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Water Testing With Epic Hot Tubs

Epic Hot Tubs is here to help with all you water testing and maintenance needs.

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The team at Epic Hot Tubs will soon be able to test your hot tub, swim spa or swimming pool water and help to properly maintain the chemical levels.

With our SpinTouch water testing stations, get an accurate, detailed water report within minutes. This report will give you an analysis of your water as well as recommendations for chemicals and balancers to add.

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Hot Tub Sanitizers 101 Guide

If you're not a fan of chlorine or bromine, some things can be added to reduce the amounts of chemical sanitizer needed. Learn More!

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How Often Should I Test My Hot Tub Water Quality?

Keep your hot tub safe, healthy, and clean with these guidelines on how often you should test your hot tub water quality.

Hot Tub Chemicals Guide for First-Time Spa Owners

To have clean water in the tub you will need to spend some time maintaining it with the proper chemicals. Learn more!

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The Importance of Water Testing

Properly testing and treating the water in your hot tub is the most important step in hot tub maintenance. Water that has not been balanced can cause skin irritations or dryness. Imbalance can also lead to equipment damage or scale buildup on your hot tub itself, which can lead to expensive repairs.

If done regularly, water maintenance should be quick and easy. We recommend checking your water weekly or if a problem arises.

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Have More Questions About Water Testing?

Contact the team at Epic Hot Tubs by calling  919-444-8500 or filling out the form below!

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