If you do not plan to use your spa this winter, the tub must be winterized in order to prevent ice damage to equipment and pipes. Just draining the spa will not do! All spa lines, equipment, and the blower channel must be blown out with air pressure to insure that no water is left in the spa. Also, thermal hard covers will not withstand the weight of wet snow. Your spa should be covered with a protective spa winter cover and an inflated pillow or bucket placed under it so that rain and snow will run off it during the winter months. During heavy snowfall the cover may need to be cleared of snow by hand.

Protect your investment and avoid costly spring repairs by calling us for your spa winterization appointment. Our winterizings guarantee against any damage to PVC pipes, PVC fittings, manifolds, or other parts due to freezing.

Hot Tub Specialists does not take any responsibility for other service problems that may develop over the winter which are not due to freezing. Please check for any opened or loose valves when re-opening the spa in the Spring.