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Hot Tub Servicing

Our service packages are not intended to repair a faulty hot tub, but to deep clean, test and make your hot tub a clean & safe place to relax in.

Without regular care and maintenance, your tub’s complex pipe-work will eventually develop a build-up of dirt and debris commonly referred to as bio-film that contains parasites, viruses, bacteria and mould – all of which are extremely difficult to remove. Simply draining and re-filling your spa will not tackle the build up of contaminants within the pipe work. Having your hot tub serviced at least annually will dramatically help towards keeping your hot tub an appealing place to be, giving you the peace of mind that there is nothing nasty lurking in the water and that each of the electrical components have been tested and are working safely.

Our standard service options are listed below, please contact us to arrange your service.

 Drain & FillValet ServiceFull Service
Remove & Chemically Treat Filters
Remove & Clean Headrests*
Full Flush Treatment
Full Drain Down
Removal Of All Residual Water
Clean Jet Internals
Clean Cabinet & Panels
Clean & UV Protect Spa Cover
Acrylic Waterline Cleaned
Inspection Of Heater Tube & Terminals
All Pumps Seals Inspected For Signs Of Leakage
Installation Of New Heater Tube Seals*
Filter/Circulation Impeller Inspected
Rinse & Re-fit Filters
All Plumbing Unions Tightened
Fresh Spa Water Replenishment
Water Chemistry Shock Treatment
All Pump Air Locks Removed
Ozone Function Check
Air Controller Function Check
All Valves Checked
Water Diverter Function Checked*
Complete Spa Running Function Test
Check & Adjust Spa Time Function*
Electrical Component Check
Full Electrical Check For All Components

Above prices apply to the listed service when the location is within a 25 mile radius from B78 3HP.
Outside this area additional mileage fees apply. Please contact us for more information when outside this area.

Shut Down / Rise & Shine

The evenings are getting lighter, the frost has gone and you are starting to remember that you enjoy spending time in your garden. Now is the best time to start up your hot tub after a winterisation.

We personally believe that the best time of the year to use a hot tub is in the cold season, however some of our customers shut down their spas over the winter months, solely draining and turning off your hot tub can result in issues. It is important to fully winterise a hot tub to ensure that damage arising from freezing conditions and poor weather is prevented. Winterising your hot tub correctly will give the best protection during the period your spa is shut down.

Shut Down

  • Safely shut down for long or cold periods
  • Remove and chemically treat filters
  • Full Biofilm eliminator flush
  • Acrylic waterline cleaned
  • Full drain down
  • Removal of all residual water from system
  • Power isolated
  • Disconnection of plumping unions*
  • Cling wrap cover

Rise & Shine

  • Awakening a sleeping tub
  • Re-connect unions
  • Acrylic waterline cleaned
  • Rinse and re-fit filters
  • Clean and UV protect spa cover
  • Fresh spa water replacement
  • Water chemistry shock treatment
  • Complete spa running function test
  • Check and adjust spa time function*

A full report will be completed during the service and any advisory points will be highlighted. Your service technician will always raise any advisory points with you and suggest the best course of action. A copy of the service report will be left for your records.

Prior to attending the site

Please ensure that your hot tub is full prior to our attendance. We need the hot tub full as we will chemically treat this water to flush through the pipework. We will then drain that water ready for us to re fill with fresh.

We will require access to normal plug in power to allow us to operate our tooling.

We will need access to the main power switch for the hot tub; this is normally known as the RCD and is not the isolation switch located outside.

We will need access to a water supply to use for filling the spa; we generally also request that a hose pipe is available.

Conditions for services

The labour allocation for any service will be one technician. In the event that two should arrive on site you will only be charged as quoted. On occasions when more than one technician visits site this is normally due to training or the need for more than one technician on a previous or later service visit during that day.

The inclusive price of any service is to undertake the listed actions as stated by service. The standard allotted time for this any service is up to 3 hours. Any significant time needed over this time may be charged for. For this reason we ask that you inform us of any potential issues that you may feel we could benefit from knowing, such as restricted space, gazebo surrounds or difficult location. This information will allow us to provide you with a more detailed quotation for any non-standard works that may be required.

We will where possible remove and clean each jet internal, due to materials deteriorating over time some jets may either be, non-removable or removal of them may cause damage. We will always do our best to avoid this and will highlight this to you; however jet internals that need replacing due to deterioration will be chargeable.

We will need access to a water supply to use for filling the spa; we generally also request that a hose pipe is available.