightful contrast to the warmth and comfort of a hot tub, allowing you to admire the white landscape to the sound of the fire crackling. That being said, there are a few things to consider when using a wood-fired hot tub in winter.
Tips on how to use a wood-fired hot tub the traditional way
Your wood-fired hot tub is finally sitting in your garden, bringing with it the promise many relaxing hours. The basic concept is simple yet unique: fire it up, jump in and relax, all without any technical bells and whistles. Electricity isn’t required, so it’s not surprising that many customers use the hot tub in the same way they would take a bath in their home. It is filled with fresh water and drained the following day, an approach that is becoming more popular thanks to its advantages.
Tips on how to keep water clean with a filtration system
Most customers use the hot tub like a bathtub: fill it before each use and then empty it. Some decide to leave the water in the hot tub for several weeks, in which case it should be fitted with a filtration system.