Hot Tubs & Safety

Family Keeping Safe Inside A Hot Tub

HOT TUBS & SAFETY

YOUR SAFETY IS
OUR TOP PRIORITY

While certainly there are a lot of safety concerns associated with hot tubs, they are nothing that can’t be alleviated with proper education and safe practices. We’ve compiled a list of dangers, concerns and considerations regarding hot tub operation and use. If you need further assistance or additional information, please contact our customer support team today.

HOT TUB & SPA SAFETY

Dangers, concerns and considerations regarding hot tub operation and use.

Electrical Installation/Repairs

If you are not a certified electrical expert, leave repairs and installation to an electrician.

Electricity & Water

Do not handle any electrical device when you have been in contact with water or are wet.

User Safety

Always hot tub with a buddy. Both children and adults can drown in a hot tub.

Guest Safety

You are responsible for the safety of guests, visitors and pets in and around the hot tub. Make sure you educate people with the rules of usage and take necessary precautions.

Maintenance

Follow the proper maintenance procedures, like changing filters and cleaning to keep your hot tub sanitary, safe and in proper working order.

Drugs & Alcohol

The effects of drugs and alcohol can be amplified with the hot water, so use precaution and consult with your doctor.

Jets & Ports

Keep fingers, toes, and hair away from jets and other holes in the tub to prevent injury.

Hot Tub Cover

Cover and lock your hot tub when not in use to hinder children, pets and debris from entering.

Pets

It is not recommended that pets soak in the hot tub as it is dangerous for them and harmful for the tub.

Young Children

Young children, specifically under 5 years of age, should have limited, if any, hot tub exposure. All children must have adult supervision.

Pregnant Women

Pregnant women should avoid or limit hot tub exposure, as it can harm the fetus. A warm bath is a better alternative.

Soaking Time

Limit soaking time to 15 minutes. Extended soaking at high temperatures can raise body temperature to an unsafe level.

Spa Temperature

The temperature should be no hotter than 104°F.