Colwood Hot Tub Maintenance

Hot tubs are a symbol of rest and relaxation. A soak in a tub can be part of a spa day, a way to ease sore muscles after a long day, contribute to curb appeal and act as a great place to host guests. With so many ways to enjoy a hot tub, it is easy to forget about the hard work that comes along with them. From regular care and cleaning, draining and system refreshes, there is always something to do. Instead of sacrificing your evenings and weekends, call Puddle for your Colwood hot tub maintenance.

It is easy to overlook a chemical application here and there, or forget to vacuum out spa water. While this doesn’t seem like a big deal, even a bit of neglect can lead to serious issues in a water system. You wouldn’t swim in someone else’s bath water but without regular cleaning, spa water isn’t much different. When you want the best results for your tub, trust an expert for your routine pool care, deep cleans, seasonal treatments and one-time service calls.

Hot Tub Cleaning in Colwood: What to Know

DIY hot tub cleanings might seem like a cost effective way to maintain a system but an amateur approach can end up doing more harm than good. Using harsh chemicals, for example, can strip away protective coatings. Instead of settling for an amateur approach and risking disaster, trust an expert who understands the best way to handle hot tubs.

Keeping Water Clean: Basic test strips might be able to test the water in your hot tub but they do not provide a step-by-step guide to balancing. In order to keep water crystal clear, it is important to monitor pH levels, total alkalinity, as well as sanitizers like chlorine or bromine. Hot tub water is housed in a damp, dark, covered space which is the ideal space for algae and bacteria. This is what makes maintaining water chemistry and balance so important.

Managing Debris: Unlike a swimming pool, hot tubs can’t accommodate regular vacuums to suck up debris. Floating skimmer baskets are able to trap floating debris but sunken items are harder to get rid of. Speciality vacuums can suck up unwanted items from seats and flooring but they come at a cost, both for initial purchases and for the time you need to spend operating them. Regular cleanings remove all unwanted items, clean out skimmer baskets and inspect spa filters to make sure that they are not overloaded.

Cleaning Pool Equipment: In addition to treating water, it is important to care for all of the equipment involved in keep your spa running. If there is algae growth or bacteria sitting on your hot tub cover, putting it back over newly cleaned water will contaminate it again in no time. Hot tub filters will also need to be removed, cleaned and replaced regularly. High pressure and heavy scrubbing might seem like the best way to clean filters but this can actually result in unexpected damage. When you want to keep your filter cleaner, covers in great shape and your shells shining, call a Puddle Pro.

Deep Cleans: Even with routine cleanings, there will come a point when you will need to perform a full drain and clean to get rid of hidden bacteria. Over time, bacteria, algae and mildew can build up in plumbing lines and internal mechanisms. Just draining water and turning systems on can push these contaminants back into water, making it dirty again in no time. Puddle technicians have developed a system to treat components from inside, out. Specialized chemical treatments clean out plumbing lines, making it possible to drain the water and all of the unwanted materials with it.

Puddle Pool Services: The Best Results For Your Hot Tub Care

No one understands the needs of your water system like an experienced pool technician. After years in the industry, our specialists have seen and done it all. In addition to anticipating and meeting the needs of hot tubs at any time of year, Puddle technicians are able to do the same for our clients. By creating custom treatment schedules, our teams can treat hot tubs of all sizes, around all property types.

As a homeowner, you are more than likely only responsible for a small number of people using your system. As a landlord, you are obligated to keep the water level up and maintain a sanitary space. Commercial spaces are required to manage high traffic systems, often with multiple treatments per week. Puddle technicians are highly trained and experienced and are fully insured to protect pools and surrounding areas, while providing peace of mind.

Free Pool Services Quote

Request a free quote and we'll get back to you right away

Puddle Pools

So Why Puddle?


Transparent Pricing

That's Right. No Hidden Prices. Up Front and Straight Forward Pricing.



Your Service Sent in an E-Report, in Real Time. What Was Done, What Chemicals Were Used, What Your Levels Are At etc. All With Before & After Pictures, Time Stamped In and Time Stamped Out.


Happy Snappy Techs

Fully Uniformed Technicians, Fully Wrapped Vehicles. Happy, Snappy People Work Here!

Thank you for your contact form submission